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Sunday, February 15, 2015

Security issues, as usual

It is just the day in and day out safety and security issues at LANL that keep on coming.

http://energy.gov/sites/prod/files/2015/02/f19/DOE-IG-0935.pdf

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Insignificant. Unfortunate but not unexpected in the confusing, often imprecise world of classification. People trying but failing to follow complex practices is different than treason.

Fix it. Move on.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Would hate to see what 7:46 PM calls 'significant.' No reasonable person in the area would call repeated release of classified information 'not unexpected.' The investigation found that LANL had numerous such lapses. Therefore commonplace for LANL; however, hardly 'insignificant.'

Anonymous said...

Yeah, well, no one held accountable, the guy got to retire at full pension, no questions asked. Obviously LANS and NNSA think it is "insignificant."

Anonymous said...

Errors happen. Overall, Dan probably made fewer than most.

Anonymous said...

Errors happen. But when they do, they should be reported, not covered up by lying, by deleting files, and by bypassing the proper clean-up procedures. Its all in the report. And, management knew he was doing this and continued to let him hold the Classification Officer position.

Anonymous said...

Errors happen. But when they do, they should be reported, not covered up by lying, by deleting files, and by bypassing the proper clean-up procedures.

February 16, 2015 at 9:05 AM

Yeah, or by hiding them (i.e. hard disk) behind a copier in X-division in the old Administration Building.

Anonymous said...

Nobody "hid" a hard disk behind the copy machine. Get your facts straight.

Anonymous said...

Nobody "hid" a hard disk behind the copy machine. Get your facts straight.

February 18, 2015 at 3:27 PM

Ok, it was "placed" behind a copier for everyone to find it.

Anonymous said...

Ok, it was "placed" behind a copier for everyone to find it.

February 18, 2015 at 5:02 PM

Wrong twice. Not swayed by facts, huh?

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