The last thing anyone wants to gamble on, even in Vegas, is national security. National Securities Technologies (NSTec) deals primarily with nuclear stockpiles and national security issues. It manages operations at the Nevada Test Site, as well as related laboratories and facilities. NSTec has three core programs: Defense Experimentation and Stockpile Stewardship (monitoring and maintaining nuclear weapons), Environmental Management (nuclear material handling and storage), and Homeland Security & Defense Applications (national defense matters and security and threat prevention). NSTec is a joint venture set up by
Each of the companies involved in the joint venture contribute their own expertise to NSTec and its programs.
NSTec's central focus is managing operations at the Nevada Test Site for the
Additionally, NSTec collaborates with engineering and science research organizations, including the
NSTec designs, fabricates, and tests electro-optic and recording systems for capturing fast transient signals (short-lived signals), which are used in field operations under severe environmental conditions. Its Livermore Operations in California oversees research, development, and testing of electronic, laser, and instrument engineering.
The joint venture also focuses on homeland security, defense applications, and environmental management.
Headquartered in Las Vegas, NSTec has sites in North Las Vegas and Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada; Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland; Los Alamos and Albuquerque, New Mexico; and Livermore and Santa Barbara, California. Satellite offices reside in New Mexico; California; and Washington, DC, along with nine other states in the US.
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In addition to its work with the DOE, NSTec works with other federal agencies such as the US
Upgrading its technology, in 2014 NSTec selected a new
In 2013 the company joined forces with
That year NSTec was awarded four Sustainability Awards from the National Nuclear Security Administration for projects that promote energy efficiency. It also issued a contract to use a new scanner for applied research on nuclear detection technology developed by Decision Sciences International of Virginia.
2621 LOSEE RD
North Las Vegas, NV 89030-4129
Phone: 1 (702) 295-1000
Employer Type: Privately Owned
Manager, Performance Analysis: Brian Barbero
Compliance: Craig Bisagna
Senior Investment Specialist: Michael Zoitas
Employees (This Location): 806
Employees (All Locations): 2,543
North Las Vegas, NV
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