NASA Commercial Space Program Needs Clarity: Report
Law360, New York (July 1, 2011, 5:07 PM EDT) -- In its efforts to promote commercial space flight, NASA must develop clear safety and performance requirements while taking care to avoid potential conflicts of interest, according to a Thursday report by the agency's inspector general.
NASA Inspector General Paul K. Martin said that the agency has made significant progress in working with commercial partners, awarding more than $300 million in contracts through its commercial crew development program, but still needed to finalize regulations, develop a procurement strategy and coordinate safety standards with the Federal Aviation Administration.
In the wake of the space shuttle program, which will be retired after the July...
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