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Nuclear Security: DOE Needs to Fully Address Issues to Fully Address Issues Affecting Protective Forcesí Personnel Systems: Testimony Before the Strategic Forces Subcommittee, Armed Services Committee, U.S. Senate
Nuclear Security: DOE Needs to Fully Address Issue

 
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By Gene Aloise (au)
Pages: 16
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437930085

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Statement of Gene Aloise, Dir., Natural Resource and Environment, GAO. The September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks raised concerns about the security of Dept. of Energy (DOE) sites with weapons-grade nuclear material, known as Category I special nuclear material (SNM). To better protect these sites against attacks, DOE has sought to transform its protective forces protecting SNM into a Tactical Response Force (TRF) with training and capabilities similar to the U.S. military. This testimony is based on prior work and has been updated with additional information provided by protective forces' union officials. In a prior report, GAO (1) analyzed information on the management, organization, staffing, training, and compensation of protective forces at DOE sites with Category I SNM; (2) examined the implementation of TRF; (3) assessed DOE's two options to more uniformly manage protective forces; and (4) reported on DOE's progress in addressing protective force issues. DOE generally agreed with the recommendations in GAO's prior report that called for the agency to fully assess and implement, where feasible, measures identified by DOE's 2009 protective forces study group to enhance protective forces' career longevity and retirement options.

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