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The Consolidated Space Operations Center (CSOC) is a proposed Department of Defense (DOD) facility for conducting military operations in space. As currently being planned by the Air Force, it is supposed to consist of a Satellite Operations Complex and a Shuttle Operations and Planning Complex, with the eventual addition of other satellite mission control complexes. THE CONSOLIDATED SPACE OPERATIONS CENTER: IS NOT SUPPORTED BY ADEQUATE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT PLANNING Code (OSD Case #) 1, -- Ref: RECOMMENDATIONS (p iii) "We recommend that the Secretary of Defense take immediate action to: - designate a single agency for management of m ilitary space development. Space Operations Center Lacks Adequate DOD Planning" (MASAD, Jan. 29, ). Our review dealt specifically with the Department of Defense activities, and its interrelationship with the NASA- managed Space Transportation System was a secondary issue. In. COMPTROLLER GENERAL'S CONSOLIDATED SPACE OPERATIONS REPORT TO THE CONGRESS CENTER LACKS DOD PLANNING DIGEST LThe Consolidated Space Operations Center (CSOC) is a proposed Department of Defense (DOD) facil-ity for conducting military operations in space. As currently being planned by the Air Force, it is supposed to consist of a .
the Comptroller General of the United States that the DoD’s Consolidated Space Operations Center lacked adequate planning That letter included the following: We fully recognize that space does have unique aspects and that the support structure is large and expensive to operate. For this reason. • Elaborates on the planning and execution of space operations to include the joint space tasking order process. • Removes several appendices and incorporates relevant material into the main text. • Updates several naming conventions. • Expands Service-specific contributions to space operations. • Includes updates to be consistent with national policy, Department of Defense issuances, and other File Size: 1MB. Military Health System (MHS): DoD Space Planning Criteria for Health Facilities The DoD Medical Space Planning Criteria lists specific requirements, which define and provide specialized working environments within medical facilities according to departments . Preparing DoD space reports for the NCR, based on information submitted under the provisions of DoD Instruction (reference (g)) for submission to GSA and other external sources as required. Developing, coordinating and implementing master space planning.
Report To The Congress OF THE UNITED STATES Consolidated Space Operations Center Lacks Adequate DOD Planning The Department of Defense is planning con- struction of a Consolidated Space Operations Center near Colorado Springs in FY . Military Space Operations: Planning, Funding, and Acquisition Challenges Facing Efforts to Strengthen Space Control: Gao [U. S. Government Accountability Office (, U. S. Government Accountability Office (] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Military Space Operations: Planning, Funding, and Acquisition Challenges Facing Efforts to Strengthen Space Control: GaoFormat: Paperback. GAO discussed Department of Defense (DOD) planning for a Consolidated Space Operations Center (CSOC). GAO focused on overall military space planning and its implications for the development of the center. DOD has recognized the need for . Area for toilet, shower, and locker space for personnel in clean area of Material Services, Biomedical Equipment Maintenance, Housekeeping and Plant Maintenance Services to change and store clothing plus adequate space and equipment in lounge for use as conference room.