Passed in 1966, the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) provides the public and
industry a means of acquiring information about Federal Government activities.
+ Return to LaRC FOIA Home
Other Sources of Public Information
+ NASA Acquisition Internet
NAIS is a World-Wide Web (WWW) service, from which industry has immediate
access to current acquisition information over the Internet. NAIS is a
collection of on-line servers operated at each NASA field installation, and all
are interconnected to ease the vendor's access to all NASA acquisitions.
+ Office of Information and Privacy
The Office of Information and Privacy (OIP) manages the Departmental
responsibilities related to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and the
+ U.S. Superintendent of
A service of the U.S. Government Printing Office that provides free
electronic access to a wealth of important information products produced by the
+ National Technical Information Service
The official source for government-sponsored U.S.
and worldwide scientific, technical, engineering, and business-related
+ Earth Resources
Observation Systems (EROS) Data Center
Archives more than 8 million photographs taken from airplanes, an immense
storehouse of information on land-surface phenomena, the distributed active
archive center, or DAAC, for land processes on behalf of NASA's Mission to
Planet Earth, and also designated a World Data Center to hold and share Earth
+ NASA Scientific and Technical
Information Program (STI-CASI)
rovides ready access to over 3 million aerospace and related citations.
Powerful search capabilities offer access to both the latest and most important
historical information about aerospace, aeronautics and related topics.
+ NASA Technical Report Server (NTRS)
Browse/search bibliographic information from all NASA centers, institutes
and projects simultaneously. View/retrieve the related abstracts and full text
of many of the reports.