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    January 2022 Update

    The US and its allies depend on LANL’s ability to innovate in and execute on our R&D functions. We effectively lead and coordinate efforts within the Laboratory and across partnering institutions and communities. We seek to enhance transparency and distribute decision making within LANL and in partnership with the NNSA, DOD, Congress, and other institutions central to our mission.

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    January 2022 Update

    The US and its allies depend on LANL’s ability to innovate in and execute on our R&D functions. We effectively lead and coordinate efforts within the Laboratory and across partnering institutions and communities. We seek to enhance transparency and distribute decision making within LANL and in partnership with the NNSA, DOD, Congress, and other institutions central to our mission.

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    The Leadership Team is fully committed to enabling the Laboratory’s mission while supporting its people, further enhancing the culture, and meeting the goals outlined in the Agenda.

     

    Pictured from bottom left are Kelly Beierschmitt, Bob Webster, Thom Mason, Frances Chadwick, and John Sarrao; (row two) Irene Qualters, Kathye Segala, John Benner, Angela Mielke, LeAnne Stribley, and James Owen; and (row three) Nancy Jo Nicholas, Charlie Nakhleh, Bret Simpkins, Toni Taylor, and Mark Anthony. Not pictured: Pat Fitch and Michael Hazen.

    Mission

    To solve national security challenges through simultaneous excellence.

    Vision

    To be trusted by our nation, emulated by our peers, and respected by the world.

    Culture

    How we do work is as important as what we do.

    Values

    Service

    Serving our nation, our partners, our community, and each other.

    Integrity

    Demonstrating honesty, ethical conduct, accountable stewardship, and individual responsibility.

    Teamwork

    Achieving our best by respecting diverse opinions and backgrounds, exploring alternatives, and collaborating with colleagues and partners.

    Excellence

    Ensuring safe and secure mission delivery in nuclear security; science, technology, and engineering; operations; and community relations.

    STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

    Nuclear Deterrent - Lead the nation in evaluating, developing, and ensuring effectiveness of our nuclear deterrent, including the design, production, and certification of current and future nuclear weapons.

    Threat Reduction - Anticipate persistent and emerging threats to global security; develop and deploy revolutionary tools to detect, deter, and respond proactively.

    Technical Leadership - Deliver scientific discoveries and technical breakthroughs to advance relevant research frontiers and anticipate emerging national security risks.

    Trustworthy Operations - Consistently demonstrate and be recognized by diverse stakeholders for trusted and trustworthy operations.

    Critical Outcomes

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