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SANTA FE – State lawmakers got an up-to-the-minute snapshot of the outlook at Los Alamos National Laboratory as they prepared for a 60-day legislative session just around the corner.
The LANL oversight committee heard an upbeat report from lab Director Michael Anastasio Friday and quizzed him for any clues about what the economic future might look like for northern New Mexico.
Anastasio led with the news of the week, that DOE’s annual performance evaluation was not only positive and trending upward for the laboratory, but had also added an additional year to the management company’s contract.
“I’m very pleased that they gave us a very good overall report card, especially for our missions, programs and science,” Anastasio said, who also serves as president of Los Alamos National Security, the partnership that manages the laboratory.
“It’s even more important that they added an additional year to our contract,” he said.
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