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New Uranium Reclamation Furnace at Y-12 Starting Up in 2026, Defense Board Says

Thursday, January 27th, 2022

Less than a week after moving to get ahead of allegations that its award of a multi-billion-dollar sites operations contract was tainted by conflicts of interest and impropriety, the National Nuclear Security Administration had made no sudden moves to restart the year-long competition to find the next manager of its two main nuclear-weapon manufacturing plants. […]

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NNSA to Buy Leonardo Helicopters for Counterterrorsim Office

Thursday, January 27th, 2022

Less than a week after moving to get ahead of allegations that its award of a multi-billion-dollar sites operations contract was tainted by conflicts of interest and impropriety, the National Nuclear Security Administration had made no sudden moves to restart the year-long competition to find the next manager of its two main nuclear-weapon manufacturing plants. […]

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PF-4 Worker Had Internal Contamination After Another Apparent Glove Box Breach

Thursday, January 27th, 2022

Less than a week after moving to get ahead of allegations that its award of a multi-billion-dollar sites operations contract was tainted by conflicts of interest and impropriety, the National Nuclear Security Administration had made no sudden moves to restart the year-long competition to find the next manager of its two main nuclear-weapon manufacturing plants. […]

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Cooper, Chair of Armed Services Panel With Nuke Jurisdiction, to Leave Congress

Thursday, January 27th, 2022

Less than a week after moving to get ahead of allegations that its award of a multi-billion-dollar sites operations contract was tainted by conflicts of interest and impropriety, the National Nuclear Security Administration had made no sudden moves to restart the year-long competition to find the next manager of its two main nuclear-weapon manufacturing plants. […]

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DOE Didn’t Say ‘No’ to DNFSB in 2021; Order 140.1 MOU Still in Works

Thursday, January 27th, 2022

Less than a week after moving to get ahead of allegations that its award of a multi-billion-dollar sites operations contract was tainted by conflicts of interest and impropriety, the National Nuclear Security Administration had made no sudden moves to restart the year-long competition to find the next manager of its two main nuclear-weapon manufacturing plants. […]

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Progressive Lawmakers Lead Letter Writing Campaign Calling on Biden to Can Low-Yield Nukes

Thursday, January 27th, 2022

Less than a week after moving to get ahead of allegations that its award of a multi-billion-dollar sites operations contract was tainted by conflicts of interest and impropriety, the National Nuclear Security Administration had made no sudden moves to restart the year-long competition to find the next manager of its two main nuclear-weapon manufacturing plants. […]

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Loss of British Nuke Biz a Blip in Lockheed’s 2021 Earnings

Thursday, January 27th, 2022

Less than a week after moving to get ahead of allegations that its award of a multi-billion-dollar sites operations contract was tainted by conflicts of interest and impropriety, the National Nuclear Security Administration had made no sudden moves to restart the year-long competition to find the next manager of its two main nuclear-weapon manufacturing plants. […]

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TVA Proposing Bigger Tritium Loads for Watts Bar Reactors

Friday, January 21st, 2022

Less than a week after moving to get ahead of allegations that its award of a multi-billion-dollar sites operations contract was tainted by conflicts of interest and impropriety, the National Nuclear Security Administration had made no sudden moves to restart the year-long competition to find the next manager of its two main nuclear-weapon manufacturing plants. […]

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Troy Wade, 87, Test Site Fixture, Defense Programs Head

Friday, January 21st, 2022

Less than a week after moving to get ahead of allegations that its award of a multi-billion-dollar sites operations contract was tainted by conflicts of interest and impropriety, the National Nuclear Security Administration had made no sudden moves to restart the year-long competition to find the next manager of its two main nuclear-weapon manufacturing plants. […]

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NNSA Not Yet Pulling Plug on Production Office Award to Fluor-led Team

Thursday, January 20th, 2022

Less than a week after moving to get ahead of allegations that its award of a multi-billion-dollar sites operations contract was tainted by conflicts of interest and impropriety, the National Nuclear Security Administration had made no sudden moves to restart the year-long competition to find the next manager of its two main nuclear-weapon manufacturing plants. […]

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