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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

The future of LANL after the LANS contract ends.

The future of LANL after the LANS contract ends.

What systematic steps are LANS employees taking now to have some input on the set of metrics used to evaluate and select candidates for the next contractor LLC to run Los Alamos National Laboratory for the next 10+ years?

OR

Will LANS employees elect to wait passively for a polished HR PowerPoint presentation to introduce the LANS successor and terms of the new LLC contract? 

LLNS employees "have a horse in this race" too. 

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

LANL employees are very passive. They'll sit back and take whatever is dished out to them. History has proven this to be true time after time.

Anonymous said...

December 11, 2014 at 12:02 AM

I agree 12:02. We are beyond passive, we've handed the Vaseline to LANS over and over again. We've taken it in every direction.

Anonymous said...

I can understand a good faith passive approach when LANL became LANS, but to sit around for round 2 is disturbing if it goes down that way. Amazing.

Anonymous said...

" I can understand a good faith passive approach when LANL became LANS, but to sit around for round 2 is disturbing if it goes down that way. Amazing.

December 13, 2014 at 8:17 PM"

This is a very good question, how will round 2 go? Are they going to have another call, are they going allow the LANL managers to write the contract change rules like they did last time? The last time the LANL managers where key into writing the bid for LANS and that was a disaster since all they did they created multitudes of new division, huge pay increases for managers, and a huge useless bureaucracy.

Anonymous said...

Every single LANL manager that traveled to Bechtel HQ in San Francisco to help write the winning LANS bid has been extremely well rewarded since LANS took over the LANL contract. Terry Wallace (made a PAD), Alan Bishop (made a PAD) plus many, many other "made men".

Now that LANS will probably lose the contract will these LANS top executives be leaving, too?

Anonymous said...

December 14, 2014 at 11:46 PM

Wallace, Bishop and McMillan's entire current management team should depart as a group. The the laboratory can start over with new top level leadership across the board.

Anonymous said...

Time for the Bechtel boys to hit the road. You were never welcome, and were certainly never qualified.

Anonymous said...

What will TCP3 be like? Substantially equivalent to what?

Anonymous said...


Now that LANS will probably lose the contract will these LANS top executives be leaving, too?

December 14, 2014 at 11:46 PM

The only way to save the labs will be to remove this scum of the earth. We have to get rid of the managers that where rewarded in the contract change.

Anonymous said...

When the contract changes hands will we get meaningful change at LANL and LLNL, or just LANSLLNS 2.0?

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