NIS

  • Challenge: Maintain the U.S. ability to monitor and verify nuclear reduction agreements and detect violations of treaties and other nuclear nonproliferation commitments.Solution: Develop and deploy
  • Challenge: Address evolving threats/challenges to the nonproliferation and arms control regimes.Solution: Develop programs and strategies to address emerging nonproliferation and arms control
  • The mission of the Office of Nonproliferation and Arms Control (NPAC) is to prevent proliferation, ensure peaceful nuclear uses, and enable verifiable nuclear reductions. NPAC provides a
  • Challenge: Detect/deter illicit transfers of nuclear/dual-use materials, technology, and commodities.Solution: Build domestic and international capacity to implement and meet export control
  • Challenge: Detect/deter undeclared nuclear materials and activities.Solution: Build capacity of the International Atomic Energy Agency and Member States to implement and meet safeguards obligations.
  • Working in close collaboration with DOE laboratories, DNN develops and tests new technologies to advance U.S. capabilities to monitor nonproliferation and arms control treaty and agreement
  • NNSA’s Office of Nonproliferation and International Security (NIS) received two awards from the National Association of Government Communicators (NAGC) Blue Pencil and Gold Screen Awards Competition
  • To highlight the successful completion of the major goals of the 1993 HEU Purchase Agreement, Greg Dwyer, Director of the U.S.-Russia HEU Transparency Program within NNSA’s Office of
  • Reaching President Obama’s goal of a world without nuclear weapons requires overcoming technical challenges in verifying disarmament. For more than a decade, the U.S. and U.K. have worked together
  • NNSA’s Next Generation Safeguards Initiative (NGSI) sponsors a project promoting international Safeguards by Design (SBD).  The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA ) has described the SBD