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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Energy official in denial

Energy official in denial

Wow, Podonsky must be suffering from memory loss. The good old days were not as good as he seems to recall. Study after study, panel after panel, report after report, all conclude that there is not much hope to fix NNSA under Energy. Unless Congress is willing to move it to Defense, where it has a legitimate home, the current broken situation will remain, even if it has a modified place on the org chart.

http://www.nti.org/gsn/article/doe-official-security-breach-may-necessitate-nuclear-agencys-elimination/

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Safety, security, assurance, quality and administrative officials are second-rate talent in less important positions that talented can't be recruited to fill. The self-aware know it and keep their place, others don't.

Until they speak out. Then someone has to suggest that it is better if the talented take care of the hard stuff.

So maybe the Pollock should sit down now.

Anonymous said...

Safety, security, assurance, quality and administrative officials are second-rate talent in less important positions...

February 26, 2013 at 7:41 PM

Arrogant much? Wonder why they make life so miserable for you?

Anonymous said...

Nah, observant. Like 'em. Very useful. Have limits though. Like me.
Watch him.

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