The leaders of the National Nuclear Security Administration.

Civil Rights (NA-1.2)

The office works to create an environment that is free of discrimination and embraces and values all NNSA employees.

Communications (NA-COMM)

The office develops and implements effective strategies to message to external and internal audiences.

Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs (NA-CI)

The mission is to support NNSA's programs through interactions with local, tribal, state, and congressional stakeholders.

Cost Estimating and Program Evaluation (CEPE)

The office provides independent, data-driven analysis on all aspects of the Nuclear Security Enterprise.

Counterterrorism and Counterproliferation (NA-80)

The mission is to counter the threats of stolen or misplaced radioactive materials, a nuclear weapon out of the control of a nation-state, or an improvised nuclear device.

Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation (NA-20)

The office works globally to prevent state and non-state actors from developing nuclear weapons or acquiring weapons-usable nuclear or radiological materials, equipment, technology, and expertise.

Defense Nuclear Security (NA-70)

The office maintains security across all NNSA sites and facilities. It also administers DOE/NNSA security clearances.

Defense Programs (NA-10)

Its mission is to ensure that the United States has a safe, secure, and reliable nuclear stockpile. It is also responsible for the transport of special nuclear materials and equipment.

Emergency Operations (NA-40)

The office leads the Department of Energy's response for all-hazards events and continuity operations.

Environment, Safety, and Health (NA-ESH)

The office provides corporate safety and health programs, responsive and efficient packaging and transportation, nuclear materials integration, enterprise waste management, and sustainable environmental stewardship.

General Counsel (NA-GC)

Its mission is to provide legal advice on a wide variety of complex issues to facilitate achievement of the NNSA's national security mission

Information Management (NA-IM)

The office is responsible for information technology, information management, and cybersecurity for NNSA. 

Infrastructure (NA-90)

The office is responsible for the planning, design, acquisition, operation, maintenance, recapitalization, and disposition of NNSA’s facilities and infrastructure, to achieve world-class infrastructure delivery.

Management and Budget (NA-MB)

The organization provides NNSA with administrative, human resources, and financial support. Budget information is here.

Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program (Naval Reactors) (NA-30)

Its mission is to provide the U.S. Navy with effective nuclear propulsion plants and ensures their safe, reliable and long-lived operation.

Partnership & Acquisition Services (PAS)

The office manages M&O and other contracts, contracting and financial assistance policy and oversight, and acquisition support for field, functional, and program offices.

Policy and Strategic Planning (NA-1.1)

The office advances enterprise-wide objectives and priorities in critical areas such as strategic planning, governance and management, directives coordination, and nuclear security policy.