Press Release

Space Station Program Review Team to Meet Aug 20-21; Reporters Invited to Attend

By SpaceRef Editor
August 16, 2001
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The first meeting of the ISS Management and Cost
Evaluation Team is scheduled for Aug. 20-21 at NASA
Headquarters. The Aug. 20 session is open to the public, and
reporters are invited to attend.

During the Aug. 20 session, which begins at 8:30 a.m.,
Administration and NASA officials will provide a broad
overview of the Agency, the Human Exploration and Development
of Space Enterprise and the International Space Station
program.

The meeting will be held in conference room MIC-7, on the 7th
floor of the NASA Headquarters building. NASA Headquarters is
located at 300 E Street, SW, Washington, DC. Reporters
wishing to attend this session should call Kirsten Larson
(202/358-0243) or Ray Castillo (202/358-1600) to make the
necessary arrangements. Because of the small size of the
room, media television cameras will not be admitted to the
meeting.

NASA Administrator Daniel S. Goldin created the ISS
Management and Cost Evaluation Team last month to take a
focused look at the budget and management challenges facing
the International Space Station program.

Chaired by Thomas Young, the former president of Martin-
Marietta Corp., the task force will help NASA address the
quality of the ISS cost estimates as well as program
assumptions and requirements, identifying high-risk budget
areas and potential risk mitigation strategies.

The full membership of the panel can be found on the Internet
at:

ftp://ftp.hq.nasa.gov/pub/pao/pressrel/2001/01-152.txt

ISS Management and Cost Evaluation Task Force
August 20, 2001
NASA Headquarters

8:30 a.m. Panel Introductions
8:45 a.m. Opening Remarks Tom Young
Chairman

9 a.m. Welcome Daniel Goldin
NASA Administrator

9:30 a.m. Office of Management Sean O’Keefe
and Budget Perspective OMB Deputy Director

10 a.m. NASA Organization, Malcolm Peterson
Budget Overview NASA Comptroller

10:45 a.m. Break

11 a.m. Human Exploration and Joseph Rothenberg
Development of Space Associate Administrator
Office of Space Flight

Noon Lunch

1 p.m. ISS Facilities and Dr. Kathie Olsen
Research Chief Scientist

2 p.m. ISS Development Status Michael Hawes
Deputy Associate Administrator,
Space Station
Office of Space Flight

3 p.m. Break

3:15 p.m. ISS-The Partners Angela Diaz
Director, Human Space
Flight and Research,
Office of External Relations

4 p.m. Congressional TBD
Perspective NASA Legislative Affairs

5 p.m. Adjourn


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SpaceRef staff editor.