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Department of Energy Collection (145 Books)


DOE is leading the effort to address the challenge of Global Climate Change through innovative programs and cutting edge technologies. The DOE collection contains publications on a wide variety of energy information, addressing topics such as energy savings tips, Researchers, Climate Changes, Market Trends, Energy Sources, Health, Safety and Security, Science and Technology.

 
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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

By: Marilyn Dillon

Excerpt: OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT

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Office of Finance and Oversight (Me-12)

By: Phil Pegnato

Excerpt: Finance Division Director, Juanita Delair ME-121 Oversight and Evaluation Division (Acting) Director, Phil Pegnato ME-122

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

By: Warren Huffer

Excerpt: Systems Team Rob Dawson, Team Leader Planning, Standards & Reporting Team Micheala Brown Team Leader

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Energy Finance and Accounting Service Center (Me-14)

By: Wendy L. Miller

Excerpt: Financial Reporting and Analysis Division Director, Vacant ME-141 Accounting Operations Division Director, Kevin Majane ME-142

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Financial Reporting and Analysis Division

Excerpt: Financial Systems Team -- Team Lead, Shirley Barker

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Accounting Operations Division

By: Kevin Majane

Excerpt: Accounting Operations Division Director, Kevin Majane ME-142

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

Excerpt: OFFICE OF WORKING CAPITAL FUND Howard Borgstrom ME-15

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

By: James Campbell

Excerpt: OFFICE OF COMPETITIVE SOURCING Dennis O'Brien ME-2.1 -- OFFICE OF SCHEDULING AND ADVANCE Judd Swift ME-2.2 -- OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS Warren Huffer (Acting) ME-2.5

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

By: Sal Golub

Excerpt: Office of Program Analysis and Evaluation

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

By: Dennis O'Brien

Excerpt: OFFICE OF COMPETITIVE SOURCING

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

Excerpt: OFFICE OF SCHEDULING AND ADVANCE

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

By: Robert Jenkins

Excerpt: Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

By: Warren Huffer

Excerpt: Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

By: Joann Luczak

Excerpt: BUDGET ANALYSIS DIVISION Adrianne Moss ME-31

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

Excerpt: OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION Brian Costlow ME-40

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

Excerpt: OFFICE OF HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT Claudia Cross, Director ME-50

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

Excerpt: OFFICE OF PROCUREMENT AND ASSISTANCE MANAGEMENT Richard Hopf ME-60

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

Excerpt: OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAT James Solit ME-70

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Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (Series Report)

Excerpt: OFFICE OF ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT James Rispoli, Director ME-90

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The Manhattan Project

Excerpt: From Protons to Neutrons: Fermi Rutherford, Einstein, and Bohr proved to be wrong in this instance, and the proof was not long in coming. Beginning in 1934, the Italian physicist Enrico Fermi began bombarding elements with neutrons instead of protons, theorizing that Chadwick?s uncharged particles could pass into the nucleus without resistance. Like other scientists at the time, Fermi paid little attention to the possibility that matter might disappear during bo...

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