|NASA Headquarters' Directives|
Effective Date: April 10, 2009
Expiration Date: April 10, 2014
Responsible Office: LM
|Parking at NASA Headquarters|
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This directive describes the eligibility and procedures for obtaining a parking permit for the NASA Headquarters garage.
This HQPR is applicable to NASA Headquarters civil service employees, including full-time, part-time and temporary personnel, detailees and Cooperative Education Program participants whose duty location is NASA Headquarters. Civil Service employees on detail to NASA from NASA Centers or other Federal Agencies are also eligible to park in the garage. (See Definitions.)
P.3.1 5 U.S.C. õ7905
P.3.2 26 C.F.R õ1.132-9(b)
P.3.3 Executive Order 13150, Federal Workforce Transportation, April 21, 2000
P.3.4 Office of Personnel Management Operating Manual, Update 45 "The Guide to Processing Personnel Actions," August 6, 2006, Chapter 14, section 2(f)
P.4 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
P.4.1 General Services Administration (GSA), Public Buildings Service Customer Guide to Real Property
P.4.2 NASA Headquarters Form 43, Application for Headquarters Parking Permits
P.4.3 NASA Headquarters Form 289A, NASA Headquarters Identification and Badge Data-Contractor
P.4.4 NASA Headquarters Form 202, Request for Change in Commuting Status
P.5.1 Internal and external third party audits and evaluations shall be used to assess the effectiveness of this procedure. The Program Administrator or the designee shall contact parking program participants annually to recertify application information and verify continued program eligibility.
P.5.2 Access to the parking garage is controlled by the use of a hanging tag during hours of operations and NASA Headquarters badge after hours.
P.5.3 NASA Headquarters badges (civil service personnel) are programmed to activate the card readers at the entrance to the parking garage elevators, east and west sides of the building.
Christopher T. Jedrey