How to report technical concerns
The NESC provides an independent line of communication to ensure that all NASA employees have an alternate path for reporting technical concerns and to encourage consideration of all viewpoints on critical technical issues.
All general questions and requests for NESC technical reviews should be sent to NESC@nasa.gov. Anonymous technical requests may be made by mailing them to NESC, NASA Langley Research Center, Mail Stop 112, Hampton, VA, 23681.
Each NASA field center and Headquarters has a NESC representative on site to serve as a point of contact for center-based issues related to the NESC.
Center contacts are Michael S. Freeman, Ames Research Center; Michael W. Kehoe, Dryden; Derrick J. Cheston, Glenn Research Center; Michael Hagopian, Goddard Space Flight Center; John E. Tinsley, NASA Headquarters; Matthew R. Landano, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; David A. Hamilton, Johnson Space Center; Timmy R. Wilson, Kennedy Space Center; Michael G. Gilbert, Langley Research Center; Danny Johnston, Marshall Space Flight Center; and T. Randy Galloway, Stennis Space Center.