Yet another study on the broken NNSA laboratories
At least this group gets one part of the equation correct when it concludes that no other part of the executive branch wants to own the laboratories. Not DoD. Not DHS. Not the IC. Nobody. Period.
When it recommends that the labs remain in DoE, it does not make the case that they should stay there because that is where they belong; rather, they should not move simply because they are undesired elsewhere.
This leaves the labs in a position where it is hard to argue that they are special and should be treated differently in a budget cut.
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