2:00 pm

Discussion with Steve Henry, deputy assistant to the secretary of defense for nuclear matters, about DOD’s expectations from LANL and the weapons complex in the future

2:30

Short comments from selected committee members about what factors lead to high scientific quality in the organizations that they have managed

3:30

Break

3:45

Panel discussion continues

4:30

Discussion by telephone with Sidney Drell of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center on the challenges of maintaining excellent scientific quality at LANL

5:15

Other comments

5:30

Adjourn

5:45

Reception; guests invited

CLOSED SESSION

6:30 pm

Committee working dinner

January 23, 2004

OPEN SESSION

8:00 am

Breakfast

8:30

Summary of results of the recent study on DOE science and the study’s insights of relevance to the LANL management competition. Briefing by phone from James Duderstadt, president emeritus, University of Michigan, who was a member of the committee that authored Critical Choices: Science, Energy, and Security

9:00

Discussion by telephone with William Spencer, chairman emeritus of SEMATECH and a member of the 1994-1995 Galvin Commission (Task Force on Alternative Futures for the Department of Energy Laboratories)

10:00

Break



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