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DOE Cleanup Boss Enters 2019 With Leadership Team in Place, Challenges Ahead
Energy Department Assistant Secretary for Environmental Management Anne Marie White enters her first full year on the job with both her leadership team largely in place and a strategy to reinvigorate the agency’s $7 billion-plus nuclear cleanup program. Including White, sworn into office late last March, four of the five top jobs at Environmental Management have now been filled on a permanent basis. Her lieutenants have decades of experience within DOE. The former environmental cleanup consultant will rely on this group in the coming months as she tries to revive a “completion mindset” for environmental remediation across the weapons complex. In November, White made her most significant personnel move in…
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Congress to Elect Committee Leaders for New Session This Week
The 116th Congress will officially elect leaders for its various committees this week. However, some of the anticipated committee chairs are already known via official announcements and media reports. While House and Senate leadership had not scheduled votes at deadline…
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Energy Dept. Divides Hanford Tank Work, Accelerates Closure Solicitation
The Energy Department’s Office of Environmental Management announced Monday it would split the previously single Tank Waste Cleanup Contract at the Hanford Site in Washington state into two solicitations in the follow-on procurement. Priority will be given to a contract…
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As Next Budget Looms, Court Won't Kick NRC Commissioner off Yucca Mountain Licensing
A federal appeals court has dismissed the state of Nevada’s petition seeking to force a member of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to recuse himself from any decision-making on licensing the planned nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain. The ruling arrived…
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Nevada Fears Savannah River Plutonium Could Be Moved By End of January
The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has less than a year to remove 1 metric ton of weapon-usable plutonium from South Carolina, and the agency will not rule out moving it before the end of January, according to a court…
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