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Amendment #3 to CRuSR Flight Services RFQ

A new amendment has been published on monday July 19th that includes the following provisions:
- The due date for receipt of offers is extended. All offers for the services required by the solicitation are due by Friday July 23, 2010, no later than 1:00 PM Pacific time
- Additional FAR and NASA FAR Supplement (NFS) clauses are added to the solicitation and will be incorporated into all contracts that result from the solicitation
- CRuSR Questions and Answers Set 3 is attached to the RFQ

Flight Opportunities presented at OCT Industry Forum

Flight Opportunities Program Presentation (PDF)

The Flight Opportunities Program was presented today at Day 1 of the Industry Forum organised by NASA's Office of the Chief Technologist (OCT). Both the Commercial Reusable Suborbital Research (CRuSR) activity and the Facilitated Access to the Space Environment for Technology (FAST) activity will be transitioned into the Flight Opportunities Program within the Office of the Chief Technologist in FY11.

More information from Day 1 of the Industry Forum is available at this OCT website. For an up-to-date account of the Forum, follow the @NASA_technology twitter.

Amendment #2 to CRuSR Flight Services RFQ

A new set of Questions and Answers [pdf] has been released today as part of the combined synopsis/RFQ for Commercial Reusable Suborbital Research (CRuSR) Flight Services.

CRuSR and the new Space Policy


Last week, the Obama Administration issued a new succinct but far reaching Space Policy that encompasses all three sectors involved in space: civil, commercial and military. The policy outlines 5 guiding principles including a commitment to openness, transparency, and sustainability; the importance of a robust, competitive and innovative commercial sector; the rights of all humanity to space; and the rights of all responsible parties to peaceful and defensive use of space systems. Goals include developing space related industries, international cooperation, improved science and both human and robotic initiatives. Specific guidelines are defined for the three space sectors. Support for commercial space that is entrepreneurial and cost effective is clear and reaffirms the national commitment to programs such as CRuSR.

Read more about the new Space Policy on www.whitehouse.gov. The Policy itself is available here.

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