THE 15TH ANNUAL NUCLEAR DETERRENCE SUMMIT!

The Summit brings together industry experts involved in the field of nuclear deterrence to discuss the management of the nuclear complex, the security of the stockpile, arms control negotiations, and strategic policy.

Attend

Gather information through conference sessions, such as deterrence outlook, modernization strategy, updates from the National Nuclear Security Agency labs, Congressional initiatives and more!

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Become a sponsor at the Nuclear Deterrence Summit to network and connect with major players in the nuclear deterrence industry.

Exhibit

Reach more than 400 industry professionals over 3 days of the conference, with time built in for attendees to visit the exhibits.

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2022 Speakers

Industry and government experts will inspire, present updates, and discuss business opportunities that you will be able to act on.

2023 will include speakers from the NNSA, the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate, National Laboratories, the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Department of Defense, contractors, and more.

Vice Admiral Johnny Wolfe

Director for Strategic Systems Programs
U.S. Navy

Jill Hruby

Under Secretary for Nuclear Security of the U.S. DOE & Administrator of NNSA
National Nuclear Security Administration

Charles P. Verdon, PhD

Deputy Administrator for Defense Programs
National Nuclear Security Administration

Major General Ferdinand B. Stoss III

Director, Plans and Policy
United States Strategic Command

2022 Sponsors

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Pits feel the pinch in short-term federal budget bill for fiscal year 23

Friday, September 30th, 2022

The National Nuclear Security Administration removed a tranche of weapon useable plutonium from the Nevada National Security Site after a roughly three-year layover, Nevada’s senior U.S. Senator said Friday. The nuclear weapons agency moved the plutonium to the test site in 2018 after the state of South Carolina successfully sued the government for keeping the […]

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Livermore lab director Budil arrested for driving under the influence, speeding

Friday, September 30th, 2022

The National Nuclear Security Administration removed a tranche of weapon useable plutonium from the Nevada National Security Site after a roughly three-year layover, Nevada’s senior U.S. Senator said Friday. The nuclear weapons agency moved the plutonium to the test site in 2018 after the state of South Carolina successfully sued the government for keeping the […]

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NNSA plans to finalize new cybersecurity directive in April, agency tells GAO

Friday, September 30th, 2022

The National Nuclear Security Administration removed a tranche of weapon useable plutonium from the Nevada National Security Site after a roughly three-year layover, Nevada’s senior U.S. Senator said Friday. The nuclear weapons agency moved the plutonium to the test site in 2018 after the state of South Carolina successfully sued the government for keeping the […]

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COVID-19 created more than a year’s worth of delays for pit production at Los Alamos, lab said

Friday, September 30th, 2022

The National Nuclear Security Administration removed a tranche of weapon useable plutonium from the Nevada National Security Site after a roughly three-year layover, Nevada’s senior U.S. Senator said Friday. The nuclear weapons agency moved the plutonium to the test site in 2018 after the state of South Carolina successfully sued the government for keeping the […]

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Round up: at the IAEA general conference; NNSA grant to Case Western; BWXT finance personnel; more

Friday, September 30th, 2022

The National Nuclear Security Administration removed a tranche of weapon useable plutonium from the Nevada National Security Site after a roughly three-year layover, Nevada’s senior U.S. Senator said Friday. The nuclear weapons agency moved the plutonium to the test site in 2018 after the state of South Carolina successfully sued the government for keeping the […]

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Couple again pleas out in case of stolen nuclear sub secrets

Friday, September 30th, 2022

The National Nuclear Security Administration removed a tranche of weapon useable plutonium from the Nevada National Security Site after a roughly three-year layover, Nevada’s senior U.S. Senator said Friday. The nuclear weapons agency moved the plutonium to the test site in 2018 after the state of South Carolina successfully sued the government for keeping the […]

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Editorial: if Dr. Kimberly Budil deserves the NNSA’s confidence, so do others

Friday, September 30th, 2022

The National Nuclear Security Administration removed a tranche of weapon useable plutonium from the Nevada National Security Site after a roughly three-year layover, Nevada’s senior U.S. Senator said Friday. The nuclear weapons agency moved the plutonium to the test site in 2018 after the state of South Carolina successfully sued the government for keeping the […]

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DOE extends Fluor-led SRS prime; security provider deal next

Friday, September 30th, 2022

The National Nuclear Security Administration removed a tranche of weapon useable plutonium from the Nevada National Security Site after a roughly three-year layover, Nevada’s senior U.S. Senator said Friday. The nuclear weapons agency moved the plutonium to the test site in 2018 after the state of South Carolina successfully sued the government for keeping the […]

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BWXT asks NRC for lighter punishment, no fines, over fatal fire in Lynchburg

Friday, September 23rd, 2022

The National Nuclear Security Administration removed a tranche of weapon useable plutonium from the Nevada National Security Site after a roughly three-year layover, Nevada’s senior U.S. Senator said Friday. The nuclear weapons agency moved the plutonium to the test site in 2018 after the state of South Carolina successfully sued the government for keeping the […]

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NNSA removed former Savannah River plutonium from Nevada site, Senator says

Thursday, September 22nd, 2022

The National Nuclear Security Administration removed a tranche of weapon useable plutonium from the Nevada National Security Site after a roughly three-year layover, Nevada’s senior U.S. Senator said Friday. The nuclear weapons agency moved the plutonium to the test site in 2018 after the state of South Carolina successfully sued the government for keeping the […]

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