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The Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board experienced the largest negative swing for a small agency - and reporting driven by FOIA over the past year gives us a good idea why. Correspondence obtained by The Center for Public Integrity shows that for the past several years, the board has been plagued ...
At the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board, the disparity is $70,000, or a 42% pay gap. Similar gaps were found in varied offices such as public safety regulators, the Department of Agriculture, the Commission of Fine Arts and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. “We need to raise the ...

The chairman of a federal oversight agency responsible for safety at nuclear weapons facilities has stepped down amid turmoil over both his management and his recommendation to President Trump that the agency be abolished. The Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board — chaired until this week by ...
TYSONS CORNER, VA, Feb. 2, 2018 — CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) will offer collab9's cloud-based unified communications-as-a-service technology to the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board to fulfill work under a General Services Administration contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday. The GSA ...
CenturyLink and collab9, a FedRAMP-authorized provider of secure cloud communications, won a contract to provide UCaaS capabilities to the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board. Release. > The California Senate has approved a bill to put net neutrality laws in place despite a provision in the FCC's ...

CenturyLink and collab9 won a contract to provide Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) capabilities to the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board (DNFSB). The contract, which has a term of one year with two one-year renewal options, was awarded to CenturyLink via one of the General ...
The Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board has been an independent overseer of nuclear facilities throughout the country — including the Hanford Site — for nearly three decades. But now there is a disturbing effort from inside the organization to dismantle it, or at the very least, significantly reduce its ...

A proposal by its Chairman Sean Sullivan to eliminate the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board (DNFSB) is being opposed by the Regional Coalition of LANL Communities, according to Executive Director Andrea Romero. In a June 29 letter to the Office of Management and Budget, Sullivan proposed ...
In June, the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board's chairman, Sean Sullivan — Hamilton's fellow Republican on the board — secretly urged the Trump administration to eliminate the safety board altogether. The White House has said it will address the idea early next year, but some lawmakers have ...
In December 2015 the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board (DNFSB) reported that then-DOE Secretary Moniz approved re-categorizing the Rad Lab “with a material-at-risk limit of 400 g plutonium- 239 equivalent.” [4] Starting in 2016, NNSA has already spent $2 million in the process to re-categorize ...
As recently as October 2017, work paused at one of the lab's waste facilities after a radioactive waste drum was unexpectedly found to contain beryllium, according to a report from the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board, an independent advisory board that reports to Energy Secretary Rick Perry.


 

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