ability of the laboratories to fulfill their mission. Chapter 4 provides an analysis of the relationships among the several players in the management of the labs—the NNSA, the site offices, the contractors, and the laboratory managers—and the effect of that relationship on the laboratories’ ability to carry out science and engineering research. Finally, Chapter 5 examines the framework for managing science and engineering research at the labs.

In addition, the following appendices are included: Appendix A: Governance Charter for an Interagency Council on the Strategic Capability of DOE National Laboratories as National Security Assets; Appendix B: Presenters and Speakers at Committee Meetings; Appendix C: Review of Relevant Studies and Reports 1995-2010; Appendix D: The Structure of Management Organizations that Govern the NNSA National Security Laboratories; Appendix E: Conduct and Evaluation of Science and Engineering Under the Terms of the Management and Operations (M&O) Contracts; Appendix F: The Investment/Value Returned Framework for Management of S&E; Appendix G: Selected Supporting Information; and Appendix H: Questions Posed to Panels at the Site Visits.



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