NASA Security and Export Control: Analyses and Perspectives

Abraham Quinn (Editor)

Series: Defense, Security and Strategies
BISAC: LAW002000

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Weaknesses in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) export control policy and implementation of foreign national access procedures at some centers increase the risk of unauthorized access to export-controlled technologies. NASA policies provide Center Directors the ability to implement export controls at their centers. NASA develops sophisticated technologies and shares with them its international partners.

U.S. export control regulations require NASA to identify and protect its sensitive technology; NASA delegates implementation of export controls to its 10 research and space centers. Recent allegations of export control violations at two NASA centers have raised questions about NASA’s ability to protect its sensitive technologies. GAO was asked to review NASA’s export control program. This book assesses NASA’s export control policies and how centers implement them; and the extent to which NASA Headquarters and CEAs apply oversight of center compliance with its export control policies. (Imprint: Novinka)

Preface

Chapter 1 - Export Controls: NASA Management Action and Improved Oversight Needed to Reduce the Risk of Unauthorized Access to Its Technologies (pp. 1-36)
United States Government Accountability Office

Chapter 2 - Statement of Richard Keegan, Associate Deputy Administrator, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Hearing on ''NASA Security: Assessing the Agency’s Efforts to Protect Sensitive Information'' (pp. 37-50)

Chapter 3 - Statement of Gail A. Robinson, Deputy Inspector General, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Hearing on ''NASA Security: Assessing the Agency’s Efforts to Protect Sensitive Information'' (pp. 51-58)

Chapter 4 - Statement of Douglas Webster, Fellow, National Academy of Public Administration and Principal. Hearing on ''NASA Security: Assessing the Agency’s Efforts to Protect Sensitive Information'' (pp. 59-76)

Chapter 5 - Bo Jiang’s Access to NASA’s Langley Research Center (pp. 77-98)
NASA Inspector General

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