NASA Shuttle to Constellation Workforce Transition Strategy Report

Status Report From: NASA HQ
Posted: Tuesday, April 1, 2008


The Ares I-X test flight in April 2009 will be a milestone in the transition of NASA's property, facilities, and workforce.

NASA's evolution of people, property, processes, and plans to enable NASA's space exploration missions by evolving from our Space Shuttle-based human space flight system to a new architecture designed to achieve the objectives of the Vision for Space Exploration. This architecture is the Constellation human space flight system. For this major transition, NASA has employed focused methods to evolve today's human spaceflight capability to the exploration capability of tomorrow.

"Transition provides us with a unique opportunity to reinvent and revitalize NASA's human spaceflight program and make it more efficient by focusing on the evolution of our skilled workers and our facilities and infrastructure..."

April 1, 2008 -- Workforce Transition

Workforce Transition Strategy Report (1.4 Mb PDF)

Workforce Transition Strategy Briefing (5.5 Mb PDF)

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