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Future of the Nuclear Security Environment in 2015: Proceedings of a Russian—U.S. Workshop LIST OF ACRONYMS ABM Anti-ballistic Missiles ANL Argonne National Laboratory (U.S.) BNG PS British Nuclear Group Project Services BOG Board of Governors (IAEA) BR Breeding Rations CDP Complex Decommissioning Program CIS Commonwealth of Independent States CMB Coastal Maintenance Bases CNIIKM Central Scientific Research Institute of Structural Materials (Russia) CPPNM Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material CRDF U.S. Civilian Research & Development Foundation CREST Cooperation in Research and Education in Science and Technology CSIS Center for Strategic and International Studies (U.S.) CTBT Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty CTR Cooperative Threat Reduction DG Director General (IAEA) DHS U.S. Department of Homeland Security DNDO U.S. Domestic Nuclear Detection Office DOD U.S. Department of Defense DOE U.S. Department of Energy DPRK Democratic People’s Republic of Korea EBRD European Bank for Reconstruction and Development EU European Union FASI Russian Federal Agency for Scientific Innovation FR Fast Reactor FSUE Federal State Unitary Enterprise (Russia) GAO U.S. General Accounting Office GIF Generation IV International Forum GNEP Global Nuclear Energy Partnership (U.S.)
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Future of the Nuclear Security Environment in 2015: Proceedings of a Russian—U.S. Workshop GR Government Relations GSEC Global Security Engagement and Cooperation GTRI Global Threat Reduction Initiative HEU Highly Enriched Uranium HNMC Heavy Nuclear Missile Cruisers IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency IBRAE Nuclear Safety Institute (Russia) IC International Consultant ICBM Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles IND Improvised Nuclear Device INF Treaty on Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces INFCC International Fuel Cycle Centers INPRO International Project on Innovative Reactors and Fuel Cycles IPFM International Panel on Fissile Materials IPPE Institute of Physics and Power Engineering (Russia) ISTC International Science and Technology Center ITDB Illicit Trafficking Database ITU Institute of Transuranium Elements (EU) ITWG Nuclear Smuggling International Technical Working Group IUEC International Uranium Enrichment Center (Russia) JCC Joint Coordinating Committee JCG Joint Coordinating Group KIMACS Kurchatov Institute Materials Accounting and Control System (Russia) KTTC Kola Training and Technical Center (Russia) LEU Low-Enriched Uranium LLNL Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (U.S.) LMC Liquid-Metal Coolant Reactors LSF Long-term Radioactive Waste Storage Facility LWR Light Water Reactors MA Minor Actinides MES Russian Ministry of Education and Science MESU Ukrainian Ministry of Education and Science MFA Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Russia) MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology (U.S.)
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Future of the Nuclear Security Environment in 2015: Proceedings of a Russian—U.S. Workshop MOD Ministry of Defense (Russia) MOM Material Operation Monitoring System MOX Mixed Oxide Fuel MP Members of Parliament (Russia) MPC&A Material, Protection, Control, and Accounting NAS The U.S. National Academies NDEP Northern Dimension Environmental Partnership NFC Nuclear Fuel Cycle NGO Non-Governmental Organization NIKIET Research and Development Institute for Power Engineering (Russia) NNSA U.S. National Nuclear Security Agency NMS Nuclear Maintenance Service NPP Nuclear Power Plant NPSS Nuclear Powered Surface Ships NPT Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NS Nuclear Submarines NSF U.S. National Science Foundation NTI Nuclear Threat Initiative (U.S.) NTNFC National Technical Nuclear Forensics Center OMB U.S. Office of Management and Budget ORNL Oak Ridge National Laboratory (U.S.) PMBOK Project Management Body of Knowledge PMDA U.S.-Russian Agreement Concerning the Management and Disposition of Plutonium Designated as No Longer Required for Defense Purposes and Related Cooperation RANF Reliable Access to Nuclear Fuel RAS Russian Academy of Sciences RC Reactor Compartment RERTR Reduced Enrichment for Research and Test Reactors Program RR Reactor Rooms RU Reactor Units RW Radiological Waste SLBM Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missiles SMP Strategic Master Plan SNF Spent Nuclear Fuel SORT Strategic Offensive Reduction Treaty SRNL Savannah River National Laboratory (U.S.) START I Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty START II Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty
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Future of the Nuclear Security Environment in 2015: Proceedings of a Russian—U.S. Workshop SWU Separative Work Unit TOR Terms of Reference TR Thorium Reactor TSF Temporary Storage Facility UNSCR 1540 United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540 VLLW Very Low Level Waste VNIINM Bochvar All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Inorganic Materials (Russia) VNIITF All-Russia Scientific Research Institute of Technical Physics (Russia) WBS Work Breakdown Structure (SMP) WMD Weapons of Mass Destruction WNA World Nuclear Association
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Future of the Nuclear Security Environment in 2015: Proceedings of a Russian—U.S. Workshop APPENDICES
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