NASA believes sharing information with the public increases awareness of and appreciation for our Nation’s history and inspires others to get involved in America’s space program. As NASA moves forward, it is paramount that we remain steadfast in communicating with you, the general public, NASA’s commitment to embrace innovation, develop transformative technologies, and make extraordinary discoveries in space and here on Earth.
Charles F. Bolden, Jr.
NASA’s Public Communications Office is committed to providing information to the general public, and your interest in NASA and America’s space program is greatly appreciated. However, as NASA receives thousands of communications each week from all over the world, it is not always possible to meet your expected response time. Therefore, you are strongly encouraged to use the NASA Web site for finding the information you are seeking or the answers to your questions. NASA also invites you to consider using one or more of the following easy and convenient communications tools for receiving NASA Updates on the exciting work NASA is doing.
Subscribe to E-mail Delivery – Simply go to www.nasa.gov, enter your e-mail address, set your delivery preferences, and choose your area(s) of interest.
Receive Updates by RSS (Really Simple Syndication) – NASA RSS Feeds are available at http://www.nasa.gov/rss/index.html.
- Join Twitter at http://twitter.com/NASA.
Boy and Girl Scouts
NASA Information - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
Implementing the Recovery Act at NASA
Among the key purposes of the Recovery Act are preserving and creating jobs, spurring technological advances in science and health, and promoting economic recovery. NASA has an important role to play in achieving these purposes through the program and facilities investments it will make with Recovery Act funding.
Visit http://www.nasa.gov/recovery/index.html to learn about the exciting work NASA is doing to contribute to America's economic recovery.
Send a non-Recovery Act comment or question to NASA via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit http://www.nasa.gov/recovery/contact_us.html to submit a Recovery Act comment or question.
- Visit Recovery.gov a Web site that empowers Citizens to hold the government accountable for every dollar spent. NASA, along with every other federal agency, is required to provide spending and performance data on a weekly, monthly, quarterly, and as required basis.