Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Nuclear Fuel Management

NNSA Outlines Future Of Nuclear Weapons Complex
10 April 2006

SOP (WASHINGTON DC)-During a recent congressional hearing , the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) deputy administrator for defense programs, Tom D'Agostino, outlined a plan to establish a smaller, more efficient nuclear weapons complex that will be able to respond to future challenges. The principal elements of the proposed plan, dubbed "Complex 2030", focus on continuing development efforts on a reliable replacement warhead, increasing dismantlement of retired warheads, increasing security and reducing related costs, establishing a consolidated plutonium center, and increasing technical and business uniformity. D'Agostino stated, "By 2030, the vision I set forth is of a world where a smaller, safer, more secure stockpile, with assured reliability over the long term, is backed by an industrial and design capability to respond to changing technical, geopolitical or military needs. Source: http://www.thesop.org/article.php?id=873 (Reliability: 7)


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