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Mark Peters Appointed Director of Idaho National Lab

Mark Peters, formerly associate director of the Argonne National Laboratory’s energy and global security directorate, will join Idaho National Laboratory as director on Oct. 1. INL said Thursday Peters will succeed John Grossenbacher, who also serves as president of Battelle Energy Alliance, the Battelle-led group that manages INL for the Energy Department. “Mark’s recognized …

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Greg Zacharias to Succeed Mica Endsley as US Air Force Chief Scientist

Greg Zacharias, president and senior scientist at Charles River Analytics, has been elected to serve as the U.S. Air Force’s chief scientist, DoD Buzz reported Thursday. Kris Osborn writes Zacharias will succeed Mica Endsley, who will return to SA Technologies as president. Zacharias will focus on autonomous and unmanned aircraft, …

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DOE’s Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall Highlights Role of Public-Private Partnerships in Consumer Protection

Deputy Energy Secretary Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall discussed the role of public-private collaboration in helping to protect consumers from cyber threats during a panel discussion last week, the Energy Department said Friday. “We must strengthen our cooperation with the private sector to continuously improve our collective cybersecurity capabilities,” Sherwood-Randall said at the White …

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Jetta Wong Named Acting Director of DOE’s New Technology Transitions Office; Ernest Moniz Comments

Jetta Wong, director of lab impact initiative within the Energy Department’s energy efficiency and renewable energy office, has been appointed as acting director of the DOE’s new office of technology transitions. Wong will serve as technology transfer coordinator and adviser to the energy secretary on technology transfer and commercialization activities, DOE …

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Energy Dept Issues Cybersecurity Framework Guidance

The Energy Department has issued a set of guidelines for the implementation of the National Institutes of Standards and Technology’s cybersecurity framework. This release is one of the steps DOE is taking to help the energy sector develop “resilient systems” and maintain critical functions, the department said Thursday. NIST’s cybersecurity framework, issued in …

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