NASA eyes personnel reductions to save lunar mission

10/15/2009 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

NASA could save up to $2 billion a year through deep cuts in personnel costs -- money that could help keep the agency's ambitious lunar mission alive. Deputy Administrator Lori Garver reportedly has told contractors employee costs may be slashed up to 20%, though such a move would likely encounter determined resistance on Capitol Hill.

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