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Computational fluid dynamics-generated simulation of a GE-90 aircraft engine.


PEOPLE: ASSOCIATE ADMINISTRATOR AWARDS
Technology and Innovation
Exemplary performance by an individual or group that results in significant unique or innovative technical research concepts and technologies that position ARMD, NASA, and the aeronautics community and industry for success in addressing national challenges. This category would also include test and evaluation contributions.

Leadership and Management Excellence
Exemplary performance by an individual in leading and managing people in the formulation and accomplishment of disciplined research in the field of aeronautics, demonstrating leadership qualities that invite collaboration and foster dedication to team excellence. Leaders of ARMD-related research activities take action to allow others to grow and foster a sense of pride and accomplishment in achieving the mission of ARMD.

Program and Mission Support
Exemplary performance by an individual or group to provide non-technical mission support to aeronautics research programs, projects, and related activities that significantly improves and streamlines the efficiency and effectiveness of operations. This could be in functions typically associated with the NASA Mission Support Directorate (procurement, HR, policy/evaluation, etc.), or other support activities such as resources management, IT, legal counsel, communications, education, legislative affairs, administrative support, etc. These efforts enable the successful completion and advancement of significant program goals that otherwise may not have been achieved without such support.

High Potentials Award
Exemplary performance by an individual student, intern, or someone in the first 5 years of their federal service career that have made significant contributions to the advancement of aeronautics research and that have clearly demonstrated high potential in their abilities and skills in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and/or Math. They have actively and positively contributed to addressing technical challenges and to the overall mission of NASA.

Strategic Partnerships
Exemplary performance by an individual to establish or strengthen strategic partnerships with non-NASA entities which leverage emerging capabilities within the U.S. and abroad to significantly impact and advance the achievement of aeronautics research and development goals and objectives, generate robust and timely knowledge transfer, and strengthen trust and credibility with U.S. and foreign partners. For example, these efforts could result in significantly increased quality of NASA Research Announcements or other collaborative agreements.



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