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    Located about 35 miles northwest of Santa Fe, LANL is a multi-program, federally funded research and development center for the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). LANL's priority roles are serving as a nuclear weapons design agency and a nuclear weapons production agency; addressing nuclear threats; and performing national security science, technology, and engineering.

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    Emergency Communication

    Stay informed during an emergency.

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    Events Calendar

    Learn about Lab seminars and conferences; attend our Frontiers in Science lecture series, the Director's Colloquia, community events and educational programs; view public notices; and attend classes.

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    Vendor Security Requirements

    Exhibit G details the security requirements that subcontractors must meet as part of their contractual agreement with Triad, LLC.

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    Security Perimeter

    Protecting the Laboratory against threats and vulnerabilities.

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    Ombuds Office

    The mission of the Ombuds Office is to enhance communication and mitigate conflict at the Laboratory.

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    Payments to the Lab

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    Uncleared Personal Identity Verification (UPIV)

    Learn about the Uncleared Personal Identity Verification (UPIV) process.

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