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Report 3 on Tracking and Assessing Governance and Management Reform in the Nuclear Security Enterprise (2019)

Chapter: Appendix B: Individuals Interviewed for This Report

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Individuals Interviewed for This Report." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Report 3 on Tracking and Assessing Governance and Management Reform in the Nuclear Security Enterprise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25392.
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B

Individuals Interviewed for This Report
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National Nuclear Security Administration

Senior officials are listed; other employees of NNSA headquarters were also interviewed but are not listed here.

  • Lisa Gordon-Hagerty, Administrator
  • William White, Chief of Staff and Associate Principal Deputy Administrator
  • Steven Erhart, Director, Office of Policy
  • James McConnell, Associate Administrator for Safety, Infrastructure, and Operations
  • Robert Raines, Associate Administrator for Acquisition and Project Management
  • Charles Verdon, Deputy Administrator for Defense Programs
  • Kathleen Alexander, Assistant Deputy Administrator for Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Office of Defense Programs
  • Raymond Baca, Supervisory Contractor Industrial Relations Specialist, Contractor Human Resources
  • Linda Cordero, Director, Office of Budget Formulation and Execution, Defense Programs
  • Claire Dunne, Acting Deputy Associate Administrator of Emergency Operations
  • Stephanie Duran, Deputy Director, Office of Policy
  • Vincent Fisher, Assistant Deputy Administrator, Office of Secure Transportation
  • Christine Gibbs, Policy Advisor, Office of Policy
  • Scott Handy, Assistant Deputy Administrator for Stockpile Management
  • Daniel Hotochin, Senior Program Advisor, Quality Management
  • Joshua Jiricek, Executive Action Officer to the Nuclear Weapons Council Standing and Safety Committee
  • Kent Jones, Assistant Deputy Administrator, Office of Systems Engineering and Integration
  • Brig. Gen. Michael Lutton, Principal Assistant Deputy Administrator for Military Application, Office of Defense Programs
  • Patrick Rhoads, Acting Deputy Director, Office of Policy
  • David Rude, Chief Learning Officer, Office of Human Capital
  • Brooke Samples, Director of International Programs, Office of Defense Programs
  • Ken Sheely, Deputy Associate Administrator for Infrastructure, Office of Safety, Infrastructure, and Operations
  • Daniel Sigg, Deputy Associate Administrator for Safety
  • Ronald Sissel, Deputy Associate Administrator for Financial Management
  • Michael Thompson, Assistant Deputy Administrator for Major Modernization Programs

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1 Titles and positions listed were accurate at the time of the panel’s contact.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Individuals Interviewed for This Report." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Report 3 on Tracking and Assessing Governance and Management Reform in the Nuclear Security Enterprise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25392.
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  • Pamela Villegas, Industrial Relations Specialist, Contractor Human Resources
  • Oliver Voss, Director, Office of Acquisition Management
  • Christopher Yeaw, Chief Scientist, Office of Intelligence, Defense Programs

Discussion Group Participants

  • Mark Anderson, Director, Office of Advanced Simulation and Computing and Institutional Research and Development
  • Na’ilah Bowden, Program Manager, Office of Infrastructure Planning and Analysis
  • Dave Bowman, Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of Counterterrorism and Counterproliferation
  • Pat Cahalane, Principal Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of Safety, Infrastructure and Operations
  • Sheila Feddis, Acting Director, Office of Infrastructure Operations and Modernization
  • Monty Fritts, Project Manager, Material, Recycle and Recovery/Storage Programs, Office of Defense Programs
  • Fana Geveyehu-Houston, Director, Office of Cost Performance and Analysis
  • Tim Gipe, Program Manager, Office of Advanced Simulation and Computing
  • Daniel Gonzalez, Recapitalization Program, Office of Safety, Infrastructure and Operations
  • Brian Hooper, Deputy Assistant for Science and Engineering
  • Brian Kanagaki, Acting Director, Defense Programs
  • Anika Khanna, General Engineer, Office of Infrastructure and Operations
  • Jessica Kunkle, Director, Office of Safety, Infrastructure and Operations, and Program Management Office
  • David LaGraffe, Associate Assistant Deputy Administrator for Defense
  • John Michele, Plutonium Program Manager, Defense Programs
  • Johnny Navarus, Nuclear Safety Specialist
  • James Peltz, Program Manager, Office of Advanced Scientific Computing and Institutional Research and Development
  • Kaylyn Peters, Program Manager, Office of Infrastructure Planning and Analysis
  • Kenneth Sheely, Deputy Associate Administrator for Infrastructure
  • Becky Sipes, General Engineer, Office of Safety, Infrastructure and Operations
  • Janice Stall, Program Management Office, Office of Safety, Infrastructure and Operations
  • Conrad Valencia, Nuclear Engineer, Office of Safety, Infrastructure and Operations
  • Stephen Wallace, Senior Advisor, Office of Safety, Infrastructure and Operations
  • Tom Wilson, Program Management Office, Office of Safety, Infrastructure and Operations
  • Jim Winter, Program Lead, Integrated Safety Management

Kansas City National Security Campus (KCNSC)

  • Mark Holecek, Field Office Manager, Kansas City Field Office (KCFO)
  • Jeff Shoulta, Deputy Field Office Manager, KCFO
  • Paul Dieckmann, Weapons Quality Assurance Lead, KCFO
  • John Ricciardelli, President, Honeywell Federal Manufacturing and Technologies (FM&T)
  • Monica Vegge, Senior Manager, Finance, Honeywell FM&T

Discussion Group Participants

  • Bryan Adams, Principal Program Manager, Honeywell FM&T
  • Shirley Baker, Principal Security Specialist, Honeywell FM&T
  • Linda Batrick, Program Security, Honeywell FM&T
  • Steve Beeler, Senior Finance Manager, Honeywell FM&T
Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Individuals Interviewed for This Report." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Report 3 on Tracking and Assessing Governance and Management Reform in the Nuclear Security Enterprise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25392.
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  • Josh Bevivino, Weapons Quality Assurance, KCFO
  • Michelle Bright, Principal Mechanical Engineer, Honeywell FM&T
  • Pat Cisper, Senior Manager, Honeywell FM&T
  • Lillian Cooper, Senior Information Technology Manager, Honeywell FM&T
  • Helena Covington, Lead Project Manager for Mission Assurance, Honeywell FM&T
  • Tom Davis, Program Manager, Honeywell FM&T
  • Paul Dieckmann, Lead, Weapons Quality Assurance, KCFO
  • Natalie Elder, Senior Tech Manager Quality Engineering, Honeywell FM&T
  • Laurel Fetterer, Security Director, KCFO
  • Elizabeth Fossey, Senior Manufacturing Manager, Integrated Supply Chain, Honeywell FM&T
  • Andrew Gibler, Assistant Field Office Manager for Environmental Safety and Health, Security, Business Systems, KCFO
  • Albert Guarino, Field Office General Counsel, Honeywell FM&T
  • Steve Halter, Senior Program Manager, Honeywell FM&T
  • Rich Heim, Project Lead, Engineering, Honeywell FM&T
  • Angelique Henry, Senior Weapons Quality Assurance Specialist, KCFO
  • Tim Hogan, Program Manager, Honeywell FM&T
  • Bradley Hughes, Senior Director, Nuclear Weapons Programs, Honeywell FM&T
  • Keith Ice, Vice President of Integrated Supply Chain, Honeywell FM&T
  • Jim Jamieson, Director, Strategy and Transformation, Honeywell FM&T
  • David Jordan, Principal Program Manager, Honeywell FM&T
  • John Jungk, Senior Technical Manager, Engineering, Honeywell FM&T
  • Catherine Karney, Cost Engineer, KCFO
  • Joe Kaup, Manager, Program Management, Air Delivered Programs, Honeywell FM&T
  • John Kendrick, Quality Team Manager, Honeywell FM&T
  • Stefan Komarek, Operating Model Support, Mission Assurance, Honeywell FM&T
  • Ryan Matthews, Chief Financial Officer, Honeywell FM&T
  • Stuart McArthur, Senior Director, Mission Assurance, Honeywell FM&T
  • David McMindes, Chief Technology Officer, Honeywell FM&T
  • Michelle Oakes, Program Manager, Honeywell FM&T
  • Nick Olson, Project Lead, Engineering, Honeywell FM&T
  • John Raine, Senior Purchasing Manager, Integrated Supply Chain, Honeywell FM&T
  • Tim Reno, Senior Manager, Program Management, Honeywell FM&T
  • Robert Repine, Program Manager, Honeywell FM&T
  • Shekita Robinson, Assistant Field Office Manager, Mission Assurance, KCFO
  • Mitch Seibolt, Senior Facilities Analyst, Honeywell FM&T
  • Janet Simpson, Lead HR Support Specialist, Honeywell FM&T
  • Matt Smith, Senior Program Manager, Honeywell FM&T
  • Tanya Snyder, Communications Lead, Honeywell FM&T
  • Edward Stimac, Senior Contracts Manager, Honeywell FM&T
  • Beth Walker, Program Engineer, KCFO
  • Michelle Walling, Program Management, Honeywell FM&T
  • Scott White, Health, Safety and Environmental, Honeywell FM&T
  • June Zhuang, Manufacturing Lead, Honeywell FM&T

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)

  • William Goldstein, Laboratory Director, LLNL
Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Individuals Interviewed for This Report." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Report 3 on Tracking and Assessing Governance and Management Reform in the Nuclear Security Enterprise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25392.
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  • Thomas Gioconda, Deputy Laboratory Director, LLNL
  • Christopher Brannan, Chief Financial Officer, LLNL
  • Peter Rodrik, Field Office Manager, Livermore Field Office
  • Janis Parenti, Deputy Field Office Manager, Livermore Field Office

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)

  • Steve Goodrum, Field Office Manager, Los Alamos Field Office
  • Thomas Mason, Laboratory Director, LANL
  • Tim Babicke, Deputy Director, Human Resources, LANL
  • Richard Fry, Program Manager, Human Resources, LANL
  • James Paul Johnson, Chief Financial Officer and Division Leader, LANL

Nevada National Security Site (NNSS)

  • Steven Lawrence, Field Office Manager, Nevada Field Office (NFO)
  • John Benner, Vice President and Deputy Site Manager, NNSS
  • David Bowman, (Incoming) Deputy Manager, NFO
  • Juan Griego, (Outgoing) Deputy Manager, NFO

NNSA Production Office (NPO): Y-12 National Security Complex and Pantex Plant

  • Geoffrey Beausoleil, Field Office Manager, NPO
  • Morgan Smith, President and Chief Executive Officer, Consolidated Nuclear Security

Sandia National Laboratories (SNL)

  • Stephen Younger, Laboratory Director, SNL
  • Lyle Lininger, Senior Administrator, Business Management Professional, SNL
  • John Myers, Senior Director, Human Resources and Communications, SNL
  • Jeffrey Harrell, Manager, Sandia Field Office
  • Tiffany Pegues, Manager, Compensation, SNL

Savannah River Site (SRS)

  • Nicole Nelson-Jean, Savannah River Field Office Manager
  • Wallis Spangler, Senior Vice President for NNSA Operations and Programs, SRS

Government Accountability Office

  • Allison Bawden, Director, U.S. and International Nuclear Security and Cleanup Issues
  • Quindi Franco, Assistant Director, Natural Resources and Environment
  • Amanda Goolden, Analyst, National Resources and Environment
  • Jason Holliday, Assistant Director, Natural Resources and Environment
  • David Trimble, Director, Natural Resources and Environment

Office of Management and Budget

  • Robert Nassif, Chief, Force Structure and Investment Branch
  • Alex Reed, Program Examiner

Department of Defense

  • Col. Clark Allred, Chief Scientist, Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center
Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Individuals Interviewed for This Report." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Report 3 on Tracking and Assessing Governance and Management Reform in the Nuclear Security Enterprise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25392.
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  • Steven Amburgey, Deputy Air Force Program Executive Officer for Strategic Systems, Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center
  • James Colasacco, Division Chief, Global Strike Capabilities Division, U.S. Strategic Command
  • Peter Fanta, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Nuclear Matters) and Nuclear Weapons Council
  • Gen. Daryl Hauck, U.S. Air Force Program Executive Officer for Strategic Systems
  • John Hill, Branch Head, U.S. Navy Strategic Systems Program
  • Allen Marquis, U.S. Navy Strategic Systems Program
  • Rodney Miller, Senior Leader Executive and the Chief Scientist for Air Force Global Strike Command
  • Billy Mullins, Associate Deputy Chief of Staff, Strategic Deterrence and Nuclear Integration, Headquarters, A10, Air Force
  • Joseph Oder, Director, Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center

Department of Energy

  • Dan Brouillette, Deputy Secretary and Chief Operating Officer

Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board

  • Col. Thomas Summers, Member, Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board

Other

  • Richard Mies, Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Strategic Command (retired)
  • Kathleen Peroff, Deputy Associate Director, National Security, Office of Budget and Management (retired)
Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Individuals Interviewed for This Report." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Report 3 on Tracking and Assessing Governance and Management Reform in the Nuclear Security Enterprise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25392.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Individuals Interviewed for This Report." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Report 3 on Tracking and Assessing Governance and Management Reform in the Nuclear Security Enterprise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25392.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Individuals Interviewed for This Report." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Report 3 on Tracking and Assessing Governance and Management Reform in the Nuclear Security Enterprise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25392.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Individuals Interviewed for This Report." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Report 3 on Tracking and Assessing Governance and Management Reform in the Nuclear Security Enterprise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25392.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Individuals Interviewed for This Report." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Report 3 on Tracking and Assessing Governance and Management Reform in the Nuclear Security Enterprise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25392.
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The congressionally mandated report A New Foundation for the Nuclear Enterprise (the "Augustine-Mies" report), released in November 2014, concluded that "the existing governance structures and many of the practices of the [nuclear security] enterprise are inefficient and ineffective, thereby putting the entire enterprise at risk over the long term." Following the release of the Augustine-Mies report, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2016 called for DOE to develop an implementation plan for responding to the recommendations in that and similar reports. The NDAA also called for a 4 1⁄2-year study, joint between the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine and the National Academy of Public Administration, to evaluate the implementation plan, to track the actions proposed in that plan, and to assess progress. This report is the third in a series of reports to be issued over 2017–2020 as part of that study.

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