Admin Aims For Mars By Mid-2030s National Journal

The U.S. will aim to begin manned missions beyond the moon by 2025, with a planned round-trip to Mars the following decade, the WH announced Monday.
“Our sights [are] set ultimately on Mars and beyond,” said Jim Kohlenberger, chief of staff at the WH Office of Science and Technology Policy.
What’s more, Pres. Obama’s new space policy lays out plans to extend the the life of the International Space Station for another decade and beyond, rather than sticking with plans to scrap the orbiting outpost in 5 years.