NASA Vet George Morrow Joins ASRC Federal as Space Strategy VP

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George Morrow

George Morrow, former acting director of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, has been named vice president of space strategy at ASRC Federal.

He will oversee ASRC Federal’s efforts to expand business relationships in the government sector and grow space-related offerings in adjacent markets, the company said Monday.

The 33-year space domain veteran previously served as deputy center director at NASA Goddard for more than four years.

Before that, Morrow led the center’s flight projects directorate and oversaw more than 40 missions during his tenure as director and deputy director of that unit.

He left the space agency in February 2001 to work as an executive at aerospace company Jackson and Tull and returned to Goddard two years later.

His government service awards include the NASA Distinguished Service Medal and the Presidential Rank Award of Meritorious Executive.

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