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Biennial "Call for Ideas"

Every other year the Multimission Ground Systems and Services Office (MGSS) solicits ideas for evolving and improving NASA’s Advanced Multimission Operations System (AMMOS).  The AMMOS provides multimission ground system tools and services that enable mission customers to operate at a lower total cost to NASA while providing broad-ranging capability, high reliability, and outstanding performance.  This “Call for Ideas” (CFI) is an opportunity for any member of the NASA mission operations community to suggest implementations or operations-focused technology efforts that will increase the usefulness of the AMMOS to its project customers.
 
NASA organizations that submit specific ideas that are later incorporated into the AMMOS future plans are offered the opportunity to implement those ideas. Once the capability has been implemented and added to the AMMOS catalog, the implementing organization will maintain the capability and provide the engineering needed to adapt the capability for use by AMMOS customers.

Click here for the latest Call for Ideas.

Responding to the Call for Ideas

Submit an IDEA
  • Ideas are submitted online through the IDEA Online System (Click "Initiate a Submission" icon to the right)
    • Username and password are required to access the IDEA Online System.
    • JPLers should use JPL username and password.
    • Others, please Request an Account, if you do not already have one.
  • Once logged in, click the New link, select a category, provide a title, and click Save.
    • Download the Abstract template (see upper right corner), fill-out, and attach to proposal.
    • When abstract is done and attached, click Save, Submit, Close to signal completion of the abstract.
  • Submissions will be reviewed and authors notified shortly after the abstract submission deadline.
  • Authors of highly ranked submissions will be asked to submit a detailed proposal including cost and schedule.
  • All ideas must be submitted online by the abstract due date as specified in the Call for Ideas.

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