NASA puts $2.7M toward eight robot projects

Humankind might make its first steps on Mars alongside robots.

Lockheed on board with $425M mission to Mars

Lockheed Martin will build the spacecraft to launch in 2016 under a $425 million contract.

MRC scores 4 contracts

Company will provide services to military and NASA, as well as compete for task orders under CIOSP3 GWAC contract.

Small biz wins $177M NASA award

Digital Management will provide IT support services to NASA's headquarters.

NASA to probe industry for forthcoming SEWP V

SPace agency wants to learn about the latest and greatest advances in IT and acquisition strategies for its governmentwide contract.

DynCorp wins $176.9M NASA contract to ready space-flight trainees

Services also include maintenance, repairs and alterations to aircraft.

Finding NASA's new multi-player game on Facebook takes one giant leap

If we can put a man on the moon, why can't we make NASA's new space history trivia game easy to find on Facebook?

SAIC wins construction job at Marshall Space Flight Center

Under new contract, SAIC will provide construction for NASA buildings.

TASC wins $134M NASA software services award

The contractor and its partners will provide independent verification and validation, software assurance, and other services to the space agency.

NASA picks a new technologist

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden has named the agency's top advisor for technology.

CSC option pickup continues IT, procurement support for NASA

With NASA exercising the second option period of its Shared Services Center contract, CSC will continue to provide the financial management, IT and other support to the space agency.

Agencies don't account for all program costs, experts say

Auditors at GAO found that several agencies with interagency contracts and those that help with acquisitions don’t carefully account for all the costs of their programs.

NASA chief technologist stepping down

Bobby Braun is returning to his pre-NASA life.

NASA to spend $175M on new space technologies

NASA believes new spending will allow the human race to send new spacecraft and humans deeper into space.

Space shuttle contractors to shed 1,000 workers

Since the final space shuttle flight landed on July 21, about 1,000 employees will be cut from the program by the end of August.

The long tail of space shuttle tech

Even though the Atlantis' 12-day mission marks the close of the shuttle era, you might be surprised at some of the beneficial technologies the program leaves behind.

Videoconferencing wins over more than just rocket scientists

Videoconferencing is becoming a compelling technology that can allow government customers to collaborate without leaving their offices or spending time and money on travel.