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Regulatory Risk Analysis and Communication (RRAC)
 

The United States Capitol Building
The United States Capitol Building.

Regulatory Risk Analysis and Communication (RRAC)

Mission, Goals, and Objectives

The RRAC team proactively identifies, evaluates, and communicates regulatory issues of interest to the NASA Stakeholder community. RRAC communicates regulatory issues to the NASA community by providing:

  • Biweekly regulatory reviews and risk analyses (distributed to email subscribers within the NASA stakeholder community and archived on this website).
  • Regulatory alerts and summaries for significant rulemakings (distributed to email subscribers within the NASA stakeholder community and archived on this website).
  • Briefings to Working Groups, Programs, and other NASA stakeholders.

RRAC also conducts regulatory outreach activities and assists the NASA community in regulatory risk mitigation.

How RRAC Supports NASA's Mission

The RRAC group supports the NASA Programs, Centers, and related stakeholders when representing their interests to environmental regulators during rulemaking activities. RRAC provides additional support by identifying, analyzing, and communicating potential risks to the NASA mission from both emerging and existing regulations.

RRAC Regulatory Drivers

Major Federal Laws and Executive Orders

State Laws and Regulations

  • State Environmental Agencies

RRAC Point of Contact

Sharon Scroggins - Team Leader – NASA Lead Center for RRAC

Related Links

NASA RRAC Website

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Page Last Updated: January 14th, 2014
Page Editor: NASA Administrator