Agency News: NASA


NASA's in-house talent builds cloud

NASA's technology pros played a leading role in building the agency's cloud computing environment for science and engineering applications.

Satellites, telescope worthy of funding, Senate says

The Senate Appropriations Committee approved the fiscal 2012 budget for science and technology programs.

Agencies don't account for all program costs, experts say

Auditors at GAO found that several agencies with interagency contracts and those that help with acquisitions don’t carefully account for all the costs of their programs.

Revealed: The best (and worst) agencies for launching a career

Which agency is the best place for a young fed to start?

NASA behind the curve on advanced tech, report says

Report suggests future space missions could need tech that isn't in the pipeline.

NASA laughs off comet fears

Doomsayers will have to find another end-of-the world theory, now that NASA has allayed fears about Comet Elenin -- if they believe the reassurances.

New NASA program furthers space exploration

NASA recommits to U.S. leadership in space exploration.

Agencies don't reward innovation, feds say

In a time when efficiency and effectiveness should be at a premium, federal employees don't believe their agencies reward innovation, according to a new survey.

The best of the federal blogosphere

Revitalizing farms; Fighting organized crime; Improving passenger privacy; End of an (Ice) Age.

NASA teacher workshop begins

NASA has chosen 48 teachers to participate in this summer's Simulation-Based Aerospace Engineering Teacher Professional Development Program.

Assessing the space shuttle program's tech legacy

As the space shuttle era draws to a close, we take stock of the technological gains it brought to us on Earth.

NASA lays off space shuttle workers

As the space shuttle Atlantis makes its final flight, NASA readies the pink slips.

Who's Fed 100-worthy?

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Federal 100 awards. Get the details and submit your picks!