ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Top EM officials highlighted a variety of accomplishments across the DOE cleanup program at the recent National Cleanup Workshop, and outlined efforts underway to support EM’s field sites in continued progress.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A central theme of the “Path to EM Success in 2016 and Beyond” session at the recent National Cleanup Workshop was how EM, its site workers, regulatory agencies, states and communities will build on successful cleanup to achieve goals at Oak Ridge in Tennessee, Savannah River Site (SRS) in South Carolina and the West Valley Demonstration Project (WVDP) in New York.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – EM is looking to enhance how local communities near cleanup sites can be involved in the procurement process to further develop a “field-centric approach” to acquisition and project management, EM Acquisition and Project Management Deputy Assistant Secretary Ralph Holland said at the recently National Cleanup Workshop.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Officials from EM headquarters and the Savannah River National Laboratory discussed progress being made to develop new technology to enhance worker safety, improve performance and reduce cost during a panel at the recent National Cleanup Workshop.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – DOE officials and contractor executives agreed during a panel at the recent National Cleanup Workshop that a 2011 Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board (DNFSB) recommendation galvanized the DOE complex into further strengthening its safety culture.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – EM officials, contractor executives and local officials from communities near DOE sites discussed how successful partnering can help continue cleanup progress during a panel at the recent National Cleanup Workshop.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Work performed by the best and brightest scientists tackling environmental management challenges at DOE’s national laboratories was on display and in the spotlight at a recent exhibition for members of Congress.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sporting camera lenses for eyes, four wheels for feet, a pipestem torso and gloves covering metallic “fingers,” a 650-pound “Bimanual Dexterous Robotic Platform” more commonly known as “Robo Sally” waved and shook hands with people entering the Capitol Hill conference room.