NASA FEDERAL LABORATORY REVIEW

The Interagency Federal Laboratory Review was initiated by the White House and includes the participation of the Department of Defense and Energy, as well as NASA. It is a broad study by the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) of ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Federal R&D; investment. The NASA Federal Laboratory Review Report was Prepared by the NASA Federal Laboratory Review (NFLR) Task Force under the NASA Advisory Council (NAC) and was submitted February 28, 1995, to the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) at the White House.

NASA Administrator Goldin has directed an evaluation of each recommendation of the NASA Federal Laboratory Review Report. Results of this evaluation will be used as input to the ongoing process of assessing Agency operations.

Material available includes the NASA Federal Laboratory Review Final Report, forwarding letter from NASA Advisory Council to the NASA Administrator, and forwarding letter from NASA Administrator to the Assistant to the President for Science and Technology.


Author: Dick Kline
Curator: Tom Folkes
Last Modified 6/30/95

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