Garver Drove Shift In Space Policy

By Frank Morring, Jr.
Source: Aviation Week & Space Technology
January 13, 2014
Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls

Lori Garver does not inspire ambivalence. Few who worked with her when she was deputy NASA administrator came away from the experience with a neutral opinion.

To some, she is a ruthless powerhouse whose abrasive ego has run roughshod over opponents, leaving in her wake lost careers and hurt feelings as she trashed policy adversaries among the U.S. space agency's civil servants and congressional backers.

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