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3 days ago

AST, Technical Management – new

National Aeronautics & Space Administration Washington, DC

This position is located at Langley Research Center (LaRC) in the Independent Program Assessment Office (IPAO), Office of Evaluation (OoE), NASA… Experteer

4 days ago

Engineering Cost Analyst

National Aeronautics & Space Administration Greenbelt, MD

The Cost Modeling and Analysis Estimating Office (Code 158) is seeking an expert Engineering Cost Analyst to perform costing assessment for missions… Experteer

7 days ago


National Aeronautics & Space Administration Florida

NASA is looking for an exceptional attorney who possesses the talents, experience, commitment, and enthusiasm to assure mission success as the nation… Experteer

2 days ago

Medical Officer (Occupational Medicine) – new

National Aeronautics & Space Administration Greenbelt, MD

The Management Operations Directorate, Medical and Environmental Management Division (Code 250) seeks a highly skilled medical professional to serve… Experteer

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NASA NASA Administrator Charles F. Bolden, Jr.
Charles F. Bolden, Jr.
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    Technical excitement mixed with political frustration

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    Current Employee - Engineering in Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Engineering in Houston, TX

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    The work accomplished at NASA is extremely unique and unmatched to a large degree. It isn't very hard to find work which is both interesting and unique. The job positions are very stable and the benefits are good.


    The yearly budget cycle in Washington DC messes with the organization. Projects can be impacted from a cost and schedule perspective merely because the Congress hasn't acted. Also, the promotion path is geared heavily away from technical areas. Technical promotion paths are difficult to establish and pursue. Pay could be better.

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    Keep technical excellence in house. Don't contract away the younger generation's chance to grow in technical excellence.

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