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CASE STUDY: COLLABORATION AT THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS ANDSPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA)Background:

CASE STUDY: COLLABORATION AT THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND

SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA)

Background: During and before the Apollo program years at NASA, it was the primary government organization involved in all space technology decisions.  Since the Space Shuttle Program, NASA has been reinvented.  It transformed from a closed system with a hierarchy that develops its technologies internally to an open and collaborative network that promotes innovation and collaboration with other public and private organizations. NASA has become more interdependent.

· Using the readings in the Agranoff text, the articles in the course, and your research, describe this new collaborative approach at NASA. 

· Use the Moon to Mars Mission (Artemis-Orion).  Bridge the theories to the case situation. 

· Do these theories apply?  Explain. 


General Requirements

· Place Page Numbers in the header or footer.

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Title Page with a Case Study and its title, student name, course, section, and date

· Double-space text, indent paragraphs 0.5”, use required APA 7th Edition Style Guide, 
paragraph spacing should be 0 pt. Before and after new paragraphs, use a dictionary and thesaurus, and edit the document before submitting.

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Paraphrase rather than endless quoted text. No plagiarism

· No idioms, jargon, or improper phrasing.

Please divide your paper into sections WITH section titles.

 

· CASE 4: COLLABORATION AT NASA (all caps, bold, centered)

· Introduction (bold, centered)

· Describe the Reinvention of NASA (bold, centered)

· Describe NASA’S New Open Collaboration Network of Innovation (bold, centered)

· Discuss How NASA Has Become More Interdependent (bold, centered)

· Use the Moon to Mars Program to Describe This New Collaboration Approach (bold, centered)

· Conclusion (bold, centered)

References (Bold, Flush Left)

Sources

Agranoff, R., & Radin, B. A. (2015). Deil Wright’s overlapping model of intergovernmental relations: The basis for contemporary intergovernmental relationships. Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 45(1), 139-159.

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