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Thursday, March 20, 2014

report on the Labs out soon

Update on when the latest committee report on the Labs will be out

"As part of the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2013, Congress established a twelve-member Congressional Advisory Panel on the Governance of the Nuclear Security Enterprise to examine potential options and make recommendations for revising the governance structure, mission, and management of the nuclear security enterprise (NSE). The panel has committed to submitting a preliminary report, including findings, conclusions, and recommendations, in March to the President of the United States, the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of Energy, the Senate Committees on Armed Services, and Energy and Natural Resources, and the House of Representatives Committees on Armed Services, and Energy and Commerce, with a final report due at the end of summer."


Anonymous said...

Ah, good. This thick report, yet another in a long line of reports that have been totally ignored, should provide good fuel for the fireplace during winter.

Keep 'em coming! Cheap fuel is good.

Anonymous said...

These are always the same. They say that things are going bad and the labs are badly managed, we are losing talent, the workforce is demoralized, and something must be done. It is than utterly ignored.

Anonymous said...

4:28 better be careful that it isn't a "spare the air day"

Anonymous said...

The air doesn't care whether it is polluted.

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