Boeing taps Allen, Clifford for space
Boeing Co. has opened two new offices to support the administration's space exploration initiatives, the company said.
The Space Exploration Systems office and the Earth Science Applications office will be run out of Washington and Houston, respectively.
The establishment of Boeing's SES office reflects changes at NASA, which folded the Orbital Space Program into its Office of Exploration Systems.
Charles Allen will be vice president and program manager of the Boeing SES unit. He previously managed its OSP office.
Michael Clifford, director and program manager, will head the Boeing Earth Science Applications office.
Clifford previously led the Boeing Space Utilization organization, which will be shut down.