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Office of International and Interagency Relations Mission

The mission of the Office of International and Interagency Relations (OIIR) is to provide executive leadership and coordination for all NASA international and interagency activities and partnerships, and for policy interactions between NASA and other U.S. Executive Branch offices and agencies.

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About OIIR

OIIR serves as the principal Agency liaison with the National Security Council, the Office of Science and Technology Policy, and U.S. departments and agencies.
OIIR is responsible for:

  • Ensuring that NASA’s international engagements are in alignment with Administration direction and U.S. laws and regulations
  • Negotiating cooperative and reimbursable agreements with foreign space and aeronautics partners
  • Providing advice and guidance to Agency leadership on the implementation of NASA interagency and international partnerships
  • Providing management oversight and staff support of NASA’s advisory committees, commissions and panels
  • Managing the NASA Export Control Program
  • Coordinating foreign travel by NASA employees

OIIR Liaison Offices

Find location and contact information for NASA offices in Asia, Europe, and Russia.

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