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Pricing and recoupment policies for commercially useful technology resulting from NASA programs

Pricing and recoupment policies for commercially useful technology resulting from NASA programs

a report prepared for National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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Published by Rand in Santa Monica .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.,
  • Technology transfer.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementC. Wolf, Jr. ... [et al.], with the assistance of M. Baeza.
    Series[Report] - Rand Corporation ; R-1671-NASA
    ContributionsWolf, Charles, 1924-, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAS36 .R3 R-1671, TL521.312 .R3 R-1671
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 166 p. :
    Number of Pages166
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5250126M
    LC Control Number75322633

    support the ISS, the NASA Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) program was born. For funding, the NASA Administrator “allocated”14 a fixed $M to the program with the support of congress and the administration. In January , the $M became the “anticipated funding”15 announced in the initial solicitation for proposals. Requires federal agencies to have formal technology transfer programs Bayh-Dole Act of (P.L. ) Civil servants are subject to NASA Policy Directive B "Inventions Made by Government Employees." Foreign entities that could use NASA technology in a manner that is in conflict with our national interests.

    Pages in category "NASA programs" The following pages are in this category, out of total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().   NASA assigned nine astronauts to crew the first test flight and mission of both Boeing’s CST Starliner and SpaceX’s Crew Dragon. From left to right: Sunita Williams, Josh Cassada, Eric Boe.

    Framework National Policy for Aeronautics and Space. The National Aeronautics and Space Act of ("Space Act") established NASA and laid the foundation for our mission. It directs NASA to conduct space activities devoted to peaceful purposes for the benefit of all humankind. policies and procedures should be tailored, and selectively applied, to non-major systems consistent with their size, complexity and sensitivity. ORDER OF PRECEDENCE NMI and this Handbook rank first and second in order of precedence for providing policies and processes for managing major programs/projects, except when statutory or.


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Get this from a library. Pricing and recoupment policies for commercially useful technology resulting from NASA programs. [Charles Wolf, Jr.; Rand Corporation.; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. Pricing and Recoupment Policies for Commercially Useful Technology Resulting from NASA Programs.

Skip to page content; Objective Analysis. Effective Solutions. In addressing this and related questions, the authors evaluate six alternative pricing policies in terms of efficiency criteria and equity or distributional criteria: marginal cost Author: Charles Wolf, William R. Harris, Robert Klitgaard, J.

Nelson, John P. Stein, M. Baeza. NASA has reserved a set amount of resources intended to serve Commercial and Marketing Activities. brings you the latest images, videos and news from America's space agency. Get the latest updates on NASA missions, watch NASA TV live, and learn about our quest to reveal the unknown and benefit all humankind.

Spinoff → Spinoff is NASA's annual premiere publication featuring successfully commercialized NASA technology. The resulting commercialization has contributed to the development of commercial products and services in the fields of health and medicine, industry, consumer goods, transportation, public health, computer technology, and environmental resources.

The advanced technology behind these solar devices—which are competitively-priced and provide up to 50 percent more power than conventional solar cells—originated with the efforts of a NASA-sponsored member coalition of companies, government groups, universities, and nonprofits forming the Environmental Research Aircraft and Sensor.

Image at Left: More than 40 years ago, NASA developed radiant barrier technology to protect astronauts in the Apollo program.

Since the s, private industry has had the opportunity to apply this technology to various commercial applications, including techniques to save energy in homes. Image credit: NASA Spinoffs So look around you. All Policies Safety and Mission Assurance (SMA) policies are categorized as NASA Policy Directives, NASA Procedural Requirements, NASA Standards, and Handbooks and Guidance.

To see the current status of SMA policies, including policies just published, currently in review or scheduled for review, visit the Policy Status Updates page. NPG x, Communicating NASA’s Knowledge from Programs and Projects i.

NPGThe NASA Organization j. NPDNASA Directives System k. NPGNASA Directives System Procedures and Guidelines l.

NPDNASA Policy for Safety and Mission Success m. NPDProgram/Project Management n. Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Engraved Print Mission BEP Kennedy. In order to send men to the moon or land a research vehicle on Mars, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration had to invent and develop many high-tech equipment and law, the agency is required to disseminate that technology for private use [source: NASA Scientific Spinoff].Hundreds of NASA innovations have been incorporated into commercial.

Rumerman, Judy A. NASA Historical Data Book, Vol. VI: NASA Space Applications, Aeronautics and Space Research and Technology, Tracking and Data Acquisition/Support Operations, Commercial Programs, and Resources, ESPN NASA is often criticized for wasting taxpayer dollars. The $billion rover that recently landed on Mars has brought this issue to center focus once again.

NASA still needs to finalize laws for the Red Planet, but many feel that the colonists are going to add their own mercurial force to how they are governed. [10] Read more fascinating facts about strange and exciting NASA projects on 10 Strange Projects In Development At NASA and 10 Stellar Facts About NASA’s Mission To The Sun.

NASA Financial Management Requirements Volume 6, Chapter 1 September A. The full costs of NASA programs, projects and activities and the composition of, and changes in, these costs. The efforts, planned projections, and accomplishments associated with NASA programs and the changes over time and in relation to costs.

Until the early 's, the priority of the NASA technology development effort was focused principally on meeting NASA's needs. As a result, the most significant technology developed within this Enterprise by NASA has been in support of specific needs anticipated for emerging NASA programs, such as the Space Shuttle thermal protection system.

One-third of all cell phone cameras use technology originally developed for NASA spacecraft. And in the s, NASA scientists who wanted to enhance pictures of the moon invented digital image.

NASA’s Commercial and Marketing Pricing Policy for ISS. June 7, Doug Messier News 3 Comments. International Space Station (Credit: NASA) NASA has reserved a set amount of resources intended to serve Commercial and Marketing Activities, as shown in Figure A.

For questions on the pricing policy. + Emergency Line: Use this emergency number to report incidents such as bomb threats, fire and medical emergencies, crank or threatening phone calls or e-mails, workplace violence, and suspicious packages or individuals.

This line is monitored by security officers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Network / Affiliations. The NASA Commercial Technology Program sponsors a number of organizations around the country that are designed to assist U.S.

businesses in accessing, utilizing, and commercializing NASA-funded research and organizations work closely with the Commercial Technology Offices, located at each of the 10 NASA field.

For more than 50 years, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has been the civilian agency with the most inspiring and, in many cases, the .Under the Space Act ofNASA's research and technological innovations must benefit everyone, not just astronauts.

Since then, the space agency has produced a continual flow of inventions and. How NASA Impacts the Economy. A report by the Space Foundation estimated that activities related to space contributed $ billion to the economy in —more than eight times the department's own budget.

  More than 60% of this came from commercial goods and services created by companies related to space technology.