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Government Documents on Space Policy: Congressional

Government Documents on Space Policy

Congressional

Congressional Sources
The U.S. Congress is responsible for funding federal space programs and conducting
oversight on the performance of these programs. Congressional committees issue
numerous publications on space policy. Examples include:

Congressional Record (Online 1994-present)(Also available via Proquest U.S. Congressional Serial Set HSSE Repository X/A
Government Accountability Office Reports MEL MF GA 1.13:

Office of Technology Assessment Reports 
(Congressional support agency from 1973-1995)

 

 

HSSE DOC Y 3.T 22/2:

House Appropriations Committee
(Rep. Pete Visclosky (D-IN) is a member of this committee.)

HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents

HSSE MF Y 4.AP 6/1:

House Oversight & Government Reform Committee
 

HERE and HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents.

HSSE DOC Y 4.G 74/7:

House Science Committee 

(Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) is a member of this committee.)

HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents.

HSSE DOC Y 4.SCI 2:

Senate Appropriations Committee
(Appropriations committees are excellent project expenditure information sources.)

HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents.

HSSE MF Y 4.AP 6/2:
Senate Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee (1959-1974)

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HIKS REPO Y 4.AE 8

Senate Commerce, Science, & Transportation Committee HSSE DOC Y 4.C 73/7
(Senator Todd Young (R-IN) is a member of this committee.)

HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents.

Congressional Budget Office HSSE DOC Y 10

Congressional Research Service Reports (Various sites)

Future of NASA:  Space Policy Issues Affecting Congress

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