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More CASIS Chaos: Staff Departures And Arrivals

21 Feb 2019, 21:52 UTC
More CASIS Chaos: Staff Departures And Arrivals
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When @ISS_CASIS does not like the news coverage that they are getting their response is to stop sending news releases to the news organization whose coverage they do not like thus decreasing the good news that would otherwise be reported. pic.twitter.com/zDPxG0oU8Y— NASA Watch (@NASAWatch) February 19, 2019
Looks like @ISS_CASIS lost two more staff yesterday. That's 3 resignations from #CASIS in just three weeks. Since they already have problems using all of the ISS resources that @NASA gives them then this certainly does not help resolve that situation. pic.twitter.com/5tll3qLjEh— NASA Watch (@NASAWatch) February 21, 2019
Christopher Ingraham, who used to work in the congressional office of @NASA Administrator @JimBridenstine , started to work at @ISS_CASIS in January on strategic partnerships. Perhaps he can help elevate visibility on some of the ongoing problems that #CASIS has. pic.twitter.com/Z8x73ciSyZ— NASA Watch (@NASAWatch) February 21, 2019

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