(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – The Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration’s (DOE/NNSA) Uranium Processing Facility (UPF) Project continues to make substantial progress with the recent completion of the UPF Construction Support Building (CSB) at the Y-12 National...
Aviation History Month is the perfect time to take a fun look back at historic NNSA moments in flight – enjoy these classic “Throwback Thursday” photos from our laboratories and sites.
1957: A prototype US Navy blimp readies for flight at the Nevada Test Site.
1942: Bad weather...
Steve Robison lives by a simple maxim, “The only way you can limit yourself is if you don’t try.”
Robison, a Security Police Officer at the Y-12 National Security Complex, kept this mindset throughout an intense four-week training course he completed this past summer called...
The Y‑12 National Security Complex recently received its Voluntary Protection Program recertification from the U.S. Department of Energy at the Star level. The site has held the distinction since 2012.
To mark the recertification, NNSA Production Office Deputy Manager Teresa Robbins recently...
Today is Programmer’s Appreciation Day. Here is some insight on how these talented professionals help NNSA develop innovative software.
Name: Erika Foster
Title: Senior Software Engineer
Location: NNSA Albuquerque Complex
What is your favorite thing about being a programmer?...
NNSA labs and sites across the country gave back to their communities by teaming up to help military veterans on the 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance.
Employees at the Kansas City National Security Campus (KCNSC) partnered with the Veterans Community Project (VCP) in Kansas City to...
August 26 is National Dog Day so we “paws” to tell the story of an unsung segment of NNSA’s workforce. They’re all good boys and girls – hard-working canines that serve as medical assistance dogs, support law enforcement professionals, and boost morale across NNSA...
Employees at NNSA headquarters and across the Nuclear Security Enterprise couldn’t resist the call of the sun during the 2017 solar eclipse. Protecting their eyes with eclipse glasses and homemade viewers, people watched the rare and beautiful event from California to South Carolina...
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NNSA and its Managing & Operating (M&O) partners employ nearly 40,000 people nationwide. Many work in science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) fields, but there are thousands who support the Nuclear Security Enterprise in everything from accounting to waste...
Today is System Administrator Appreciation Day. Here are some first-hand perspectives on how these dedicated professionals keep NNSA’s information technology up and running.
Name: Raymond Dersch
Title: Sr. Systems Administrator
Location: Kansas City National Security Campus
What does a...