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As part of its annual FISMA work, the NASA Office of Inspector General examined an Agency-operated information system known as a Center Communications System (CCS), operated at Marshall Space Flight Center, and found that NASA had not taken corrective action to address information security control deficiencies in a timely manner.
The NASA Office of Inspector General evaluated NASA’s efforts to mitigate the risks posed by orbital debris (space junk) as well as the Agency’s coordination efforts with international and commercial organizations to address the issue.
Will NASA’s VIPER lunar rover stay on schedule and within budget for its planned 2023 mission to map water ice on the Moon’s South Pole? We’ll examine these and other questions in our next audit.
In our second audit on the Artemis program, we look at NASA’s organizational, programmatic, and acquisition approaches to landing astronauts on the Moon by 2024. Meanwhile, check out our last audit on Artemis:https://oig.nasa.gov/docs/IG-21-004.pdf
The Office of Inspector General assessed NASA’s initial acquisition strategy for the Artemis missions with respect to meeting schedule, cost, and performance goals.
IG Martin announces an audit assessing the effectiveness of Ames Research Center’s lease management practices.
The Office of Inspector General assessed NASA’s strategic workforce planning, training, and certification of its acquisition workforce.
IG Martin announces an audit assessing the effectiveness of NASA’s cost estimating and reporting practices for large, multi-mission programs such as those supporting the Artemis program.
IG Martin testifies before Congress on NASA’s cybersecurity challenges and emerging issues for increased telework during COVID-19 pandemic.
The Office of Inspector General assessed NASA’s management of its planetary science portfolio, which consists of 30 space flight missions in various stages of operation, and examined whether its Planetary Science Division is meeting its goals and priorities.
The Office of Inspector General evaluated NASA’s management of the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) Program relative to cost, technical performance, and scientific return.
IG Martin announces a review of the impact COVID-19 is having on the Agency’s major programs and projects including any cost and schedule performance challenges and technical issues.
IG Martin announces a review of NASA’s management and development of its next generation spacesuits for Artemis missions and future deep space applications.
• The Office of Inspector General evaluated NASA’s policies and practices regarding the use of non-Agency mobile IT devices to conduct NASA business.
IG Martin announces a review of the safety challenges NASA faces returning humans to the Moon by 2024.
The Office of Inspector General examined NASA’s Orion Program and evaluated its adherence to cost, schedule, and performance goals in readying the crew vehicle for the Artemis I and Artemis II missions.
Review of NASA’s Information Security Program under the Federal Information Security Modernization for Fiscal Year 2019
A Review of Allegations of Unauthorized Activity by an Executive Assistant to a Former NASA Administrator
See Report: https://oig.nasa.gov/docs/InvestigativeSummary2020.pdf
NASA Office of Inspector General (OIG) issues Semiannual Report to Congress highlighting OIG accomplishments during the past 6 months.
IG Martin announces an audit assessing NASA’s compliance with the Geospatial Data Act of 2018.
The Office of Inspector General evaluated the Agency’s fiscal year 2019 compliance with the Improper Payments Information Act.
IG Martin announces an audit assessing the Agency’s purchase and travel card programs to analyze the risk of illegal, improper, or erroneous transactions.
IG Martin announces a review examining NASA’s Information Security Program under the Federal Information Security Modernization Act for Fiscal Year 2020.
The Office of Inspector General examined NASA’s management of the Low-Boom Flight Demonstrator project to assess whether it is meeting cost, schedule, and performance goals.
IG Martin announces reviews of FY19 audit reports by independent public accounting firms examining Agency Exchange and Morale Support Activities.
IG Martin announces audit assessing the extent to which the Agency is effectively managing its facility construction efforts.
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