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NASA announces major leadership changes
Posted: Sun, Aug 14, 2005, 10:31 AM ET (1431 GMT)
NASA NASA announced Friday a number of new appointments to its senior management. William Gerstenmaier will be the agency's new associate administrator for space operations, replacing William Readdy, who will remain as a special assistant to the administrator until October, when he will retire from the agency. Mike Suffredini will replace Gerstenmaier as ISS program manager. NASA also named Mary Cleave as associate administrator for the Science Mission Directorate and Colleen Hartman as the deputy associate administrator in that office. The agency named Brian Chase as the assistant administrator for legislative affairs, and Lisa Porter and Michael Ralsky as senior advisors to the administrator. The announcements were timed to the end of the 120-day moratorium on senior management changes after Michael Griffin became NASA administrator.
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