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Office of the Chief Engineer - Divisions

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Overview

The Office of the Chief Engineer provides policy direction, oversight, and assessment for the NASA engineering and program management communities and serves as principal advisor to the NASA Administrator and other senior officials on matters pertaining to the technical readiness and execution of NASA programs and projects. Below are the organizational divisions within the Office of the Chief Engineer.

Divisions of the Office of the Chief Engineer

Engineering and Program Management Division

Engineering Policy, Practice and Development Division (EPPD)

The Engineering and Policy Management Division mission is to provide policy and practice direction for the Agency's engineering community, including software and system engineering.
NASA Engineering and Safety Center

NASA Engineering and Safety Center (NESC)

The NASA Engineering and Safety Center (NESC) performs value-added independent testing, analysis, and assessments of NASA's high-risk projects to ensure safety and mission success. The NESC engages proactively to help NASA avoid future problems.
Advanced Planning and Analysis Division

Program and Project Management Policy, Practice and Development Division (PMPD)

The Program & Project Management Division is responsible for the development of program and project management policy.

Chief Knowledge Office (CKO)

Ensures that the agency's practitioners have access to critical knowledge when they need it and to capture and share.
Page Last Updated: February 4th, 2015
Page Editor: Ian Batchelder