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E Task Questionnaires QUESTIONNAIRE FOR THE CICT AND ECS PROGRAMS Task Number XXX Program Name: Project Name: Element Name: Task Name: PI (name and phone): 1. Briefly describe the project's intent (goals) and what 2. What is the likelihood of success? 3. On what work does your work build? 4. Who else is trying to do the similar work? TRL: , in your opinion, constitutes success? 5. What products do you anticipate and who are your internal and external customers? (Please provide names, affiliations, and phone numbers for no more than four.) 6. For TRL 1-3, what is your strategy for transitioning to a higher TRL? For TRL 4-6, what is your deployment strategy/status? 7. Give a full-time-equivalent (FTE) number of researchers and scientists on the effort: 8. List the start date and anticipated end date: 9. List the three most important publications on this project in the last 3 years: 120

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APPENDIX E QUESTIONNAIRE FOR THE ECT PROGRAM Program Name: Enabling Concepts and Technologies (ECT) Project Name: Element Name: Task Name: PI Name and location: 121 TRL: PI Phone: 1. Briefly describe your research project's intent or goal, how it relates to NASA's missions, and what, in your opinion, constitutes success? 2. On what work does your work build? 3. What is the key progress to date? 4. What are the key technical issues/roadblocks you are facing? 5. Who else is trying to do similar research/development? 6. What is your plan to transition this research to NASA missions or other aerospace applications? Describe the status of that transition. 7. What products do you anticipate and who are your internal and external customers? (Provide names, affiliations, and phone numbers for no more than four.) 8. Give a full-time-equivalent (FTE) number of researchers and scientists on the effort: 0.0 9. List the start date and anticipated end date: 10. List the three most important publications on this project in the last 3 years. If there were major invited talks or patents on the technology, please list those as well.