Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) takes a holistic approach to its national security work, understanding that solutions must be multifaceted and require the perspectives of scientists, engineers, and experts in policy, economics, and international affairs. PNNL routinely engages a broad, multidisciplinary range of stakeholders to explore innovative ideas and emerging issues and build integrated solutions.
Successful stakeholder engagement campaigns and a lineup of repeat customers serve as the greatest endorsement of the team’s qualifications. Staff at PNNL have decades of experience delivering effective stakeholder engagement and outreach. Drawing on fundamental strengths in science and technology, information analytics and data visualization, economics and international relations, and regional and country-specific expertise, PNNL conducts technical feasibility studies, performs cost and benefit analyses, and evaluates implications of current and emerging technologies to better understand the threat landscape.
PNNL takes its stewardship responsibility as a national repository of technical expertise very seriously and pursues opportunities to cultivate and develop next-generation leaders through internal investments and student outreach and education. PNNL seeks to attract a diverse and talented workforce to tackle the most difficult mission challenges, from international capacity building to next-generation nuclear security leaders, to emergency preparedness, response, recovery, and resilience. Together, these multi-talented professionals develop programs, stakeholder engagement techniques, and processes tailored to worldwide audiences working together to keep our nation safe.