4/9/07 - NASA Reports Released

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Researchers at the Ray Marshall Center and the IC2 Institute briefed the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Lockheed Martin, and Michoud Assembly Facility leaders on the findings and recommendations of their research on Potential Economic and Workforce Impacts on the Shuttle Program. The research has identified the impacts of Hurricane Katrina, workforce aging, and other factors on NASA’s contract workforce at Michoud and Stennis Space Center on the agency’s capacity to achieve the Space Shuttle Program’s mission by September 2010. This briefing is part of The Economic and Workforce Impacts of Hurricane Katrina and Ongoing Demographic Changes on the Space Shuttle Program. Study results will be released in the near future following a thorough review by NASA.
 
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