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WASHINGTON, D.C. – A new set of operating principles for operations across the nuclear security enterprise were introduced by the administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration.
Speaking at the second annual Deterrence Summit today, NNSA Administrator Tom D’Agostino highlighted the President’s FY2011 budget request that includes an increase of 13 percent over last year’s budget.
D’Agostino said the $1.2 billion request, “reflects both the President’s commitment to the unprecedented nuclear security agenda he outlined last year in his Prague speech, and the critical role NNSA plays in implementing that agenda.”
The administrator also highlighted the connection between strengthening NNSA’s infrastructure and strengthening nuclear nonproliferation efforts, saying “the same facilities, the same scientists, and the same core capabilities that support our stockpile also support these other missions.”
Excerpts from his remarks included the following statements:
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