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NNSA releases contractor performance evaluations
The National Nuclear Security Administration last week released performance evaluation summaries on the effectiveness of its management and operating (M&O) contractors in meeting the agency’s expectations during fiscal year 2020.
The summaries feature assessment “scorecards,” as well as links to M&O contractor performance evaluation and measurement plans. Also included are specific contractor accomplishments, plus issues requiring attention.
Technical Session|Sponsored by MCD
Tuesday, November 17, 2020|1:40–3:20PM (2:40–4:20PM EST)
Nicholas A. Gentile
Travis J. Trahan
Brian C. Kiedrowski
Ashley Jiminian (American Nuclear Society)
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Application of lpCMFD for K-Eigenvalue Transport Problems with Feedback
Dean Wang (Ohio State University)
Solution of the Monoenergetic Neutron Transport Equation in a Half Space via Singular Eigenfunction Expansion
Barry D. Ganapol (University of Arizona)
A New Deterministic Truncation of Monte Carlo Solution Using Decoupled Fine-Mesh Finite Difference Method
Inhyung Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology), Yonghee Kim (KAIST)
An Introduction to a Generalized Functional Expansion Tally Library
Chase M. Juneau (Idaho State University), Aaron Johnson (Idaho State University), Katherine Wilsdon (Idaho State University), Leslie M. Kerby (Idaho State University)
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