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Appendix E: NASA Roles and Responsibilities in the Science Programs
Pages 88-90

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From page 88...
... 3. Manages the program, delegating authority as appropriate, to include establishing program budgets and allocating resources, identifying and funding program facility requirements, overseeing and controlling program performance schedules, and expending resources to meet program objectives.
From page 89...
... Each Institutional Associate Administrator, in addition to any program responsibilities he or she might have: 1. Develops strategic plans consistent with the NASA strategic plan to define institutional goals and objectives and establish institutional priorities.
From page 90...
... Two Officials-in-Charge of staff offices particularly closely involved with the science program are the Chief Financial Officer/Comptroller and the Associate Administrator for Policy and Plans. The former is the Administrator's principal advisor on financial and budgetary matters and plays a major role in the budget decision process.

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