Two Sandia National Laboratory scientists earned awards for their work in STEM fields.
NNSA joined U.S. experts and those from seven other countries to observe and participate in a Nuclear Energy Disaster Prevention Drill in Japan
NNSA provides radiological incident response equipment and training to emergency response experts in Thailand
NNSA provided a Thai ministry with Emergency Preparedness and Response training and equipment.
Y-12 engineer awarded for Best Technical Paper for Early Career Nuclear Criticality Safety Professional at conference in Paris.
Two NNSA leaders have received the 2019 Presidential Rank Award for demonstrating exceptional service and extraordinary accomplishments.
NNSA joins partner countries for first-ever international symposium on securely transporting nuclear and radioactive materials
U.S. representatives journeyed to Tokyo to participate in the first International Transportation Security Symposium.
The DOE's Veterans Day Celebration Nov. 13 focused on the continued service provided by the military veterans who work at the Department.
The contractor that runs Kansas City National Security Campus hired more than 65 former Harley Davidson employees after the company closed its plant.
Veterans Day honors those who have defended our freedom. We're grateful when they choose to join NNSA.
“Our information exchanges are important and, because of our collaboration, our two countries are better prepared to prevent and mitigate nuclear and radiological threats,” said Ann Heinrich, Director of the Office of Nuclear Incident Policy and Cooperation at NNSA. The accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in 2011 highlighted the need for strengthened [...]