Carries out coordination of technology investments across the Agency, including the mission-focused investments managed by the NASA mission directorates, as well as the game changing and crosscutting technologies addressed within OCT.
A set of governance guidelines that will define the Agency’s technology coordination, integration and planning activities.
NASA internal ruling bodies commissioned to provide Agency-level technology integration, coordination and strategic planning.
The needed discoveries and technology developments that will expand human presence in space, manage in-space resources, and enable transformational space exploration and scientific discovery.
A set of documents that provides recommendations covering NASA’s current and planned technology investments over a 20-year horizon, with greater detail provided over the first 10 years. (See Technology Roadmap Areas below).
An Agency-wide process and system for tracking all of the significant technology investments, activities, and products by NASA.
A series of comprehensive technical assessment studies and investigations to determine the pros and cons of pursuing various technology pathways and technology development strategies.
Reports that document NASA’s technology performance and planning information in quarterly and yearly reports.
Strategic Integration Office members are assigned to NASA Mission Directorates as Points of Contact, to facilitate effective bi-directional communications.
Strategic Integration Office member’s roles and responsibilities.
The Center Chief Technologist at each NASA field Center works on behalf of the Center as a member of the OCT staff.