New Strategic Vision: 2024-2034 ‘Charts Steady Beat Of Progress’ Across Environmental Management Complex 

Los Alamos Daily Post — March 16, 2024

 WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Environmental Management (EM) (htps:// today released its Strategic Vision 2024-2034 (htps://, a blueprint to the program’s anticipated cleanup achievements over the next decade. 

Built on successes achieved in recent years, the document is an update of previous editions and was developed through outreach and with feedback from regulators, tribal nations (htps://, EM advisory boards (htps://, local communities and other partners. 

“The fifth iteration of the Strategic Vision charts a steady beat of progress for 2024 to 2034 at every EM site,” EM Senior Advisor William “Ike” White said. “No longer mapping out how to achieve the cleanup mission, we are now focused on successfully executing remaining work while encouraging innovation and driving continuous improvement along the way.” 

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