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  Under the leadership of its director, Headquarters is managed by a system of directorates. The directorates and their functions are as follows:
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WELCOME TO NASA HEADQUARTERS!
 
 Welcome to Employee Orientation for NASA Headquarters (HQ) employees. This site provides essential information, contacts, and checklists you will need to begin working at Headquarters. Your orientation continues with onsite in-processing, briefings, and training. To get started, select your employee type from the list above and follow the checklist.
 
 
CENTER DIRECTOR'S WELCOME
 
Jay M. Henn

Jay M. Henn, Executive Director, Office of Headquarters Operations

Welcome to the NASA Aeronautics and Space Administration, ranked number three in the 2009 Federal Human capital Survey as one of “The Best Places to Work” in the Federal government.

You have joined the NASA Headquarters team. NASA Headquarters is responsible for developing, coordinating, and promulgating Agency policy. We set program direction at the highest level. We have primary responsibility for NASA’s communications with the White House and congress, and we are the Agency’s focal point for accountability with external organizations. We guide and integrate budget development, define the Agency’s long-term institutional investments, and lead and coordinate Agency-wide functions.  

Welcome to the NASA Headquarters team!
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Since its inception in 1958, NASA has accomplished many great scientific and technological feats in air and space. NASA technology also has been adapted for many nonaerospace uses by the private sector. NASA remains a leading force in scientific research and in stimulating public interest in aerospace exploration, as well as science and technology in general.
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