Field Operations Organization

The Field Operations organization includes the following offices:

The Office of Field Safety, Security and Infrastructure enables the Office of Science mission by providing program management for the infrastructure, security, and sustainability programs at Office of Science laboratories.  This Office also provides support for the operations at each of the ten SC laboratories, promoting safe and responsible operations including worker safety and health, emergency management, safeguards and security, and quality assurance systems.

The Office of Laboratory Policy supports the Office of Science (SC) mission by facilitating the competition and performance evaluation of the SC laboratories’ management and operating contracts, and manages the SC laboratory directed research and development and work for others programs.

The NBL Program Office is a federally-staffed Office of Science program responsible for ensuring the production, certification and distribution of nuclear reference materials for a wide variety of users. The NBL Program is the U.S. Government's certifying authority for nuclear reference materials and measurement calibration standards.

Site Offices

The Office of Science is accountable for the effective stewardship and oversight of ten world class laboratories, and employs a performance based management and operating contract model to achieve these objectives. Each Office of Science Site Office oversees the operation of their respective laboratory:

Integrated Support Center

The Office of Science Integrated Support Center is a virtual organization comprised of  combined support capabilities with offices in Chicago (CH) and Oak Ridge (OR), providing essential administrative, business, and technical services in support of the entire federal Office of Science complex.