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Center for Global Security

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Center for Global Security (CGS) studies emerging national security issues through in-depth analysis of the economic, legal, regulatory and policy factors that can influence the development of effective science and technology solutions. Read more ...

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In FY2016, the Center engaged a multidisciplinary set of stakeholders to explore current and emerging threats and to provide recommendations to decision makers, analysts, and researchers in building comprehensive, forward-looking solutions. Check out the CGS FY2016 Annual Report to see the Center’s recent accomplishments and focus areas for FY2017.

Key Visits

On March 27, PNNL's Center for Global Security Director Gretchen Hund hosted Ambassador Laura S.H. Holgate during her visit to PNNL's Seattle office. Ambassador Holgate visited the laboratory to learn more about the focus of current PNNL research and to share her experience having recently served as the U.S. Representative to the Vienna Office of the United Nations and the International Atomic Energy Agency. Read more …

PNNL's Center for Global Security Director Gretchen Hund hosted Ambassador Laura S.H. Holgate during her visit to PNNL's Seattle office.


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Gretchen Hund

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Maren Disney

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