- Press Release
- Nov 28, 2022
NASA Aeronautical Technologies Strategic Roadmap Committee Charter
CHARTER OF THE
STRATEGIC ROADDMAP COMMITTEE
ESTABLISHMENT AND AUTHORITY
The NASA Administrator hereby establishes the NASA Aeronautical Technologies Strategic Roadmap
Committee (the “Committee”), having determined that it is in the public interest in connection with
the performance of Agency duties under the law, and with the concurrence of the General Services
Administration, pursuant to the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA), 5 U.S.C. App. §§ 1 et seq.
PURPOSE AND DUTIES
- The Committee shall draw on the expertise of its members and other sources to provide advice and
recommendations to NASA on providing advanced aeronautical technologies to meet the challenges of
next-generation systems in aviation, for civilian and scientific purposes, in our atmosphere, and in
the atmospheres of other worlds. Recommendations, to be provided by the Committee, will help guide
Agency program prioritization, budget formulation, facilities and human capital planning, and
- The Committee shall function solely as an advisory body and will comply
fully with the provisions of the FACA.
- The Committee reports to the Associate Deputy
Administrator for Systems Integration (ADA-SI) and to the Administrator.
- The Committee Co-Chair(s) shall be appointed by the Administrator. The remaining Committee
members shall be appointed by the ADA-SI. Membership will be selected to assure a balanced
representation of expertise and points of view within the government, academia, and private industry
in scientific and technological areas relevant to the Nation’s space policy.
- Members will be
appointed for a 15-month term, renewable at the discretion of the ADA-SI. However, members serve at
the discretion of the ADA-SI.
SUBCOMMITTEES AND TASK FORCES
Subcommittees and/or task forces may be established to conduct special studies requiring an effort
of limited duration. Such subcommittees and/or task forces will report their findings and
recommendations to the Committee. However, if the committee is terminated, all subcommittees and/or
task forces will terminate.
- The committee will meet approximately three to four times during a 15-month period. Meetings
will be open to the public unless it is determined that the meeting, or a portion of the meeting,
shall be closed in accordance with the Government in the Sunshine Act, or that the meeting is not
covered by FACA.
- The Executive Secretary of the Committee shall be appointed by the ADA-SI and
shall serve as the Designated Federal Official.
- The Advanced Planning and Integration Office will
provide staff support and operating funds for the Committee and is responsible for reporting
requirements of section 6 (b) of the FACA.
- The operating costs for its expected duration of 15
months are estimated to be $400,000 including 0.7 workyears of staff support.
The Committee shall terminate 15 months from the date of this charter unless terminated before that
date or subsequently renewed by the NASA Administrator.