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Human Research Program Successfully Deploys 1Portal V3.1 at Johnson Space Center
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Human Research Program Successfully Deploys 1Portal V3.1 at Johnson Space Center

The Human Research Program (HRP) One Portal (1Portal) version 3.1 software tool has been successfully deployed at Johnson Space Center (JSC). The One Portal version 3.1 tool integrates with HRP’s Microsoft Enterprise Project Server deployment and supports HRP’s Integrated Research Planning (IRP) process using a custom workflow engine to consolidate and integrate with the Human Research Roadmap Content Management System (HRRCMS) and Master Task List (MTL).

The 1Portal web-based enterprise software solution was developed by ARC-TI in collaboration with HRP Management, the HRP Program Science Management Office (PSMO), HRP Elements, and other representatives at JSC to perform data consolidation and integration efforts in order to reduce data duplication and streamline HRP processes and work practices using a phased software development approach. The HRP Information Technology (IT) Architecture and One Portal team has been granted the Authority to Proceed (ATP) by the HRP Control Board (HRPCB) to continue software development with new capabilities and IT assessments in FY15.

BACKGROUND: NASA’s Human Research Program (HRP) was established in October of 2005 at JSC to focus research investment on investigating and mitigating the highest risks to astronaut crew health and performance in support of exploration missions. Strategically, HRP conducts research and technology development that enables development or modification of Agency-level human health and performance standards by the Office of the Chief Health and Medical Officer (OCHMO), and provides the Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate (HEOMD) with methods of meeting those standards in the design, development, and operation of mission systems. Crew health and performance are critical to successful human exploration beyond Low Earth Orbits (LEO). The goals of HRP are to investigate and mitigate the highest risks to human health and performance by providing essential countermeasures and technologies in support of human space exploration.

TEAM: Lionel Delmo (MCT), Tristan Le (Lockheed Martin), Shu-chun (Jenessa) Lin, Tony Lindsey, Nimesh Marker (Lockheed Martin), Sam Santiago (MCT), Hao Thai (Logyx), and Khai (Peter) Tran

COLLABORATORS: Adrienne Bibby (JSC-EA/S&K Global Solutions), Barbara Corbin (HRP Deputy Program Manager/JSC-SA), Donald “Don” Cotter (JSC-SF/Barrios Technology), Cynthia Fontenot (JSC-SF/Wyle), Joshua “Josh” Foster (JSC-SF/Wyle), Robert Galvez (JSC-SA), Kevin Kofal (JSC-EA/S&K Global Solutions), Chris Maese (HRP ARC Manager/ARC-SC), David “Dave” Marquette (JSC-EA), Michael “Mike” Meeks (JSC-SF/Barrios Technology), Lisa Milstead (JSC-SA/Wyle), William “Bill” Paloski (HRP Program Manager/IPA JSC-SA), Saroj Patel (HRP Deputy PSMO Manager/JSC-SA), Michele Perchonok (HRP PSMO Manager/JSC-SA), Stanley “Stan” Siemienski (JSC-SF), HRP Element Managers, the JSC Engineering Directorate (EA), and the JSC Systems Integration & Support Lab (SISL)

CUSTOMER: NASA’s Human Research Program (HRP)

NASA PROGRAM FUNDING: Intercenter Task Agreement (ITA) between ARC-TI and JSC-SA funded under the Human Research Program (HRP), Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate (HEOMD)

Contact: Khai (Peter) Tran

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