Mike Griffin joins board of Rocket Lab
Griffin’s departure stirs questions about the future of the Space Development Agency
Undersecretary of Defense Mike Griffin and deputy Lisa Porter stepping down
DoD looks to Congress for help in dispute with FCC over Ligado network
DoD says it was blindsided by FCC Ligado decision, will petition to have it reversed
Space Development Agency in state of uncertainty
Griffin: Budget, political support top concerns for Space Development Agency
Space Development Agency a huge win for Griffin in his war against the status quo
Griffin: Space Development Agency to bring new capabilities that don’t exist today
Advisory group skeptical of NASA lunar exploration plans
Profile | Michael D. Griffin, Chairman and Chief Executive, Schafer Corp.
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Romney Wins Endorsement of Griffin, Other Space Leaders [Florida Today]

Letter: U.S. Needs Rational Space Policy Instead of Mike Griffin’s ‘Games’


I am dismayed by Michael Griffin’s commentary “Let the Games Begin” [Aug. 29, page 19]. Various syndromes come to mind, such as, “Can’t see the forest for the trees” and “Fiddling while Rome burns.” 

Policy & Politics Michael GriffinU.S.

Letter: Putting ‘Griffin’s Zombie’ to Rest


I’m writing in defense of the op-ed “Mike Griffin’s Constellation Zombie” by Rick Tumlinson [Commentary, Oct. 25, page 19] and in response to the letter “Personal Attack on Griffin Crosses Line” [Commentary, Nov 23, page 18]. The letter writer is an example of the type of individual NASA’s Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) program faces these days: perhaps full of good motives, but not truly understanding of the subpar way the new U.S. National Space Policy has been presented.

Michael Griffin

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