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SRNSServing Radio Network Subsystem (GPRS)
SRNSSteroid Responsive Nephrotic Syndrome
SRNSSchool Register of Needs Survey (South Africa)
SRNSSavannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC
SRNSSteroid-Resistant Nephrotic Syndrome (kidney disorder)
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Under Flowers' tenure at SRNS, the Fluor, Newport News and Honeywell team has achieved many notable milestones which include: executing ARRA-funded Cold War-era cleanup; improving operations at the Savannah River National Laboratory (SNRL); forging a relationship between SRS, SRNL and the business and engineering schools of the University of South Carolina; and accelerating the disposal schedule and disposition of transuranic nuclear wastes stored at the Site.
Placing Dwayne in this key leadership role further demonstrates Fluor's continuing commitment to place our experienced executives in key positions to help SRNS meet DOE's goal of achieving meaningful and sustainable mission growth at Savannah River.
We think PRISM can be ideally suited to support one of the SRNS initiatives, as PRISM technology has the potential to address many of the nuclear fuel challenges we face today," Reda said.
Terry Michalske, director of the Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL), will provide executive direction for SRNS activities along with Dr.
Fluor's group executive and current SRNS chairman, John L.
Following a 90-day transition period, SRNS will be responsible for management and operating at the DOE's Savannah River Site with a workforce of approximately 6,200 employees.