Southwest Research Institute

Campaign Finance

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Lobbying

$1,260,000 Spent
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Regulations

Mentioned in 64 dockets
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Federal Spending

4 grants; 62 contracts
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Type Recipient Name Year Agency Description Amount
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Southwest Research Institute 2012 National Aeronautics And Space Administration AS THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR (PI) INSTITUTION FOR THE MAGNETOSPHERIC MULTISCALE (MMS) INSTRUMENT SUITE SCIENCE TEAM (ISST), THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR LEADING THE SOLVING MAGNETOSPHERIC ACCELERATION RECONNECTION AND TURBULENCE (SMART) TEAM THROUGH ALL MISSION PHASES. THE SCOPE OF WORK SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED, TO THE FOLLOWING: - MANAGE THE SMART TEAM THROUGH PHASES B THROUGH E OF THE MMS MISSION, - DEFINING SCIENCE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES - ASSIST THE MMS PROJECT AND HQ SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE HELIOPHYSICS DIVISION IN THE PREPARATION OF LEVEL 1 REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MMS MISSION - FLOW-DOWN OF TOP-LEVEL MISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE APPROPRIATE ELEMENTS OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITE - DESIGN, FABRICATION, INTEGRATION, CALIBRATION, TESTING AND DELIVERY OF FOUR FULLY QUALIFIED, FLIGHT INSTRUMENT SUITES TO OBSERVATORY INTEGRATION AND TEST (I&T) PLUS SPARES - DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, INTEGRATION AND TESTING OF THE SOC - SUPPORT OBSERVATORY-LEVEL I&T ACTIVITIES - PROVIDE SUSTAINING ENGINEERING AND I&T SUPPORT OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES AFTER DELIVERY TO NASA - RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ON-ORBIT OPERATION, HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES - RESPONSIBILITY FOR OPERATING AND MAINTAINING THE SOC POST-LAUNCH - ESTABLISHING AND MANAGING SUBCONTRACTS WITH INSTRUMENT SUITE TEAM MEMBERS - ESTABLISHING AND MAINTAINING THE REQUIRED INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC IN ARMS REGULATIONS (ITAR) AND EXPORT CONTROL DOCUMENTATION NECESSARY FOR WORKING WITH ITS INTERNATIONAL TEAM MEMBERS - IMPLEMENTATION OF AN EPO PROGRAM FOR THE MMS MISSION $15,651,483
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Southwest Research Institute 2012 National Aeronautics And Space Administration AS THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR (PI) INSTITUTION FOR THE MAGNETOSPHERIC MULTISCALE (MMS) INSTRUMENT SUITE SCIENCE TEAM (ISST), THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR LEADING THE SOLVING MAGNETOSPHERIC ACCELERATION RECONNECTION AND TURBULENCE (SMART) TEAM THROUGH ALL MISSION PHASES. THE SCOPE OF WORK SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED, TO THE FOLLOWING: - MANAGE THE SMART TEAM THROUGH PHASES B THROUGH E OF THE MMS MISSION, - DEFINING SCIENCE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES - ASSIST THE MMS PROJECT AND HQ SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE HELIOPHYSICS DIVISION IN THE PREPARATION OF LEVEL 1 REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MMS MISSION - FLOW-DOWN OF TOP-LEVEL MISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE APPROPRIATE ELEMENTS OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITE - DESIGN, FABRICATION, INTEGRATION, CALIBRATION, TESTING AND DELIVERY OF FOUR FULLY QUALIFIED, FLIGHT INSTRUMENT SUITES TO OBSERVATORY INTEGRATION AND TEST (I&T) PLUS SPARES - DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, INTEGRATION AND TESTING OF THE SOC - SUPPORT OBSERVATORY-LEVEL I&T ACTIVITIES - PROVIDE SUSTAINING ENGINEERING AND I&T SUPPORT OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES AFTER DELIVERY TO NASA - RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ON-ORBIT OPERATION, HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES - RESPONSIBILITY FOR OPERATING AND MAINTAINING THE SOC POST-LAUNCH - ESTABLISHING AND MANAGING SUBCONTRACTS WITH INSTRUMENT SUITE TEAM MEMBERS - ESTABLISHING AND MAINTAINING THE REQUIRED INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC IN ARMS REGULATIONS (ITAR) AND EXPORT CONTROL DOCUMENTATION NECESSARY FOR WORKING WITH ITS INTERNATIONAL TEAM MEMBERS - IMPLEMENTATION OF AN EPO PROGRAM FOR THE MMS MISSION $13,359,575
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Southwest Research Institute 2011 National Aeronautics And Space Administration AS THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR (PI) INSTITUTION FOR THE MAGNETOSPHERIC MULTISCALE (MMS) INSTRUMENT SUITE SCIENCE TEAM (ISST), THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR LEADING THE SOLVING MAGNETOSPHERIC ACCELERATION RECONNECTION AND TURBULENCE (SMART) TEAM THROUGH ALL MISSION PHASES. THE SCOPE OF WORK SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED, TO THE FOLLOWING: - MANAGE THE SMART TEAM THROUGH PHASES B THROUGH E OF THE MMS MISSION, - DEFINING SCIENCE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES - ASSIST THE MMS PROJECT AND HQ SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE HELIOPHYSICS DIVISION IN THE PREPARATION OF LEVEL 1 REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MMS MISSION - FLOW-DOWN OF TOP-LEVEL MISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE APPROPRIATE ELEMENTS OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITE - DESIGN, FABRICATION, INTEGRATION, CALIBRATION, TESTING AND DELIVERY OF FOUR FULLY QUALIFIED, FLIGHT INSTRUMENT SUITES TO OBSERVATORY INTEGRATION AND TEST (I&T) PLUS SPARES - DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, INTEGRATION AND TESTING OF THE SOC - SUPPORT OBSERVATORY-LEVEL I&T ACTIVITIES - PROVIDE SUSTAINING ENGINEERING AND I&T SUPPORT OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES AFTER DELIVERY TO NASA - RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ON-ORBIT OPERATION, HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES - RESPONSIBILITY FOR OPERATING AND MAINTAINING THE SOC POST-LAUNCH - ESTABLISHING AND MANAGING SUBCONTRACTS WITH INSTRUMENT SUITE TEAM MEMBERS - ESTABLISHING AND MAINTAINING THE REQUIRED INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC IN ARMS REGULATIONS (ITAR) AND EXPORT CONTROL DOCUMENTATION NECESSARY FOR WORKING WITH ITS INTERNATIONAL TEAM MEMBERS - IMPLEMENTATION OF AN EPO PROGRAM FOR THE MMS MISSION $10,000,000
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Southwest Research Institute 2011 National Aeronautics And Space Administration AS THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR (PI) INSTITUTION FOR THE MAGNETOSPHERIC MULTISCALE (MMS) INSTRUMENT SUITE SCIENCE TEAM (ISST), THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR LEADING THE SOLVING MAGNETOSPHERIC ACCELERATION RECONNECTION AND TURBULENCE (SMART) TEAM THROUGH ALL MISSION PHASES. THE SCOPE OF WORK SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED, TO THE FOLLOWING: - MANAGE THE SMART TEAM THROUGH PHASES B THROUGH E OF THE MMS MISSION, - DEFINING SCIENCE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES - ASSIST THE MMS PROJECT AND HQ SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE HELIOPHYSICS DIVISION IN THE PREPARATION OF LEVEL 1 REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MMS MISSION - FLOW-DOWN OF TOP-LEVEL MISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE APPROPRIATE ELEMENTS OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITE - DESIGN, FABRICATION, INTEGRATION, CALIBRATION, TESTING AND DELIVERY OF FOUR FULLY QUALIFIED, FLIGHT INSTRUMENT SUITES TO OBSERVATORY INTEGRATION AND TEST (I&T) PLUS SPARES - DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, INTEGRATION AND TESTING OF THE SOC - SUPPORT OBSERVATORY-LEVEL I&T ACTIVITIES - PROVIDE SUSTAINING ENGINEERING AND I&T SUPPORT OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES AFTER DELIVERY TO NASA - RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ON-ORBIT OPERATION, HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES - RESPONSIBILITY FOR OPERATING AND MAINTAINING THE SOC POST-LAUNCH - ESTABLISHING AND MANAGING SUBCONTRACTS WITH INSTRUMENT SUITE TEAM MEMBERS - ESTABLISHING AND MAINTAINING THE REQUIRED INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC IN ARMS REGULATIONS (ITAR) AND EXPORT CONTROL DOCUMENTATION NECESSARY FOR WORKING WITH ITS INTERNATIONAL TEAM MEMBERS - IMPLEMENTATION OF AN EPO PROGRAM FOR THE MMS MISSION $8,015,047
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Southwest Research Institute 2012 National Aeronautics And Space Administration AS THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR (PI) INSTITUTION FOR THE MAGNETOSPHERIC MULTISCALE (MMS) INSTRUMENT SUITE SCIENCE TEAM (ISST), THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR LEADING THE SOLVING MAGNETOSPHERIC ACCELERATION RECONNECTION AND TURBULENCE (SMART) TEAM THROUGH ALL MISSION PHASES. THE SCOPE OF WORK SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED, TO THE FOLLOWING: - MANAGE THE SMART TEAM THROUGH PHASES B THROUGH E OF THE MMS MISSION, - DEFINING SCIENCE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES - ASSIST THE MMS PROJECT AND HQ SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE HELIOPHYSICS DIVISION IN THE PREPARATION OF LEVEL 1 REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MMS MISSION - FLOW-DOWN OF TOP-LEVEL MISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE APPROPRIATE ELEMENTS OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITE - DESIGN, FABRICATION, INTEGRATION, CALIBRATION, TESTING AND DELIVERY OF FOUR FULLY QUALIFIED, FLIGHT INSTRUMENT SUITES TO OBSERVATORY INTEGRATION AND TEST (I&T) PLUS SPARES - DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, INTEGRATION AND TESTING OF THE SOC - SUPPORT OBSERVATORY-LEVEL I&T ACTIVITIES - PROVIDE SUSTAINING ENGINEERING AND I&T SUPPORT OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES AFTER DELIVERY TO NASA - RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ON-ORBIT OPERATION, HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES - RESPONSIBILITY FOR OPERATING AND MAINTAINING THE SOC POST-LAUNCH - ESTABLISHING AND MANAGING SUBCONTRACTS WITH INSTRUMENT SUITE TEAM MEMBERS - ESTABLISHING AND MAINTAINING THE REQUIRED INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC IN ARMS REGULATIONS (ITAR) AND EXPORT CONTROL DOCUMENTATION NECESSARY FOR WORKING WITH ITS INTERNATIONAL TEAM MEMBERS - IMPLEMENTATION OF AN EPO PROGRAM FOR THE MMS MISSION $6,749,600
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Southwest Research Institute 2011 Energy, Department Of DE-FE05NT42650 NOVEL CONCEPTS FOR THE COMPRESSION OF LARGE VOLUMES OF CARBON DIOXIDE MODIFICATION 013 THE PURPOSE OF MODIFICATION 013 IS TO AUTHORIZE $6,001,161
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Southwest Research Institute 2012 National Aeronautics And Space Administration SOLAR ORBITER MEASUREMENT INVESTIGATION "HEAVY ION SENSOR". THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONDUCT OF ALL PHASES AND ASPECTS OF THE HEAVY ION SENSOR TIME OF FLIGHT (HIS-TOF) SOLID STATE DETECTOR INCLUDING: 1) LIFE-CYCLE PROJECT MANAGEMENT; 2) DESIGN, TEST, DEVELOPMENT, AND OPERATIONS; AND 3) POST OPERATIONS DATA REDUCTION AND ARCHIVING. $5,651,210
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Southwest Research Institute 2012 National Aeronautics And Space Administration THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION HAS SELECTED THE JUNO NEW FRONTIERS MISSION UNDER THE DIRECTION OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR(PI) DR. SCOTT BOLTON TO CONTINUE DEVELOPMENT WITH THE EXPECTATION THAT THE JUNO MISSION WILL ENTER PHASE B IN EARLY FISCAL YEAR 2006. THE JUNO MISSION WILL BE MANAGES BY THE MARSHALL SPACE FLIGHT CENTER, NEW FRONTIERS PROGRAM OFFICE. KEY JUNO TEAM MEMBER INCLUDE DR. BOLTON'S HOME INSTITUTION, THE SOUTHWEST RESEARCH INSTITURE (SWRI), THE JUNO IMPLEMENTATION TEAM LEADER JET PROPULSION LABORATORY (JPL) AND THE SPACECRAFT BUS PROVIDER THE LOCKHEED MARTIN SPACE SYSTEMS DIVISION (LM/SS). THE PI'S TEAM AS SWRI NEED TO BEGIN WORK ON A SUBSET OF PHASE B ACTIVITIES AS EARLY IN FY06 AS POSSIBLE. THIS SOW PROVIDES A LIST OF A ACTIVITIES THAT ARE NECESSARY TO BEGIN WORK IN FY06 AND THEIR ASSOCIATED DELIVERABLES. THE JUNO MISSION A COLLABORATION BETWEEN SOUTHWEST RESEARCH INSTITUTE (SWRI), JPL, LOCKHEED MARTIN (LM), AND A COMPLEMENTARY TEAM OF UNIVERSITIES AND FIELD CENTERS. THE PRICIPAL INVESTIGATOR, DR. SCOTT BOLTON, IS AT SOUTHWEST RESEARCH INSTITURE (SWRI) AND IS RESPONSIBLE TO NASA FOR ALL ASPECTS OF THE MISSION INCLUDING ACHIEVING ALL SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES AND MISSION GOALS. JPL PROVIDES THE PROJECT MANAGER WHO OVERSEAS THE DAY-TO-DAY MANAGEMENT OF THE PROJECT AND WILL REPORT TO THE PI. PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR (PI) DR. SCOTT BOLTON IS RESPONSIBLE TO NASA FO MEETING THE SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES OF THE JUNO MISSION WITHIN COST AND SCHEDULE. AS PI, DR. BOLTON AHS DIRECT ACCOUNTABLITY TO THE NASA NEW FRONTIERS PORGRAM OFFICE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF JUNO. ALL JUNO SCIENCE CO-IS, THE DEPUTY PI AND PROJECT SCIENTIST, THE SCIENCE INVESTIGATION OFFICE MANAGER, THE E/PO EFFORT, THE JUNO ADVISORY BOARD AND THE PM REPORT DIRECTLY TO DR. BOLTON. THE PI DELEGATES THE DAY-TO-DAY MANAGEMENT OF THE PROJECT TO THE PROJECT MANAGER (PM), RICK GRAMMIER. THE PROJECT SYSTEM ENGINEER, PAYLOAD MANAGER, FLIGHT SYSTEM MANAGER, MISSION MANAGER, SCIENCE OPS CENTER, BUSINESS MANAGER, LM CONTRACT CTM, AND MISSION ASSURANCE MANAGER ALL REPORT DIRECTLY TO THE PM. $5,312,000
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Southwest Research Institute 2011 National Aeronautics And Space Administration AS THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR (PI) INSTITUTION FOR THE MAGNETOSPHERIC MULTISCALE (MMS) INSTRUMENT SUITE SCIENCE TEAM (ISST), THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR LEADING THE SOLVING MAGNETOSPHERIC ACCELERATION RECONNECTION AND TURBULENCE (SMART) TEAM THROUGH ALL MISSION PHASES. THE SCOPE OF WORK SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED, TO THE FOLLOWING: - MANAGE THE SMART TEAM THROUGH PHASES B THROUGH E OF THE MMS MISSION, - DEFINING SCIENCE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES - ASSIST THE MMS PROJECT AND HQ SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE HELIOPHYSICS DIVISION IN THE PREPARATION OF LEVEL 1 REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MMS MISSION - FLOW-DOWN OF TOP-LEVEL MISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE APPROPRIATE ELEMENTS OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITE - DESIGN, FABRICATION, INTEGRATION, CALIBRATION, TESTING AND DELIVERY OF FOUR FULLY QUALIFIED, FLIGHT INSTRUMENT SUITES TO OBSERVATORY INTEGRATION AND TEST (I&T) PLUS SPARES - DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, INTEGRATION AND TESTING OF THE SOC - SUPPORT OBSERVATORY-LEVEL I&T ACTIVITIES - PROVIDE SUSTAINING ENGINEERING AND I&T SUPPORT OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES AFTER DELIVERY TO NASA - RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ON-ORBIT OPERATION, HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES - RESPONSIBILITY FOR OPERATING AND MAINTAINING THE SOC POST-LAUNCH - ESTABLISHING AND MANAGING SUBCONTRACTS WITH INSTRUMENT SUITE TEAM MEMBERS - ESTABLISHING AND MAINTAINING THE REQUIRED INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC IN ARMS REGULATIONS (ITAR) AND EXPORT CONTROL DOCUMENTATION NECESSARY FOR WORKING WITH ITS INTERNATIONAL TEAM MEMBERS - IMPLEMENTATION OF AN EPO PROGRAM FOR THE MMS MISSION $4,805,928
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Southwest Research Institute 2012 National Aeronautics And Space Administration AS THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR (PI) INSTITUTION FOR THE MAGNETOSPHERIC MULTISCALE (MMS) INSTRUMENT SUITE SCIENCE TEAM (ISST), THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR LEADING THE SOLVING MAGNETOSPHERIC ACCELERATION RECONNECTION AND TURBULENCE (SMART) TEAM THROUGH ALL MISSION PHASES. THE SCOPE OF WORK SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED, TO THE FOLLOWING: - MANAGE THE SMART TEAM THROUGH PHASES B THROUGH E OF THE MMS MISSION, - DEFINING SCIENCE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES - ASSIST THE MMS PROJECT AND HQ SCIENCE MISSION DIRECTORATE HELIOPHYSICS DIVISION IN THE PREPARATION OF LEVEL 1 REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MMS MISSION - FLOW-DOWN OF TOP-LEVEL MISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE APPROPRIATE ELEMENTS OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITE - DESIGN, FABRICATION, INTEGRATION, CALIBRATION, TESTING AND DELIVERY OF FOUR FULLY QUALIFIED, FLIGHT INSTRUMENT SUITES TO OBSERVATORY INTEGRATION AND TEST (I&T) PLUS SPARES - DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, INTEGRATION AND TESTING OF THE SOC - SUPPORT OBSERVATORY-LEVEL I&T ACTIVITIES - PROVIDE SUSTAINING ENGINEERING AND I&T SUPPORT OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES AFTER DELIVERY TO NASA - RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ON-ORBIT OPERATION, HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE INSTRUMENT SUITES - RESPONSIBILITY FOR OPERATING AND MAINTAINING THE SOC POST-LAUNCH - ESTABLISHING AND MANAGING SUBCONTRACTS WITH INSTRUMENT SUITE TEAM MEMBERS - ESTABLISHING AND MAINTAINING THE REQUIRED INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC IN ARMS REGULATIONS (ITAR) AND EXPORT CONTROL DOCUMENTATION NECESSARY FOR WORKING WITH ITS INTERNATIONAL TEAM MEMBERS - IMPLEMENTATION OF AN EPO PROGRAM FOR THE MMS MISSION $4,785,131
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Advisory Committees

5 people on 3 committees
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Table shows employees of "Southwest Research Institute" that sat on federal advisory committees.

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  • Toggle National Science Foundation 4 people on 2 committees
  • Toggle Environmental Protection Agency 1 person on 1 committee
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