Time to Vote for the 2019 Lab T-shirt
Thank you to everyone who submitted a design for this year's T-shirt. All the approved designs have been posted and all JLab staff are invited to vote for their favorite. Voting will close April 5th.
Holiday Door Decorating Contest Winners!
Thank you to all the Decorators
Click the pictures for Children's Holiday Party and Toys for Tots Drive Photos
CLUBS & ACTIVITIES
Click on any of the links below for information on Jlab's various club activities
Jefferson Lab is a Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) which is maintained and operating by JSA under our contract with the Department of Energy (DOE). Key sections of the prime JSA/DOE Contract, which lab personnel may need to refer to from time to time, are found below and will be updated as significant changes in the contract occur:
Type: Cost Reimbursable, Performance Based Management Contract
Award Date: 14 April 2006
Initial Performance Period: 1 June 2006 - 31 May 2011
Award Term Extension: 1st (36 months) 1 June 2011 - 31 May 2014
Subsequent Award Terms: 12 Months each, not to exceed 20 years
Current Award Term Exercised Through:May 31, 2019
The Chief Financial Officer Department is responsible for all Procurement and Accounting functions of Jefferson Lab including procurement, accounting, travel, and payroll. Please find assistance from our team of highly qualified individuals within each organization below.
The Office of Legal Counsel serves as the primary source of legal advice and counsel to the Laboratory Director, Associate Directors and other senior management staff on all major contractual, regulatory and legal issues for Jefferson Lab.
Responsibilities include providing legal advice and opinions on issues of legal significance in the areas of procurement, personnel, finance, environmental, health & safety, intellectual property and technology transfer initiatives - to resolve disputes, for legal sufficiency and compliance with the prime contract requirements; coordinating legal responses to federal, state, and administrative inquiries; managing the legal and business relationships with outside counsel; and representing the facility as required before local, State and Federal legal jurisdictions.
Welcome to Jefferson Lab
Jefferson Lab requires all visitors to provide the information requested for all fields in the guest register at the CEBAF Center and Support Service Center reception desks. Please note your citizenship in the space provided, and if you do not have a Jefferson Lab sponsor or business contact you must inform the receptionist.
Many non-U.S. citizens need a visa to enter the United States to visit Jefferson Lab. Visa information and resources can be found at: https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en.html
All visitors requiring visas are urged to apply early to allow ample time (3-4 months minimum) for their visas to be processed by their local U.S. Embassy or Consulate. U.S. Embassy and Consulate information can be found at: https://www.usembassy.gov/
Also, as soon a...
Effective January 1, 2004, all applicants for a driver's license or photo ID card must show proof of U.S. Citizenship or Legal Presence in the United States. A U.S. birth certificate or unexpired U.S. passport will serve as both proof of identity and proof of legal presence. It can also be proved using a variety of other documents, such as a Certificate of Citizenship, Resident Alien Card or a valid foreign passport with a visa, I-94 or I-94W from a participating country.
If you already hold a valid driver's license, you will not be required to prove legal presence when you renew it. However, if your driver's license expires or is suspended, revoked or cancelled, you must prove legal presence when you reinstate your driving privilege.
Eligibility requirements for First Time Drivers, New Residents, Military Personnel...
Department of Energy provides initial funding for research, development and design (August 3)
Scientists interested in conducting research once the facility is operational form a Users Group
Hermann Grunder assumes first directorship in May
JLab adopts superconducting electron accelerating technology
U.S. Congress appropriates funds for construction (October)
Construction begins on Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF) on February 13
First successful tests of a cryounit, a section of accelerator containing two superconducting radiofrequency accelerator cavities, demonstrates feasibility of SRF in CEBAF (January)
DOE awards five-year management and operating...
For emergencies dial 911, contact Security at 757-269-5822 and the on duty crew chief at 757-630-7050.
Procuring Emergency Requirements
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Staff Phonebook / Page JLab Staff Online
The lab gives scientists a unique and unprecedented probe to study quarks, the particles that make up protons and neutrons in the atom's nucleus. The accelerator delivers a continuous beam to a target, like hydrogen, carbon, gold or lead. When the beam collides with its target, particles scatter. By studying the speed, direction and energy of the scattered particles scientists will learn more about how the nucleus is put together.
JLab's is thought of as the world's most powerful microscope for studying the nucleus of the atom.
If JLab weren't superconducting it would require three times as much power to operate and performance would be greatly reduced.
The base of the tunnel is 30 feet below the Earth's surface and rests on the "Yorktown Formation," an old sea bed. The walls of...
This plan shows the Jefferson Lab walking trail. As you use it, please remember that it was constructed on a bare-bones budget. There are no frills. It is yours to enjoy ... we hope everybody will help keep it clean.
When walking on JLab property:
Walk on sidewalks whenever possible.
When you have to walk on roads: Walk facing the on-coming traffic. Stay on the shoulder of the road as much as is practical and safe.
Avoid walking through parking lots when possible. Walk around the out edge of the parking lot or walk across it at its narrowest point. Avoid walking behind parked cars or between cars.
Don't walk through or around construction areas.
Don't walk around or between vehicles that are being loaded or unloaded.
1. Leave Jefferson Lab's main entrance (Onnes Dr...