Space.com's NASA Wants a New Space Telescope to Protect Us All from Dangerous Asteroids quotes "Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for the Science Mission Directorate" several times, including the following:
For now, the right thing, Zurbuchen said, is to build a new space telescope capable of detecting and tracking near-Earth objects: NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory will lead the project. Zurbuchen said the new instrument could launch as early as 2025, although he emphasized that is not an official target date, which will depend on how much funding the program receives.
The new initiative is heavily based on a project called NEOCam, a mission concept that the planetary-defense community has been discussing for years. NEOCam was formally proposed as a science mission, but not selected for funding, in a decision that Zurbuchen today called "one of the biggest screwups I've made in my job."
When the NEOCam proposal was first discussed, it was considered under the framework of science, not planetary defense. And while both sides of the divide are interested in asteroids, they need different types of information. Scientists want a statistical sample: They don't need to see every single asteroid, they just want to get a good sense of what asteroids are like overall.
However the article doesn't mention the new project's name, or link to it in any way. Is this an oversight or is this telescope and its mission currently unnamed? Are there any references to this project in publicly available sites? Budget proposals perhaps?
Question: What is the name of the new NEO searching telescope "heavily based on" NEOCam? Where can we read further about it?