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The third round of governmentwide pulse surveys gives senior leaders tools to listen “much more” to their employees.
There are now approaches to migration that can both ease and speed the path to public sector IT modernization considerably, and to powerful effect.
Underpinning nearly NASA every activity, you’ll find research. For more, Federal News Network spoke with just two of NASA’s leading researchers, both from its renowned Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California. Dr. Jay Bookbinder is Ames’s associate director for Research and Technology; and Dr. Parimal Kopardekar is the director of the NASA Aeronautics Research Institute, or NARI.
The federal government is so big, it's hard to get your arms around it. But the Deloitte Center for Government Insights has given it a try. Its latest "government trends for 2022" observations are definitely worth reading.
Rear Admiral Ron Piret, is commander of naval meteorology and oceanography, navigator of the Navy, and hydrographer of the Navy. He described the 2600 member operation that takes care of all of the Navy's weather, oceanography and meteorology, observations and analyses.
Starting May of this year, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory will have a new permanent director.
NASA recently announced its latest selections to receive grants from its Innovative Advanced Concepts program.
Geographic information is crucial to agency missions almost everywhere. And it's especially true for the U.S. Agency for International Development.
NASA's Office of Strategic Infrastructure said yes to a new master plan for Goddard Space Flight Center that cuts building square footage by 25%.
For what's going on with round two, the program manager for NASA's Centennial Challenges, Monsi Roman returned to the Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
NASA's Flight Opportunities Program is one that helps commercial space companies work with the agency to test out their new technologies, with the hopes of being able to use them for future missions. The program just recently made nine new selections for new tech under NASA's 2021 TechFlights solicitation.
Skull and Bones, Porcellian, Tri Delta. The exclusivity of these clubs have nothing on NASA's Astronaut Corps. With the agency looking to send Earth's best and brightest into space, you can imagine just what it takes to maintain that group.
With the retirement of the Space Shuttle program, the most popular one that NASA is best known for now is it's role in the International Space Station. It has a planned retirement of 2024. To get ready for that day, NASA has committed to replacing the ISS with one or more commercially owned and operated space destinations.
What is the human capital strategy for NASA? How did NASA respond to the pandemic and keep its workforce performing? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Jane Datta, Chief Human Capital Officer, at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on next week's The Business of Government Hour.