28 April 1998
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 1998 08:15:56 -0700 (PDT) From: "Chris L. Kuszmaul" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: NASA 'educating' scientists to restrict free speech. Hi, my name is Chris Kuszmaul. I am a contractor at NASA Ames research center. I feel it would be valuable for the general scientific community to be aware of some upcoming classes designed to educate scientists here regarding what they may and may not write on the internet, or any public forum. -------------------- begin excerpt -------------------- NASA has begun responding to recent new legislation and regulations regarding the export of information or material with potential use as a weapon of mass destruction or international business competitiveness advantage. All personnel creating information, equipment or material falling within this category are now responsible to control its transfer according to regulations. NASA has created an Export Control Administrator at each Center responsible to implement a program which provides for the review, classification and approval (or disapproval) of the export of material or information which may be subject to limitations. The Center has arranged for the outreach program offices of the U.S. Customs and the Bureau of Export Administration (BXA), U.S. Department of Commerce, to conduct a brief class on their Agency's regulatory requirements in partial fulfilment of this required training. Everyone is welcome to attend, but this is a mandatory briefing for researchers, engineers and equipment developers. This session will deal with the enforcement of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), issues of the Commerce Control List (CCL), and Export Classification Control Number (ECCN). This particular session covers the regulatory requirement for the authors of scientific, technical materials and software developers. Anyone who generates and develops such materials, or sends NASA commodities overseas must attend this session. These specifically include NRC, Ames Associates, grant recipients, students, IPA's, contractors, civil service employees and all others who publish on behalf of NASA. The EAR, CCL, ECCN are important in completing block III of the Document Availability Authorization (DAA)(Form 1676). Each session will be approximately 15-20 minutes. A question and answer session will follow after the talk. The dates, time, and location are indicated below. Attendance at one session is sufficient to fulfill the regulatory requirements. Dates Time Location May 7, 1998 10 am Bldg. 213, Rm 261 .... --------------------------------------- As the text above says, everybody is welcome to attend. CLK
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 1998 10:09:52 -0700 (PDT) From: "Chris L. Kuszmaul" <email@example.com> To: John Young <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: NASA 'educating' scientists to restrict free speech. Cc: email@example.com > What is the city and state of Building 213? That would be Moffett Field (adjacent to Mountain View) California. Being on base, one would need a visitor's badge to get to the building. I would be happy to provide for one to a limited number of interested people. There is a mechanism in place for people coming from off base to attend educational seminars open to the public, but I do not know what it is. I believe Marcia Redmond regularly coordinates this task for events happening in the building I work in, perhaps she could be of some help (I am ccing her). CLK PS: Marcia, there is an educational seminar happening on base that is open to everyone, and I felt some people who do not work on base would like to attend - can you advise us on the easiest way for people to attend?
Date: Wed, 29 Apr 1998 14:13:40 -0700 (PDT) From: "Marcia E. Redmond" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Subject: Re: NASA 'educating' scientists to restrict free speech. Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org John: To obtain information regarding requirements for off-base visitors to attend the 'educational seminar' mentioned in Chris Kuszmaul's email, please contact the Ames Visitor Control/Badging Office at (650) 604-1500. - Marcia - Marcia Redmond NAS/ACSF/HPCC Technical Training NASA Ames Research Center (650) 604-4373 email@example.com