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DOE Staff Could Return On-Site by Mid-February, Re-entry Memo Says
Two years into the pandemic, the Department of Energy could see most of its federal employees return to their pre-COVID-19 work locations by mid-February, according to a Dec. 3 email message from agency leadership. The current “maximum telework” policy for DOE's federal workforce will be phased out starting Jan. 18, Tarak Shah, chief of staff to Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm, said in a “Team DOE” email viewed by Weapons Complex Monitor. Mary Kruger, the deputy assistant secretary for resource management at the DOE Office of Environmental Management cited the directive Thursday during a panel discussion on workforce issues at the National Cleanup Workshop in Alexandria, Va., sponsored by the…
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Startup of New Underground Ventilation System at WIPP Currently Expected by 2026
ALEXIANDRIA, VA — The Department of Energy expects a new ventilation system at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in New Mexico to come online between 2024 and 2026, the manager of the agency’s Carlsbad field office told Weapons Complex Monitor…
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X-326 Process Building Should Be Down in Summer 2022
ALEXANDRIA, VA. — The demolition of the massive X-326 Process Building, which began in the spring, is underway and should be finished in summer 2022, an executive with the decommissioning contractor at the Department of Energy’s Portsmouth Site in Ohio…
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DOE, Biden Admin in Good Position for Interim Storage Success, NE-1 Says
Although federal attempts to site an interim storage facility for the nation’s spent nuclear fuel have yet to succeed, the Department of Energy’s current nuclear power chief thinks that things will shake out differently this time, she said this week.…
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At Least One NNSA Contractor Suspends COVID Vaccine Mandate After Federal Judge's Ruling
Sources said the management and operations contractor for the National Nuclear Security Administration’s two big nuclear-weapons production sites suspended its employee COVID-19 vaccine mandate this week after a federal judge in Georgia blocked the Joe Biden administration’s mandate for all…
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