Glenn Mahone/Doc Mirelson
|March 4, 2003|
RELEASE: 03-091NASA encourages interested individuals to participate in agency advisory activities. To encourage participation, and to ensure NASA remains accountable to the American people, attendees at all public NASA Advisory Committee meetings will be admitted to NASA Headquarters, NASA Centers, and NASA component facilities, subject to NASA security requirements, but without any requirement for pre-clearance.
NASA no longer requires advance notice of attendance at public
Advisory Committee meetings. Any request for individuals to provide
advance notice of their planned attendance at a NASA Advisory Committee
meeting will only be used to expedite admittance.
Foreign nationals attending a NASA Advisory Committee meeting are
required to provide the information required by Procedures and Guidelines
for Foreign Access to NASA Centers (NPG 1371.2). The information
may be provided in advance to expedite admittance on the day of
NASA Advisory Committee meetings include meetings of the NASA Advisory
Council, the Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel, the Aerospace Technology
Advisory Committee, the Biological and Physical Research Advisory
Committee, the Earth System Science and Applications Advisory Committee,
the Minority Business Resource Advisory Committee, the Planetary
Protection Advisory Committee, the Space Flight Advisory Committee,
the Space Science Advisory Committee, and related Subcommittees.
NASA Advisory Committee meetings are usually scheduled at agency
facilities, unless the subject of the meeting is best considered
at a non-NASA location. Times and dates of meetings will be posted
on the NASA Web site to encourage public attendance.
For more information about NASA on the Internet: http://www.nasa.gov.
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