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LIST OF WITNESSES, COMMUNICATIONS, AND

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Page Abrahamson, Ll. Gen. James A., U.S. Air Force, Director, Strategic Defense Initiative Organization,

............. 1223, 1281 Prepared statement...

1296 Bradley, George J., Jr., Acting Assistant Secretary for International Affairs and Energy Emergencies, Department of Energy, prepared statement......

625 Clagett, William H., Administrator, Western Area Power Administration. ............. 1147 Prepared statement......

1149 Cross, Robert J., Administrator, Alaska Power Administration ...............

1137 Biographical sketch.

1143 Prepared statement...... Davis, Brig. Gen. Sidney, U.S. Army, Acting Assistant to the Secretary for Defense (Atomic Energy) ........

........... 1223, 1234 Prepared statement... Elferink, JoAnn, Acting Director, Office of Policy, Planning and Analysis, De

partment of Energy, prepared statement...... Farrell, J. Michael, General Counsel, Department of Energy, prepared statement 635 Fitzpatrick, Donna R., Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable Energy, Department of Energy ...

................. 675, 1051 Biographical sketch. Prepared statement........

678 Flowers, Geraldine P., Deputy Director, Office of Minority Economic Impact, Department of Energy: Biographical sketch.

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Prepared statement.
Foley, Sylvester J., Jr., Assistant Secretary of Energy for Defense Program ............

Prepared statement....
Garrish, Theodore J., Assistant Secretary, Congressional, Intergovernmental, and
Public Affairs, Department of Energy, prepared statement ....................

623 Geisinger, Harry C., Administrator, Southeastern Power Administration.

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1113 Prepared statement..

........... Herrington, John S., Secretary of Energy ..................

583 Biographical sketch .....

600 Letter from

740 Prepared statement..........

586 Hesse, Martha O., Assistant Secretary, Management and Administration, Department of Energy.......... Prepared statement..

613 Johnson, Peter T., Administrator, Bonneville Power Administration .......

1059 Biographical sketch

Prepared statement........ Layton, John C., Inspector General, Department of Energy, prepared statement... 616 Longenecker, John R., Deputy Assistant Secretary for Uranium Enrichment, De partment of Energy....

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Mattingly, Hon. Mack, U.S. Senator from Georgia, prepared statements ........ 601, 1146 McKee, Adm. Kinnaird R., U.S. Navy, Director, Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program ..

1197 Prepared statement........

1206 Rusche, Ben C., Director, Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management, Department of Energy ........... Prepared statement.......

967 Trivelpiece, Dr. Alvin W., Director, Office of Energy Research, Department of Energy....

Prepared statement..... Vaughan, James W., Jr., Acting Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy, Department of Energy.........

Biographical sketch

Prepared statement.
Voight, William R., Jr., Director, Office of Remedial Action and Waste Tech-

nology, Department of Energy......
Walker, Mary L., Assistant Secretary for Environment, Safety, and Health, De
partment of Energy...

Biographical sketch ..........
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824 Wilcox, Dr. Lyle C., Deputy Assistant Secretary for Reactor Systems, Develop

ment, and Technology, Department of Energy ........ Wilkerson, Ronald H., Administrator, Southwestern Power Administration ............ 1117

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Prepared statement.....

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SUBJECT INDEX

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

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ATOMIC ENERGY DEFENSE ACTIVITIES

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Antisubmarine..

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Budget request:
Detail of.

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Fiscal year 1987 .............

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Comprehensive test ban...

1308
Verification

1309
Defense program:
Management strategy..............

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Priorities
Defense waste processing facility .......

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Demolition munitions.

1330
Detection activities ...

1374
DOE waste inventory

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Employment levels .......

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Environmental problems, funding for..

1288
Environmental project funding

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Fernald environmental funding.

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Gramm-Rudman reductions, impact of .. ............................................ 1226, 1235
Hanford waste disposal .....

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High-level waste tanks..

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Idaho calcined solids storage.

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Inertial confinement fusion ......

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Inflation allowance ......
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Laboratory manpower levels.

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Material production requirements ....

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N reactor, extend life of....
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Nuclear materials production:
Analysis of supporting services .....

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Funding by location

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Processing of ...

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Nuclear weapons:
Benefits of testing ..

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Necessity for testing ...

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Process facility modifications

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Reactor operations...................

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Reactors on tritium, number of .....

1345
Reprogrammings...

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Research programs to improve production................

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Savannah River:
Construction of cooling lake at......

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Cooling towers at

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Environmental damage at.
Production reactors at ..
Thermal discharge off Savannah River site...

1341
Thermal mitigation project at..

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Special nuclear materials, report on...

1349 Standard missile-2.

1330 Strategic Defense Initiative..... ...........

.......................... 1281, 1333 Concepts ...........

1290 EIRS Program..........

1302 Fiscal year 1986 supplemental for SDI...

1303 Funding at the national laboratories....

1293 Objectives of ........ ........................................................

1281 Nuclear-directed energy weapons....

1294 Policy ...

1293 Requirement for supplemental funding.

1306 SDI as a nonnuclear option....

1302 Soviet capabilities .......

1294 Work at the national laboratories

1283 Supplemental request....

1338 Test moratorium, impact of a..

1241 Testing: Future.....

1314 Other limitations...

1310 Purpose of ....

1311 Threshold Treaty, compliance with

1307 Uranium enriching

1348 Verification and control technology: Funding...

1372 Personnel....

1373 Waste isolation pilot plant ................

1364 Waste Transfer Program.

1366 Weapons activities ..

1315 Summary of restoration, revitalization, and prevention of plant deterioration (table).

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ENERGY RESEARCH
Budget highlights....
Deferrals, proposed for 1986 ....
Educational investment in the future.....
Fuel cells...

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Funding possibilities, fiscal year 1987.
Fusion Energy Program ..........
High energy physics.
High energy technology R&D..............
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Nuclear physics.
Price-Anderson indemnification extension............
Project review process.
Superconducting super collider

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ENVIRONMENT, SAFETY, AND HEALTH
Applied mathematical sciences
Basic energy sciences ......
Biological and environmental research.
Budget request..........
Chemical sciences operating expenses (table)..................
Cogeneration....
Construction and major equipment funding (table). ......................
Continuous electron beam accelerator facility,
Energy storage
Environmental audit and compliance...
Yigh energy physics .............

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Page International cooperation on physics accelerators..........

888 Magnetic fusion

......... 856, 896 Mendez Foundation .... Multiprogram facilities support ...........

864 Nuclear: Physics ...

842 Sciences Photovoltaics.

882 Physics facilities: Cost of..

892 Utilization of .........

890 Solar building energy systems ....

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879 Solar thermal...

884 Superconducting super collider

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NAVAL NUCLEAR PROPULSION PROGRAM Acoustic performance ..........

1203 Advanced reactor concepts...

1200 Attack submarine, new .......

.......................................................... 1201, 1217 Light Water Breeder Program. ..............

1201 Moored training ship demonstration ............

1201 Naval: Fuel factory..

1217 Nuclear propulsion work .....

1200 Reactors development budget.

1218 Program: Perfomance....

1205 Statistics

1199 Reactor: Plant disposal ...

1220 Safety .............

1198 Responsibilities...... Shipbuilding status.

1218 SSN-21: Improvements......

1202 Status

1204 Submarine: Capabilities

1217 Detection Water Cooled Breeder Program

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NUCLEAR FISSION R&D, URANIUM ENRICHMENT, AND NUCLEAR WASTE DISPOSAL

PROGRAMS Advanced enrichment technology ...

906 Advanced reactor: Concepts.

904 R&D.

999 Budget formulation criteria ........

902 Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Program

907 Civilian waste R&D.... First repository site selection process.......... Geologic siting ...

1043 Hanford site: NRC report on..

992 Oregon-Washington cooperation in review of.............. High temperature gas reactor

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