BY THE NUMBERS
Tracking Our Effort
FY22 Funding by Source
DOE: Department of Energy NNSA: National Nuclear Security Administration SPP: Strategic Partnership Projects
Funding, Workforce and Assets
Funding Highlights (FY22)
- NNSA: $2.33B
- DOE: $152M
- SSP: $448M
- DHS: $22M
8,380 LLNS employees, including:
- 14 joint faculty
- 389 postdoctoral researchers
- 112 undergraduate interns
- 146 graduate students
461 contractors (non-LLNS employees)
Physical Assets (FY22)
- 7,617 acres (owned)
- 515 building/trailers
- 6.5 million gross square footage (GSF) in active buildings
- Replacement plant value:
- Funding Highlights (FY22)
- Workforce (FY22)
- Physical Assets (FY22)
SPP: Strategic Partnership ProjectsGSF: Gross Square Footage
Developed thermonuclear warheads small enough to fit on a submarine-launched ballistic missile.
Flow cytometry to sort chromosomes enabled the Human Genome Project.
LLNL formed a first-of-its-kind center to diagnose and compare global climate models.
A mini-satellite with advanced sensors collected 1.7 million images of the Moon.
In a historic world first, LLNL demonstrates fusion ignition at the National Ignition Facility.
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