Three months ago, we found out that investigators were told to "fake their investigation" into security lapses at Sandia National Laboratories, one of the world's most important weapons research facilities. Today, only after very public complaints from the Senate, has the Lab finally started to clean house.Dave Nokes, vice president for national security, has been forced to resign. And Patricia Gingrich, who has been director of the Systems Assessment and Research Center, has been reassigned."Labs management," according to a Sandia statement, "is continuing to review...what additional personnel actions and policy changes may be appropriate" in light of the recent scandal.
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