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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Sandia's fee penalties

Documents obtained by KRQE from the Freedom of Information Act on Sandia's fee penalties:

http://media2.krqe.com/_local/pdf/SNL%20Fee%20Determination.pdf

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

C'est Horrible! Incroyable!!! As bad or almost as bad as the other two labs! Or maybe my standards are just too high and they are all doing well by normal standards.

Anonymous said...

Yo brah why you keep trying to get us to click on tracked sites?

Anonymous said...

Hmm, $6M. That's real money.

Anonymous said...

Yeah NIF only lost a fraction of that amount in performance based fee for missing the ignition milestone.

Anonymous said...

What disturbs me the most as a taxpayer is why does it take DOE 6 years to address this issue ?

Anonymous said...

I heard that a couple of people in the Materials Chemistry department (including Adam Rowen, the manager) at Sandia booked a trip using Sandia funds to Hawaii to attend the 2012 ECS meeting. That is definitely a waste!

Anonymous said...

Adam Rowen (manager of the Materials Chemistry department) from Sandia National Laboratories does not have a Ph.D.

Anonymous said...

Adam Rowen Sandia

Anonymous said...

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Adam Rowen Sandia

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