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Welcome to Employee Orientation for new, transferring and detailed NASA employees. This site provides the essential information, forms, contacts, and checklists that you will need to begin working at your new NASA duty station. Your orientation starts here and will continue with onsite in-processing, briefings, training, and management receptions. To get started, select your employee type from the left navigation menu and follow the checklist.
Charles F. Bolden

Charles F. Bolden, Jr

Welcome to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA is a great place to work, but our family is only as good as you choose to help make it. You are joining a talented and dedicated employee team at a critical time in our agency’s history.
For more than 50 years, the men and women of NASA have contributed to major achievements in human and robotic space exploration and ground-breaking scientific discoveries, increasing our knowledge of the universe and our home planet, while improving life on Earth through new technologies derived from NASA research.  
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