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2012 IEEE Aerospace Conference
Increases in NASA mission costs are well-noted but not well-understood, and there is little evidence that they are decreasing in frequency or amount over time (Bitten and Freaner, 2010). The need to control spending has led to analysis of the causes and magnitude of historical mission overruns, and many program control efforts are being implemented to attempt to prevent or mitigate the problem (NPR 7120). However, cost overruns have not abated, and while some direct causes of increased spendingdoi:10.1109/aero.2012.6187409 fatcat:w5s3alv545eqjetywzwo3n5csu