Nuclear Security: Security Issues At DOE and Its Newly Created National Nuclear Security Administration: T-RCED-00-123

March 2000
GAO Reports;3/14/2000, p1
Government Documents
GAO provides information on the Department of Energy's and the National Nuclear Security Administration's security programs to protect against theft, sabotage, terrorism, and other risks to national security at its facilities. GAO's testimony focuses on oversight of safeguards and security programs at Energy and security issues with the Security Administration.


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