An investigation of transitional management problems for the NSTS at NASA

contract 9-BC4-19-6-1P, annual report (Jan. 15, 1986 - Jan. 15, 1987)
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Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Houston - University Park, National Aeronautics and Space Administration , Houston, Tex, [Washington, DC
United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration -- Management., Management sci
Statementby principal investigator, John Hunsucker, co-principal investigator, Japhet S. Law.
SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-171979.
ContributionsLaw, Japhet S., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL15391329M

An investigation of transitional management problems for the nsts at nasa contract 9-bcp quarterly report (apr. 15, - jul. 15, ) by principal investigator: john hunsucker i department of industrial engineering university of houston - university park j EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AN INVESTIGATION OF TRANSITIONAL MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS (SIUAHTERLY REPORT (J - OCT.

15, ) JLH 24 OCT 88 FOR THE NSTS AT NASA. This report contains a summary of the work effort of the University of Houston research team for the third quarter of effort in a yearly grant for the NSTS.

An investigation of transitional management problems for the NSTS at NASA: contract 9-BCP, annual report (Jan. 15, - Jan. 15, ) Author: John Hunsucker ; Japhet S Law. INTRODUCTION This document, Investigation of Transitional Management Problems Z°E th£ NSTS at NASA, is a final report summarizing the research carried out in under a one year contract between the National Space Transportation System (NSTS) and the Department of Industrial Engineering at the University of Houston, Houston, Texas.

An investigation of transitional management problems for the An investigation of transitional management problems for the NSTS at NASA book. The issue of NASA's changing demographics was examined and why this may be a cause for concern.

The impact of the whole shuttle system structure on the Challenger accident was presented along with the highlights of the Rogers Commission Report. The proposed Author: Japhet S. Law and John L. Hunsucker. An investigation of transitional management problems for the NSTS at NASA, executive summary (NSTS).

As such it serves as a resting place for the ideas and concepts developed this quarter with the collaboration of the Management Integration Offices of NASA. Another objective is the hope that the report will help to stimulate the healthy Author: John Hunsucker.

Investigation Overview In Investigation 4, students role-play U.S. senators from seven western states seeking to find solutions to important water problems in the Southwest: recurrent drought, which reduces vital snowpack resources, in the face of rapid population growth and therefore increasing demand on those Size: 2MB.

The first study was conducted by the J. Wiggins Co. of Redondo Beach, Calif., and published in three volumes between and It put the overall risk of losing a shuttle with its. This document, prepared by the NASA Medical Policy Board (MPB), describes medical and clinical policies and related procedures for human space missions.

First issued as the Medical Policy Board Handbook inthis is the fifth revision of this document. This reflects NASA’s medical policy for strategic planning and references an increased. Then, the organization with which management directed the [2] activities of Project Mercury will be explained, particularly with respect to those internal interfaces between major segments of NASA and those external interfaces with contractors and other governmental departments.

The resources expended during the project will be explained. Physics (light), astronomy, language arts, music. Reading and discussion, singing (if desired), writing poem or essay. #N#Listening for Rings from Space. This activity introduces gravitational waves and the NASA technology being developed to detect them in space.

The activity involves building a metaphorical interferometer that demonstrates how. Linda Ham is a former Constellation Program Transition and Technology Infusion Manager at NASA. She was formerly the program integration manager in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Space Shuttle Program Office and acting manager for launch integration.

In this position, she chaired the mission management team for all shuttle flights between. Columbia Accident Investigation Documents Correspondence/E-mail Between Johnson Space Center and STS Crew Transcript of Mechanical, Maintenance, Arm and Crew Systems (MMACS) console in JSC Mission Control and STS crew + Read more (57 file) + Various Memos and E-mails ( Mb PDF) Two e-mail exchanges with the STS.

NASA should encourage the transition of qualified astronauts into agency management positions. The function of the Flight Crew Operations director should be elevated in the NASA organization structure. Shuttle Safety Panel.

NASA should establish an STS Safety Advisory Panel reporting to the STS Program Manager.

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NASA Johnson Space Center Oral History Project Tacit Knowledge Capture Project During most of my time in program management in NASA, I ran a significant program change board and dealt with very detailed technical people, both at Johnson and with the contractors involved.

When NASA went through the investigation which eventually led to. Associate Administrator, Organization and Management, NASA Headquarters, Fischbeck, John C. Shuttle Carrier Aircraft /SRB Recovery Oral History Project SRB Recovery Team. Fisher, Anna L. NASA TM X Kanas, N.A., and Fedderson, W.E.

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Bilimoria, Eric R. Mueller, Chad R. Frost, and Thomas S. Alderete Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CaliforniaCited by:   ESA and NASA management established the SOHO Mission Interruption Joint Investigation Board to determine the actual or probable cause(s) of the SOHO spacecraft mishap.

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The Board has concluded that there were no anomalies on-board the SOHO spacecraft but that a number of ground errors led to the major loss of attitude experienced by the spacecraft. NSTS Safety Policy and Requirements for Payloads Using the Space Transportation System NSTS Safety Policy and Requirements for Payloads Using the International Space Station SL-E (Book 3 Vol.

1) Space Shuttle Specification Electromagnetic Interference Characteristics, Requirements for Equipment. All contracts shall require the delivery of reports that present: (1) the work and results accomplished; (2) the scientific, technical and commercial merit and feasibility of the proposed innovation, and project results; (3) its relevance and significance to one or more NASA needs (section 9); and (4) the strategy for development, transition of the proposed innovation, and.

SPACE SHUTTLE MISSION SUMMARIES. From April through January25 Space Shuttle launches were four orbiters in the fleet -- Columbia, Challenger, Discovery and Atlantis-- were r, 1 minute, 13 seconds after liftoff -- during the 25th launch --on Jan.

28,the Space Shuttle orbiter Challenger was destroyed and its crew. Howard Risher is a consultant focusing on pay and performance. Inhe managed the project that led to the passage of the Federal Employees Pay Comparability Act and the transition.

The velocity/tilt initialization mode is then entered, during which the drifts experienced while waiting for the OPS 1 transition are estimated. The compensation developed by these drifts is applied to the gyros from the OPS 1 transition to T minus 12 minutes and is also used to compute the current platform to the mean of reference stable.

Astronaut fatalities (In the statistics below, "astronaut" is applied to all space travellers to avoid the use of "astronaut/cosmonaut".) During spaceflight. As of Februaryin-flight accidents have killed 19 astronauts, in five separate incidents. Three of them had flown above the Kármán line (edge of space), and one was intended to do so.

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proviclect direct input on specific questions on 6 As of Septemberthe NASA Headquarters organization is called Safety, Reliability, Maintainability, and Quality Assurance (SRM&QA), while the.

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