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FY 2006 Budget Roll Out February 7, 2005 Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field FY 2006 Budget Roll Out February 7, 2005 Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

…We Are Guided By the President’s Direction • Budget maintains resolute focus on exploration …We Are Guided By the President’s Direction • Budget maintains resolute focus on exploration priorities and critical milestones, informed by our science priorities – First Step –Return Shuttle to flight and complete Space Station assembly – Flagship Program –Project Constellation (maintain 2008 CEV flight demo) – Technology Base –Critical exploration technologies – Transforming Technologies –Project Prometheus (flight demo in a decade) – Robotic Precursors –Lunar beginning in 2008 & added Mars in 2011 – Shuttle Transition –ISS Cargo/Crew Services, near-term commercial service – Scientific Breakthroughs –Exploration of the solar system and Universe (e. g. , Webb in 2011) and the search for earth like planets Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

…We Are Guided By The President’s Direction (Continued) • Budget supports critical National needs …We Are Guided By The President’s Direction (Continued) • Budget supports critical National needs and revolutionary technologies – Aeronautics: Protects Aviation Safety & Security and Airspace Systems, and restructures Vehicle Systems to focus on technology breakthroughs and near-term demonstrations – Climate Change: Invest in next generation earth observing satellites – Education: Continues to inspire the next generation of explorers with priority programs (e. g. , Explorer schools, scholarship for service) Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

…Supported by a Solid Budget ($ in millions) 2005* 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 …Supported by a Solid Budget ($ in millions) 2005* 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Science, Aero & Exploration 8, 912 9, 661 10, 550 11, 215 12, 210 12, 796 Science Exploration Systems Aeronautics Research Education 5, 364 2, 568 813 166 5, 476 3, 165 852 167 5, 960 3, 707 728 155 6, 503 3, 826 731 155 6, 853 4, 474 728 155 6, 798 5, 125 718 155 Exploration Capabilities 6, 704 6, 763 6, 379 6, 057 5, 367 5, 194 Space Operations 6, 704 6, 763 6, 379 6, 057 5, 367 5, 194 Inspector General 27 32 34 35 35 37 Unrequested Items 426 16, 456 2. 4% 16, 962 3. 1% 17, 306 2. 0% 17, 612 1. 8% 18, 027 2. 4% TOTAL -- annual increases Emergency Hurricane Supplemental 16, 070 126 *FY 2005 budget is shown in new budget structure for comparison purposes, and allocation by Mission Directorate does not include $426 m in unrequested items to allow a direct comparison of content included in the President’s request. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

…Building on Our Scientific Successes ($ in millions) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 …Building on Our Scientific Successes ($ in millions) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 SCIENCE 5, 476 5, 960 6, 503 6, 853 6, 798 Space System Exploration The Universe Earth-Sun System 1, 900 1, 512 2, 064 2, 348 1, 532 2, 081 2, 832 1, 539 2, 132 2, 999 1, 495 2, 359 3, 066 1, 407 2, 325 The FY 06 budget request for Science Mission Directorate includes: • FY 06 budget will support 55 missions in orbit, 26 in development, and 34 in design phase • $858 m, a 17% increase, for Mars/Lunar robotic exploration • $372 m, a 19% increase, to maintain Webb telescope on pace for 2011 launch • $93 m in development funds for Hubble to extend scientific productivity and initiate a robotic mission to safely deorbit the telescope • $218 m, a 17% increase, to maintain competitive efforts for Explorer Program • $56 m, a 33% increase, for Beyond Einstein program to study the universe • $234 m, a 16% increase, for studying the sun in Living With a Star • $136 m, a 26% increase, for competitive opportunities in Earth System Science Pathfinder • $6. 8 b, a 23% increase in the projected annual budget by 2010, increasing the Science portion of total Agency budget from 33% in FY 2006 to 38% in 2010 Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

…Preparing for Our Exploration Future ($ in millions) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 …Preparing for Our Exploration Future ($ in millions) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 EXPLORATION SYSTEMS 3, 165 3, 707 3, 826 4, 474 5, 125 Constellation Systems Exploration Systems R&T Prometheus Human Systems R&T 1, 120 919 320 806 1, 580 907 424 797 1, 524 989 501 812 1, 991 1, 050 614 819 2, 452 1, 078 779 816 The FY 06 budget request for Exploration Systems Directorate includes: • $753 m for the Crew Exploration Vehicle, America’s future workhorse for safe and affordable human exploration, with resources to pursue a timely flight demo in 2008 • $919 m, a 27% increase, for Exploration Systems R&T that will enable a designs for sustainable exploration, including $44 m for a revamped technology transfer program and $34 m for Centennial Challenges prize program • $320 m for Project Prometheus to test of a nuclear reactor in 2008 and fly a demo mission within a decade, followed later by other demonstrations (e. g. , to Jupiter’s moons)–rephased to reflect development profile and more than doubling over five years • $806 m for Human Systems R&T, which after a thorough bottom-up review, is now directly linked to exploration requirements for human missions to the moon and beyond Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

…Enabling Breakthrough Aeronautics Research ($ in millions) AERONAUTICS RESEARCH FY 2006 FY 2007 FY …Enabling Breakthrough Aeronautics Research ($ in millions) AERONAUTICS RESEARCH FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 852 728 731 728 718 The FY 06 budget request for Aeronautics Directorate includes: • Maintains top priorities in aeronautics research: – $193 m, a 4% increase, for Aviation Safety & Security – $200 m, a 32% increase, for Airspace Systems • Also provides $459 m for a restructured and improved Vehicle Systems program – Focused on breakthrough research culminating in flight demos – Pursues high risk, high payoff concepts beyond incremental research of interest to industry (e. g. eliminates almost all work in conventional subsonic aircraft) – Consists of projects in noise reduction, high altitude unmanned vehicles, and an all-electric airplane – Includes realignment of workforce and facilities to best implement new priorities Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field 7

…Meeting Our Obligations ($ in millions) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 …Meeting Our Obligations ($ in millions) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 SPACE OPERATIONS 6, 763 6, 379 6, 057 5, 367 5, 194 Space Shuttle Space Station Space Flight Support 4, 531 1, 857 376 4, 172 1, 835 371 3, 866 1, 791 400 2, 815 2, 152 400 2, 419 2, 376 399 The FY 06 budget request for Space Operations Mission Directorate includes: • $4. 5 b to return Shuttle to flight as a top priority and resume flight operations – Provides $366 m more for return to flight and related activities in FY 06 to maintain safe operations in support of five planned flights – NASA will retire the Space Shuttle in 2010 while working to ensure that the last flight is as safe as the flights this year • $1. 9 b for the International Space Station – NASA is examining configurations for the Space Station that meet the needs of both the Space Exploration Vision and our international partners while using as few Shuttle flights as possible to complete Station assembly – Assembly sequence and funding support enhanced crew size of up to 6 prior to completion of assembly, enabling important Vision work Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

…Pursuing Competition to Best Meet Requirements • Industry, academia, and NASA field centers will …Pursuing Competition to Best Meet Requirements • Industry, academia, and NASA field centers will have opportunity to compete for over $10 billion in new opportunities over the next five-years. Examples: – Exploration Systems --Crew Exploration Vehicle, Crew Launch Vehicle, Project Prometheus, and exploration research and technology – Science --Discovery, Explorer, New Frontiers, Mars Scouts, Lunar Robotic Earth Science Pathfinders, New Millennium, Living with a Star – Space Operations --Launch services to Station and other users – Aeronautics --New breakthrough flight demonstration projects$ in billions Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

…And Retooling Our Institution • • The focus of the transformed NASA is on …And Retooling Our Institution • • The focus of the transformed NASA is on how best to achieve the Vision and other national priorities assigned to NASA – the Mission is First – Human Capital – Workforce transformation is growing in importance and will require workforce adjustments and distribution of needed skills based on mission and core competency requirements – Physical Capital – Growing list of underutilized facilities will be assessed to determine the critical requirements to support the Vision – Organization – Based on Aldridge Commission recommendations, plan proposals and legislation to pursue non-governmental organizations to enhance Center management structures Transforming NASA field centers for the coming decade through improved agility and competitiveness – Vision provides the long-term focus and stability required for sound business planning and for attracting skills important to the US economy – Competition will help the Centers to provide the best value and new and innovative approaches while encouraging partnerships and collaboration with industry and academia (notable successes this past year) – Agility, enhanced by new legislative authorities, will enable Centers to maintain cutting edge capabilities as the Vision progresses and technologies advance – Core competencies will be maintained and funded through competition Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

…Maintaining Core Competencies END-TO-END MISSION SYSTEMS 1. End-to-end mission sys. arch. , design, dev …Maintaining Core Competencies END-TO-END MISSION SYSTEMS 1. End-to-end mission sys. arch. , design, dev & ops -- GSFC, JPL, TBD 2. Large Complex Space Sys Dev & Int (Space Infrast Dev) – MSFC • NASA Core Competencies are critical factors for mission success – Funds will be provided as a result of competitive selection decisions – Competition will enhance competencies through new opportunities • NASA Core Competencies are resident at one or more NASA Center • NASA Core Competencies will be periodically reassessed – Annually to assess desired capability – Tri-annually to determine if reassigned or changed in response to changing mission requirements, emerging commercial capabilities and/or competitive results. 3. Human Mission Planning, Training and Operations -- JSC SCIENCE AND SCIENCE SUPPORT 1. Astrobiology – ARC 2. Human Health Sciences and Astromaterials Res and Curation -- JSC 3. Observing Systems -- GSFC, JPL 4. Sensors and Instruments -- GSFC, JPL, La. RC PROPULSION 1. Trans. and Prop. Systems Dev. – MSFC 2. In-Space Propulsion (including Nuclear Systems) – GRC 3. Rocket Propulsion Test (RPT) -- SSC LAUNCH PROCESSING AND SERVICES 1. End-to-end launch services – KSC 2. Assy, test, integ. & processing of s/c, payloads & flt sci exp – KSC 3. R&D, des, constr & ops of spaceport services on all surfaces -- KSC AERONAUTICS 1. Aero-propulsion Systems – GRC 2. Aerosciences -- Research for Flight in all Atmospheres – La. RC 3. Atmospheric Flight Research & Test – DFRC 4. Air Transportation Management Systems -- ARC SYSTEM/SUB-SYSTEM COMPETENCIES 1. Power and Energy Conversion Systems – GRC 2. Communication and Navigation Systems -- GSFC, JPL 3. Entry, Descent, and Landing Systems -- ARC, JPL, La. RC 4. Integrated Next-Generation Computing Systems – ARC 5. Intelligent/Adaptive Systems – ARC 6. Aerospace Materials and Manufacturing -- La. RC, MSFC 7. Systems Analysis/Engineering and Safety (One NASA) -- La. RC Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field 11

…And Reshaping Our Workforce • Transforming workforce is a significant issue – Termination of …And Reshaping Our Workforce • Transforming workforce is a significant issue – Termination of previous programs, like Space Launch Initiative two years ago, significantly increased the workforce not supporting a specific program – As previous work has been completed, and some projects discontinued, the issue has grown, placing an untenable burden on Center G&A • NASA must take necessary action to transform its workforce to ensure the successful implementation of the Vision – Centers are restructuring themselves as necessary to ensure successful competition for new business opportunities • Pursue new legislation and aggressively evaluate and implement alternative management structures to enhance agility and enable new opportunities – Sufficient workforce funding is provided in FY 05 -06 to provide time for transition • Compete for new business opportunities • Pursue expanded buyouts, training, and job fairs • Seek voluntary reassignments, or directed reassignments if necessary – Must actively address these initiatives to complete this realignment by FY 2007 to avoid undesirable consequences Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

…To Enable The New Age of Exploration • The torch is being passed from …To Enable The New Age of Exploration • The torch is being passed from the pioneers, who first took us to the moon and beyond, to the new generation of explorers who will take us into deep space to stay – Sustainable implementation of the Vision will provide the legacy for future generations • The FY 06 NASA Budget reaffirms the President’s commitment and provides us the next step in implementing the Vision – Returning Shuttle to completing assembly of the Space Station – Exploring the cosmos with robots and humans – Transforming to enable the Vision – without change, there is no Vision “We choose to explore space because doing so improves our lives and lifts our national spirit. So let us continue the journey. ” --Pres. George W. Bush Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

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Aeronautics Program Replan GRC View • A reduction of $40 M to the Vehicle Aeronautics Program Replan GRC View • A reduction of $40 M to the Vehicle Systems Program at GRC in FY 2006; no top line change on Airspace Systems and Aviation Safety & Security Programs • The Vehicle Systems Program will be restructured. It will include four flight demonstration projects: – Three related to “Breakthrough in Environment”: 10 d. B Noise Reduction, Sonic Boom and Zero Emissions Aircraft – One related to “Science and Exploration”: High Altitude Long Endurance (HALE ROA) Aircraft • Majority part of the Program will be competed in different levels (e. g. flight demonstration, technology development) Process will be developed with Center participation in Feb/March timeframe. • Project Management and Implementation processes will be developed with Center participation in February and March timeframe. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

GRC Human Systems Research and Technology Program • A loss of $18 M to GRC Human Systems Research and Technology Program • A loss of $18 M to the Human Systems Research & Technology Program activities at GRC will occur from FY 05 to FY 06, mostly due to the flight hardware delivery of the Combustion Integrated Rack (CIR) and the Fluids Integrated Rack (FIR) to KSC • The legacy Office of Biological and Physical Research (OBPR) program has been transformed into the Human Systems Research and Technology (HSRT) program and is aligned with the goals and objectives of the Exploration program. • GRC continues to have a major role in the Human Systems Research and Technology program, specifically in – – – Advanced Extra Vehicular Activity Advanced Life Support Human Health and Countermeasures Advanced Environmental Monitoring and Control Fire Prevention, Detection, and Suppression Multiphase Flow Technology Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

GRC Human Systems Research and Technology Program (continued) • The GRC Combustion Science program GRC Human Systems Research and Technology Program (continued) • The GRC Combustion Science program has been transformed into the Fire Prevention, Detection, and Suppression program and will be directed towards developing engineering design data rather than purely basic research. • The GRC Fluid Physics program has been transformed into Advanced Life Support and Multiphase Flow Technologies that will be directed towards developing engineering design data. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

Prometheus Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter Mission (JIMO) –Mission deferred for alternate mission that will Prometheus Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter Mission (JIMO) –Mission deferred for alternate mission that will both demonstrate the use of nuclear electric propulsion and provide a lower risk, science and exploration relevant mission – GRC will retain responsibilities independent of mission destination: • Electric Propulsion design and technology • Power conversion & Heat Rejection technology • Phase B co-design with Northrop Grumman, Naval Reactors and JPL • Provide facilities, technicians, and engineering capabilities to support naval reactors and prime contractor development and qualification tests Advanced Systems and Technology - GRC retains technology development and management responsibilities in systems analysis, advanced power and propulsion, nuclear thermal and surface power Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field 18

Top Level Summary of GRC ICP Results • Intramural Call for Proposals (ICP) Process Top Level Summary of GRC ICP Results • Intramural Call for Proposals (ICP) Process – 135 NOIs Submitted – 18 Proposals Requested, 17 Proposals Submitted – 44 Supporting Tasks Submitted as part of other Center Proposals • ICP Selections (Announced 7/28/04) – 4 Proposals Selected for GRC Lead Projects ($32. 1 M Total, $24. 7 M GRC)) – 15 Supporting Tasks Selected ($30 M) • Total Capture ICP – Fluctuation expected due to negotiations and potential selection of portions of the GRC led proposals Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

BAA Extramural Call for Proposals Success at GRC • GRC was partner on 138 BAA Extramural Call for Proposals Success at GRC • GRC was partner on 138 of the ~500 total ECP proposals • On Tuesday, Nov. 16, HQ announced that 70 proposals were selected with a total value of over $1 B • General Statistics out of 70 Selected Proposals: – – – GRC partnerships: 20 At least one NASA Center partner: 68 At least one University (or associated institute): 46 Largest number of Lead Roles: Boeing, 7 Largest number of Partner Roles: JPL, 28 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 Totals GRC FTEs 10. 1 23. 0 20. 1 17. 4 3. 2 73. 8 GRC Total $M $3. 2 $8. 4 $7. 0 $1. 2 $27. 2 Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field 20

GRC Workforce • As we went through the 2006 budget process, we realized that GRC Workforce • As we went through the 2006 budget process, we realized that we had a Civil Service workforce challenge (reduction) of approximately 500 FTE by 2010 – We proposed handling approx 300 by a series of buyouts over FY 2005 -20062007, and another 80 by other normal attrition – This approach left us with approx 100 FTE that would have been added to our Center G&A, in anticipation of new work • The impacts on GRC of the Agency’s response to the OMB passback resulted in our workforce challenge increasing to approx 700 FTE by 2007 – The agency is preparing additional options to try to deal with this challenge • Agency-wide job fair and expanded buyout opportunities in 2005 • Accelerating the analysis of alternative management structures as recommended in the Aldridge Report • Consideration of voluntary (and potentially directed/involuntary) inter-center transfers • As a very last resort, consideration of Reduction in Force procedures – In addition to these options, at GRC we are also actively pursuing additional work and reviewing the levels of our on-site support contractors with the objective of identifying contractor supplied tasks that could more appropriately be performed by Civil Servants Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field

Summary • The NASA Transformation in support of the President’s vision is moving forward Summary • The NASA Transformation in support of the President’s vision is moving forward aggressively – The ways that we collectively will be moving forward as part of this transformation are changing rapidly – We at GRC are committed to supporting the Agency’s transformation and expect to be a vital contributor to the overall mission of the Agency • The rapidity and breadth of the transformation present some very real and difficult challenges to Glenn and the other centers – I am confident that by working together we can successfully address these challenges • Questions? Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field