Bridenstine Affirms Support For New Space Policy Directive Written 20 June 2018

ExecutiveGov reports that NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has affirmed his agency’s support for the White House’s move to “enforce a new directive that seeks to increase the security and safety of US space systems.” According to Bridenstine’s statement, released Tuesday, Space Policy Directive-3 “builds on our continued progress implementing SPD-1, which is galvanizing American space leadership by returning to the Moon with commercial and international partners, and SPD-2, which will create regulatory certainty for entrepreneurs to raise capital to grow the American economy in space.” Bridenstine outlined NASA’s plans to coordinate with the National Space Council, Department of Commerce, and other government partners. 
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