From NASA Science Mission Directorate Oral History Project, David D. Morrison interviewed by Sandra Johnson
Johnson: In ’96 you became the Director of Space at Ames.
Morrison: Director of Space was a wonderful title. I still have a few business cards with that on it. I joked that it was a terrible responsibility: if I didn’t do my job every day the planets would fall out of their orbits, the galaxies would explode. But then NASA Headquarters did a reorganization and created a division called the universe, and so they had Director of the Universe at Headquarters.
Providing job titles like those must save NASA untold bundles in salary. Plus no one can complain about their job responsibilities expanding