Senior Director, Communications
Three members of NTI’s Nuclear Materials Security (NMS) team will participate in the 63rd annual meeting of the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM), which will be held virtually from July 24-28, 2022.
A new report was released to improve regional coordination on the security of radioactive sources and to prevent illicit trafficking in Central Asia.
In a speech to the NGO Summit, Des Browne said leaders at the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit must agree on a plan to continue the urgent work of preventing nuclear or radiological catastrophe.
Sam Nunn said governments and industry must continue to work together to prevent nuclear and radiological terrorism.
A Call to Action on Nuclear Terrorism signed by more than 140 global political, diplomatic, business and military leaders, and top experts in nuclear security.
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