Griffin: Early SDA 'management churn' comes with the territory

August 13, 2019 at 3:38 PM
The Pentagon's under secretary of defense for research and engineering today rejected reports of turmoil at the fledgling Space Development Agency, attributing management changes and a lack of congressional buy-in to the standard disruption that comes with establishing any new organization. "I can't execute a shopping trip to Home Depot without some turmoil and commotion," Mike Griffin said today, speaking at the Hudson Institute. "Don't expect us to stand up a new capability with no management churn. If that's your...

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