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Excerpt: ABOUT THIS REPORT This report summarizes the key financial, management and programmatic results presented in the Department?s complete Performance and Accountability Report which was issued on November 15, 2004.
Excerpt: I am pleased to provide our Performance and Accountability Report, presenting information on the Department of Energy?s financial, management, and programmatic results for fiscal year 2004. This report illustrates how we have used the resources entrusted to us in fulfilling the President?s management vision for the energy, economic, and national security of the American people.
Excerpt: PURPOSE OF THE REPORT; The purpose of this report is to highlight the amounts of and trends in support costs incurred by 28 of the Department?s largest contractors, classified by functional activity. These represent the majority of support costs for the Department. This report is issued in response to the House Report, 105-581, accompanying the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act for FY 1999 commending the Department on the development of the Support...
Excerpt: That release was a compilation of forty-nine VENONA translations which related to Soviet espionage efforts against U.S. atomic bomb research, including messages about the Rosenbergs and Manhattan Project.
Excerpt: The first tradition consisted of a loosely knit amalgamation of agencies, offices, and commissions scattered throughout the federal Government dealing with various aspects of non-nuclear federal energy policy and programs.