Larry N. Sweet, Chief Information Officer

Larry Sweet, NASA CIOLarry N. Sweet is NASA’s Chief Information Officer. Mr. Sweet joined the NASA Office of the CIO (OCIO) in June 2013. Sweet leads the agency’s information technology efforts and capabilities. He is responsible for ensuring NASA’s information assets are in line with federal policies, procedures and legislation. He also manages a number of other major IT efforts, including the Information Technology Infrastructure Integration Program (I3P), which consolidates and integrates NASA’s IT services to enable collaboration and reduce costs to the agency. :::Read more:::

IDEAS To Enhance Operations on Earth and in Space

Integrated Display and Environmental Awareness System Imagine that you are an engineer or technician working on a critical space system and all the information you need is immediately available to you when you need it. All your work procedures, not just the ones you happen to have with you, are accessible on demand. You can quickly document your work with images and text with ease. Every move you make is recorded on demand, and you can play it back later for training or analysis.  ::: Read More :::

Going Paperless

Going Paperless At NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), improvements to the business process are as valuable as those that apply directly to the missions. This is especially apparent in the JPL Acquisition Division, which in partnership with the JPL Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), has created the Interactive Acquisition Network (IAN). ::: Read More :::

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