Awesome! Congrats for innovating this world into a better place. If you have an unsolicited proposal for a procurement-related project, these guidelines may help you. You may also submit unsolicited research proposals to NASA. Please be aware that our Open Innovation team does not accept unsolicited proposals nor can we review your work and pay you for it. We're in the open data, open source, collaborative problem-solving business.
We have a number of opportunities for you to apply your problem-solving skills to a NASA challenge. NASAsolve is a website dedicated to citizen challenges. We'd love to have your innovation talents applied to our Space Apps challenges. If you've created something unique from NASA data outside of a NASA challenge, visit Data Stories to share your work. Please allow our team a bit of time to review your stories. We're a lean team.
We have a website just for you: nasajobs.nasa.gov. Also, you can browse federal job announcements through USAjobs, which lists all NASA openings. If you're not a citizen of the United States, you may want to contact space agencies where you live. Remember, you can always take part in Space Apps no matter where in the world you live.
Travel is always tight for our team. If you have an event in the Washington, DC or Mountain View/San Francisco areas, we would be happy to share our openNASA activities and insights -- schedule permitting. Please send an invitiation, along with information about the event and what you'd like us to share, to email@example.com.
We have a new feature on our Data Portal for you to nominate a dataset for us to add to our openData inventory. We'll do our best to find it and format the data using the federal metadata schema. Please be patient with us. Sometimes our best data likes to hide in server located at one of the 10 NASA Centers. We're good data detectives, but the search may take time.
We'd love to hear your suggestions. This is a good time to collect your feedback so that we can plan ahead for the 2016 update. Provide your comments below the current Open Government Plan.
The NASA jobs website has a section on the Astronaut career track, and provides information on what education is required, as well as information on selection and training. Good luck! We hope to see you in space someday soon!!
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