Weapons Complex Monitor is a weekly online publication that brings you first-hand reports from Washington, the major DOE sites and national laboratories, interviews with top-level officials, and predictions for upcoming moves that will affect your business strategy.
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Weapons Complex Monitor Vol. 32 No. 39 PDF
The Department of Energy should award a new long-term contract for cleanup of the Oak Ridge Site in Tennessee by the end of the year, agency officials said at an…
Nuke Agency's Contractor Scorecards for Pandemic Fiscal Year Show Headaches for Warhead Cores, Non-nuclear Components, Test InstrumentsDefense Daily
DoE Nuke Site Has Positive COVID-19 Case; Agency Tracking Disease-related Expenses; Mo. Weapons Factory Exempted From LockdownDefense Daily
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