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CBD: NASA: Due Date for Research Opportunities in Space Science (01-OSS-01) Extended

By SpaceRef Editor
September 21, 2001
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CLASSCOD: A–Research and Development

OFFADD: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA Headquarters Acquisition
Branch, Code 210.H, Greenbelt, MD 20771



DUE 100501

POC Joe Bredekamp, Senior Science Program Executive/Information
Sys, Phone (202) 358-2348, Fax (202) 358-2697, Email [email protected]

DESC: Amendment to the Applied Information Systems (AISR) Program,
Appendix A.9.1, NASA Research Announcement (NRA) 01-OSS-01
The Office of Space Science (OSS) recognizes how unsettling
the tragedy of September 11 has been and the additional burden
it may present for those who are preparing proposals to the
Applied Information Systems (AISR) Program announced in NASA
Research Announcement (NRA) 01-OSS-01, Program Element A.9.1
(see amended AISR program posted June 18, 2001). The deadline
for submission of these AISR proposals was originally set for
COB, Wednesday, September 26, 2001. However, owing to the time
lost in many work schedules and disruption of travel due to
the current national emergency, the following changes to this
schedule are being made: (1) The deadline for submission of
the required number of copies of the proposals is extended
to Friday, October 5, 2001. In addition, this deadline may
be met by demonstration of a postmark in the case of the US
Postal Service, or a “received on” date in the case of a commercial
shipper, by local midnight of that new deadline date. (2) In
order that OSS can proceed with the planning for peer review,
we are requiring that a fully completed and final version of
the proposal’s Cover Page/Proposal Summary be received through
the proposal submission Web site (
) by 4:30 Eastern Time on the new proposal deadline.

are difficult times and it will be challenging to return to
“normal” pursuit of our research endeavors. We hope that these
changes will help all of us to meet this challenge. Joe Bredekamp
Senior Science Program Executive/Information Systems Office
of Space Science NASA HQ T: 202-358-2348 F: 202-358-2697 E-mail:

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