Space Policies for the New Space Age: Competing on the Final Economic Frontier
“Space Policies for the New Space Age:
Competing on the Final Economic Frontier”
Hosted by NewSpace New Mexico with Key Participants: U.S. Space Force, Defense Innovation Unit, and Air Force Research Laboratory
(Image used with permission of James Vaughan)
Announcing “Space Policies for the New Space Age: Competing on the Final Economic Frontier” available here, a study on how to transform existing and emerging U.S. space policies, legislation, and strategies into action plans that will ensure U.S. strategic leadership in space for the 2040-2060 timeframe authored by Bruce Cahan (Stanford Lecturer) and Mir Sadat (former White House Official). The report is a continued assessment from the State of the Industrial Base Workshop 2020. Significant findings and recommendations in space policy and finance were developed in the Space Policy & Finance Working Group that are amplified in this report.