Obama names task force to oversee NASA job-development funds

05/5/2010 | Space News International

President Barack Obama has appointed a task force charged with determining how the $40 million the president pledged to help build jobs and economic development near NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Fla., once the space shuttle program is canceled, will be spent. The task force will be led by Commerce Secretary Gary Locke and NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and will include senior leaders from several other cabinet-level agencies.

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