NASA’s launch and re-entry of its Orion space capsule proved the vehicle might safely carry people into deep space. Someday. But when? That’s the question NASA faces as it tries to meet ambitious deadlines with limited funds. A big challenge is developing the vehicle, the rocket necessary to launch it past the moon and the ground station support so they’re all ready at the same time. The Government Accountability Office has been on top of this. Christina Chaplain, the director of acquisition and sourcing management issues at GAO, joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin to examine the agency’s findings.