Contributed by anonymous:
Word on the street is that DOE/NNSA has told LANS and LLNS no involuntary separations for now! It appears someone alerted someone in DC about a lot of carryover/unspent monies both labs have squirreled away and asked the obvious question “How can you terminate career personnel for fiscal necessity when there is this pool of money at the labs”. This could be a truer explanation of why the numbers of 570 leaving LANL is close enough to the 750 target, than was provided by Mike at his all hands meeting.
I was not at the group meeting where this information was disseminated, so what I have heard is second hand. Can anyone add more details to this?
Maybe George will be crying tears of joy at his all hands meeting on the 17th
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