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Appendix B: Statements of Task
Pages 81-83

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... This assessment will analyze specific areas identified by FY95 Senate Appropriations report language and requested by the NASA Administrator: ( 1 ) organization of civil space research programs within the agency; (2)
From page 82...
... alternative interpretations and presentations of ``priority setting" · approaches to priority setting within the NIH, NSF, NOAA, and DoD (also former OSSA · role of criteria other than scientific merit in research priority setting relative roles of diverse participants in priority setting processes for culling and termination prioritization preservation of funding opportunity for highly innovative or high risk research in an environment of budget constraints and well-entrenched existing constituencies · appropriate role for international agreements · transition issues
From page 83...
... · effect of "smaller, faster, cheaper" on innovation · effect of NASA's goal to foster technology transfer to U.S. industry on its technology development for space sciences · assurance of flexibility to explore unconventional ideas · use of the Space Station in the development of technology for space sciences · effect of extremely prolonged space program and mission development times on the development, selection, and use of advanced technologies.

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