1: The Commission's Charter
2: Space: Today and the Future
3: U.S. Objectives for Space
4: Organizations that Affect National Security Space
5: Management of National Security Space Activities
6: Organizing and Managing for the Future
7: Conclusions of the Commission
Report of the Commission to Assess United States National Security
Space Management and Organization
report provides the Commission's assessment of the organization
and management of space activities in support of U.S. national security.
Members of the Commission were appointed by the chairmen and ranking
minority members of the House and Senate Armed Services Committees
and by the Secretary of Defense in consultation with the Director
of Central Intelligence.
with section 1623 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal
Year 2000 (P.L. 106-65), the commission submitted the report of the
Commission to Assess United States Security Space Management and Organization.
The Commission's report was unanimous. The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld
served as a member and chairman of the Commission from its inception
until December 28, 2000, when he was nominated for the position of
Secretary of Defense by President-elect George W. Bush.
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