NASA Guidelines for Quality of Information

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NASA Guidelines for Quality of Information

In accordance with the President's Management Council, NASA implements the following Office of Management and Budget (OMB) requirements for quality of information.

Section 515, "OMB Guidelines for Ensuring and Maximizing the Quality, Objectivity, Utility, and Integrity of Information Disseminated by Federal Agencies"

NASA Guidelines for Quality of Information

Requests to NASA for Review (RFR) NASA Responses to Requests for Review
RFR_10-28-06_Mars Exploration Rover (73KB) RFR_Response_10-28-06_Mars Exploration Rover (102KB)

Posting of Correction Requests. On August 30, 2004, OMB instructed agencies to post their information quality correction requests for FY2004 and for subsequent years on "publicly-available web pages.".

OMB "Information Quality Bulletin for Peer Review"

M-05-03: Issuance of OMB’s “Final Information Quality Bulleting for Peer Review”

Revised Information Quality Bulletin on Peer Review (April 15, 2004)

Peer Review Agenda

Based on the review conducted, NASA has not identified any upcoming influential scientific information (including highly influential scientific assessments) within the definitions promulgated by OMB’s Bulletin M-05-03, Final Information Quality Bulletin on Peer Review. Therefore NASA has no agenda of forthcoming influential scientific disseminations to post on its website in accordance with the Bulletin. If such documents are identified, they will be posted for public review.


NASA Information Quality Annual Reports:

NASA Peer Review Bulletin Annual Reports:


The point of contact for all issues related to the NASA Information Quality Act Peer Review Agenda is:

Office of the Chief Information Officer

Page Last Updated: March 22nd, 2016
Page Editor: Michael Porterfield