Is this the end of “cost plus” contracting?
“But the odds of NASA ever ordering a rocket in the slow, expensive manner in which it procured SLS—and the space shuttle decades earlier—have fallen to near-zero as commercial space companies reinvent American spaceflight.
‘I really think this the endpoint of the traditional approach to space development,’ says John M. Logsdon, professor emeritus at the Space Policy Institute of George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs. ‘The approach that was pioneered with commercial crew is much more likely to be the way forward.'”
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