Two senior policy advisers to Donald Trump, Robert S. Walker and Peter Navarro, have published on op-ed in SpaceNews outlining the presidential candidate’s space policy. You can read it here.
“Public-private partnerships should be the foundation of our space efforts. Such partnerships offer not only the benefit of reduced costs, but the benefit of partners capable of thinking outside of bureaucratic structures and regulations.”
OK, that seems to have pretty broad acceptance.
“Despite its importance in our economic and security calculations, space policy is uncoordinated within the federal government. A Trump administration would end the lack of proper coordination by reinstituting a national space policy council headed by the vice president.”
OK, better coordination.
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