Red Team Report released

May 1, 2014 No Comments ›› orepa

Even before the Red Team Report on alternatives to the UPF Bomb Plant to Nowhere was finished, OREPA was insisting the Report be made public. Last week, after the Report was submitted to the NNSA, OREPA filed a Freedom of Information Act request for the Report. Today, a declassified version of the Report was released. …

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OREPA files Freedom of Information Act Request for secret Red Team Report

Apr 26, 2014 No Comments ›› orepa

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT REQUEST SEEKS SECRET GOVERNMENT PLAN FOR NUCLEAR WEAPONS PLANT   On Thursday, April 24, 2014, the Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance filed a Freedom of Information Act request seeking public release of the secret Red Team report.   After two false starts and a billion dollars down the drain, the National …

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April Update on UPF

Apr 22, 2014 No Comments ›› orepa

A report from the Government Accountability Office gives readers a peek behind the scenes at the UPF Bomb Plant to Nowhere project in Oak Ridge. The GAO took a look at the technology being developed for the troubled bomb plant and found misrepresentations and mismanagement galore. You can read about it in OREPA’s April UPF …

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GAO report is a peek at larger UPF problems

Apr 21, 2014 No Comments ›› orepa

  The most recent report of the Government Accountability Office sounds like standard, mind-numbing bureaucratic blah-blah-blah: Technology Development Efforts for the Uranium Processing Facility. But for anyone who might be interested in figuring out exactly how the UPF Project in Oak Ridge has wasted a billion dollars and has virtually nothing to show for it, …

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OREPA challenges UPF secret plans

Apr 3, 2014 No Comments ›› orepa

In a letter to Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander, the Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance called for transparency and public involvement in the examination of “alternatives” to the Uranium Processing Facility. OREPA noted the secret “Red Team” which has been studying alternatives to the UPF is preparing to release its report in mid-April, and the result …

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