Sunday, September 04, 2005

Review faults NNSA security management

ROGER SNODGRASS,, Monitor Assistant Editor

The agency responsible for the security of the nation's nuclear complex released a critical independent review of security programs in the weapons laboratories.

The document was the subject of a request under the Freedom of Information Act by the Project on Government Accountability.

Peter Stockton, POGO's principal investigator said the release of the information was long overdue and that it was held internally because it contained harsh criticism of the National Nuclear Security Administration.

The document was developed from October 2003 to April 2004, when a draft was provided NNSA. A final report was transmitted in May.


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