Ambitious mission to rendezvous with an asteroid and return regolith samples to Earth enters exciting new phase.
In this VPMC, NASA systems engineers illustrated how they successfully applied their habits to their project work and how others might develop their project management competencies.
NASA developed and instituted an independent technical authority process after the Space Shuttle Columbia accident occurred. The technical authority model is designed to develop policy and procedural requirements and standards for program and project management when applicable and appropriate.
Realizing each team member had to become familiar with each discipline’s processes in order to increase productivity for the entire team is one of the key lessons learned from the disposition of International Space Station hardware when the Space Shuttle Program ended.
NASA’s probe mission quantified the toxic atmosphere of Venus, Earth’s closest planetary neighbor.
NASA announces partnerships to push promising technologies past the tipping point with a combined $44 million investment.
The program manager of Orion discusses the project’s challenges and lessons learned in our Virtual Project Management Challenge.
NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge drives innovation in technologies needed to autonomously print habitats on other planets.
In addition to exploring how the work of ARMD positively impacts the American public, we looked specifically at the challenges, accomplishments, and lessons learned of the ERA project and ARMD’s Airspace Technology Demonstrations (ATD) project.