b"2020 - 20254)Materials disposition. Develop techniques and approaches totesting using key INL infrastructures, and deploy modeling and minimize the quantity and risk of fissile materials globally. simulation in a variety of appropriate markets.5) Advanced systems design and testing. Develop nuclear2) Sensing, diagnostics, automation, and controls: Develop energy and related systems for national security deployment andand deploy diagnostic and control methodologies to enhance specialty applications. operability and safety in energy and other platforms. Special Priority customers include National Nuclear Securityemphasis is on developing sensors for harsh environments, Administration (NNSA), Defense Threat Reduction Agencydeveloping multiscale modeling enabled predictive maintenance, (DTRA), Armed Services, DoD Energy and Infrastructure, anddiagnostics and control strategies for energy applications, and the intelligence community. model-based diagnostics systems for advanced manufacturing.3) Risk, reliability, and regulatory research: Provide risk Key Outcome 4.2:and reliability analyses for energy generation sectors, with an Deploy Capabilities Across Broad Marketsemphasis on broadening and deepening assistance to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Niche applications in transportation, Target challenges: infrastructure, and energy transmission will also be explored.1) Advanced modeling, simulation, and design: Provide4) Materials innovation and performance: Develop and validate neutronic, thermal hydraulics, and whole-systems modelingperformance of advanced materials, with special emphases on tools and analyses, and irradiation effects testing and analysesharsh environment applications in energy generation and energy to advance the ability of the U.S. military to develop next- transmission.generation nuclear technologies, and ensure the safety, security,Priority customers include Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and operability (including cyber) of present nuclear technologyNational Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and platforms. Special emphases are on computational and materialsfederal and private sector entities involved in transportation, testing needs of naval nuclear propulsion and radiation effectsenergy generation, aerospace, and specialty manufacturing.FY 2020-2021 KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Deploy INL multiscale modeling and simulation assets to key national security challenges, including naval propulsion andmanufacturing, resulting in long-term strategic partnerships and jointly funded collaboration.Expand regulatory research business base with NRC and non-NE customers.Develop and execute a framework for intralaboratory collaboration to expand nuclear nonproliferation program's impact, and deliver programmatic solutions related to separations science for NNSA.Develop business in accordance with risk-based monitoring, control, and predictive maintenance for military, energytransport, and aerospace sectors.Using a multidirectorate collaboration, capture advanced manufacturing program, with NS&T elements focused onmultiscale modeling and simulation and materials performance.28"