During a ceremony at National Nuclear Security Administration headquarters
in Washington, DC, NNSA Administrator Linton Brooks awarded the
Department of Energy Secretarys Gold Award to Bob
Kuckuck, former deputy director of Operations. The award is
DOEs highest honor. In the award citation by Energy Secretary
Spencer Abraham, Kuckuck was recognized for superior leadership
and for vision, dedication and commitment to excellence .
. . that have directly resulted in the advancement of initiatives
that are strengthening the nuclear security of the United States
Kuckuck was appointed acting principal deputy administrator for
NNSA in June 2001, shortly after he retired from the Laboratory.
His NNSA assignment ended in December 2002, and he is currently
a senior adviser to Bruce Darling, the University of California
vice president of Laboratory Management.
The Society for Technical Communications has honored the
Innovative Business and Information Services Department with three
publications awards. It gave a Distinguished award in the
annual report category to Gloria Cannon, Ralph Jacobs, and
John Danielson for the Physics and Advanced Technologies
2001 Annual Report; an Excellence award in the magazine
category to the staff of Science & Technology Review,
publication sponsor Tom Isaacs, and scientific editor Kimberly
Budil; and an Excellence award in the book category to George
Kitrinos, Pam MacGregor, and Paul Chrzanowski for Fifty
Years of Accomplishments, which was published to celebrate
the Laboratorys 50th anniversary.
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