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International Space Station: Measurable Performance Targets and Documentation Are Needed to Better Assess Management of National Laboratory
Marie Mak (au)
The U.S. has spent almost $43 billion to develop, assemble, and operate the International Space Station (ISS) over the past two decades. The National Aeronautics and Space Admin. (NASA) was required to enter into a cooperative agreement with a not-for-profit entity to manage the ISS National Lab. and in 2011 did so with the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS). CASIS is charged with maximizing use of the ISS for scientific research. Questions have arisen about the progress being made to implement these activities and the impact it has had on ISSäó»s return on the investment. This report assessed the extent to which (1) CASIS has implemented the required management activities; and (2) NASA and CASIS measure and assess CASISäó»s performance. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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