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Science and Innovation
National Security - Homeland Security
The Savannah River National Laboratory has extensive experience in supporting the intelligence needs of the United States. SRNL employs its unique expertise in nuclear technologies, Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) signatures, and regional security analysis to examine foreign programs in support of DOE, the Intelligence community, and other U.S. government organizations. As part of the Interagency Treaty Process, SRNL provides support to NNSA and other government organizations for their participation in the process that develops U.S. positions on the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and the Fissile Material Cutoff Treaty, as well as other agreements required for nuclear trade with other countries.
The SRNL support of non-proliferation efforts cross a wide range of activities, including support for technology licensing, evaluations, nuclear interdictions, the International Nonproliferation Export Control Program, and the Global Initiative for Proliferation Prevention. Our internationally recognized expertise stems from the Savannah River Site’s rich history of missions supporting the nation’s nuclear weapons stockpile, and broad base of expertise in nuclear reactor operations, plutonium and tritium processing, spent nuclear fuel reprocessing, environmental monitoring, and materials science. This experience and knowledge driven environment allows SRNL to be a valuable resource in US intelligence and nonproliferation efforts.
- Large Scale Test and Evaluation of Radiation Detection Instrumentation
- Field Exercises in Maritime, Land, and Airborne Settings
- DoD Civilian Support Teams
- First Responder (Rad/Nuc) Training
- DoD Nuclear Disablement Teams
- DTRA Standoff Detection
SRNL Test and Evaluation Facilities
- IPRL - Intelligent Personal Radiation Locator
- SORDS - Standoff Radiation Detector System
- CRAWDAD - Boat-mounted radiation detector tests
- DOLPHIN - Small vessel radiation detector tests