NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
300 E Street SW., Washington, DC 20546
Phone, 202-358-0000. Internet, www.nasa.gov.
Administrator Michael D. Griffen
Deputy Administrator Frederick D. Gregory
Assistant Deputy Administrator, Internal Suzanne Hilding
Program Executive Officer for Integrated Patrick A. Ciganer
Associate Deputy Administrator for Systems Mary E. Kicza
Chief of Staff John D. Schumacher
White House Liaison Jeffrey T. Jezierski
Chief Scientist James B. Garvin
Chief Financial Officer Gwendolyn Sykes
General Counsel Michael C. Wholley
Chief Health and Medical Officer Richard S. Williams
Director of Advanced Planning Charles Elachi
Chief Safety and Mission Assurance Officer Bryan O'Connor
Inspector General Robert W. Cobb
Associate Administrator for Aeronautics Research J. Victor Lebacqz
Chief Education Officer Adena Williams Loston
Associate Administrator for Exploration Systems Craig E. Steidle
Associate Administrator for Space Operations William F. Readdy
Associate Administrator for Science Mission Alphonso V. Diaz
Chief Information Officer Patricia L. Dunnington
Chief Engineer Rex D. Geveden
Associate Administrator for Institutions and James Jennings
Assistant Administrator for Human Capital Vicki A. Novak
Assistant Administrator for Infrastructure and Jeffrey E. Sutton
Assistant Administrator for Diversity and Equal Dorothy Hayden Watkins
Assistant Administrator for Security and Program David A. Saleeba
Assistant Administrator for Procurement Thomas S. Luedtke
Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Ralph C. Thomas III
Assistant Administrator for Institutional Richard J. Keegan
Planning and Investment
Chief of Strategic Communications (vacancy)
Assistant Administrator for Public Affairs Dean Acosta, Acting
Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs Angela Diaz, Acting
Assistant Administrator for External Relations Michael F. O'Brien
Director, Ames Research Center G. Scott Hubbard
Director, Dryden Flight Research Center Kevin L. Petersen
Director, John H. Glenn Research Center Julian Earls
Director, Goddard Space Flight Center Edward J. Weiler
Director, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center Jefferson D. Howell, Jr.
Director, John F. Kennedy Space Center James W. Kennedy
Director, Langley Research Center Roy D. Bridges
Director, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center David A. King
Director, John C. Stennis Space Center Thomas Q. Donaldson
Director, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Charles Elachi
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration maintains the United States' role as a leader in aeronautical and space science technology by improving the usefulness, performance, speed, safety, and efficiency of aeronautical and space vehicles and by conducting space flight research. It also conducts space exploration activities with manned and unmanned vehicles and utilizes the aeronautical and space resources of the United States and other nations for peaceful purposes.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was established by the National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958, as amended (42 U.S.C.
2451 et seq.).
Aeronautics Research Directorate The Aeronautics Research Directorate pioneers and validates high-payoff technologies and designs to maintain U.S. leadership in the aerospace industry.
NASA's expertise in the computation and information technology fields, coupled with capabilities in emerging research areas, such as nanotechnology, complement traditional research strengths in propulsion, materials, structures, aerothermodynamics...