NASA will soon leave the low Earth orbit to explore the planet. This means abandoning the International Space Station and building completely new habitats. The ISS will not, however, cease to function, but will be handed over to private consortia.
The International Space Station, which has been circling our heads for years, will soon be no longer needed. NASA plans to launch deep space exploration, and this means expeditions to the Moon, Mars and other planets. A low-orbit station is no longer used.
The plan assumes funding only until 2024, and then you will have to do something about it. NASA does not intend to destroy the construction used over the years to carry out hundreds of scientific experiments. Instead it will give it back to the private hands and then the companies will finance it further and use it for their own purposes.