Aging infrastructure the ‘single, greatest threat’ to NASA missions and technology
Artemis Program investments are needed to maintain the agency's technical capabilities, according to one NASA official.
NASA won’t rush Mars mission over U.S. ‘space race’ with China
“The Chinese space program is also a military space program,” said Administrator Bill Nelson on Wednesday.
Edge computing is critical to NASA’s Mars ambitions
Astronauts need the ability to process data in real time in order to establish a sustainable presence on the moon en route to Mars.
Industry presses government to invest in more practical quantum computing projects
Current projects undertaken by government tend to focus on esoteric fields and theories, rather than pressing issues like infrastructure and climate change.
NASA seeks cybersecurity and privacy enterprise support
The agency requested proposals for a nine-year, single-award contract covering all its centers and facilities.
NASA awards $2.5B enterprise IT contract to Leidos
The AEGIS contract replaces the NICS contract and covers wide-area and local-area network infrastructure.