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Executive MosaicExecutiveGov unveiled a number of timely and important news items this week geared toward the government and government contracting executive.
One major piece of news the website reported was the resignation of a NASA official.
Lori Garver will step down as NASA deputy administrator and take up a new post with the Air Line Pilots Association.
She will leave the agency Sept 6 after four years as its number two official.
Garver has worked in space policy for most of her career, including stints at Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and the Planetary Society.
“In a time of great change and challenge, she has been a remarkable leader who has consistently shown great vision and commitment to NASA and the aerospace industry,” NASA Administrator Charles Bolden said in an agency statement.
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In other news on the government website, the V-22 Osprey, specifically one designed for Air Force One support, was used for the first time.
The Marine Corps deployed several Osprey aircraft Saturday to escort a presidential flight to the island of Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts.
Boeing and Bell Helicopter jointly designed the Osprey to take off vertically, travel faster and carry more payload than the older CH-46E presidential support helicopter.
President Obama dropped plans to buy a new fleet of Marine One helicopters in 2009 because of budgetary issues.
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