Under the $310 million 12 GeV project, the lab is upgrading facilities in the existing three experimental halls and constructing a fourth experiment hall, Hall D. The project is scheduled to be completed in 2015 and will provide researchers with state-of-the art facilities to advance science in support of national goals.
The Jefferson Lab security program assures all visitors and employees of an open and secure work environment that fosters the continuation of creative scientific advances. Integrated security management ensures the protection of Laboratory assets, including physical and intellectual property, and establishes programs for cyber security, export control, and counterintelligence.
Our mission is to provide the oversight required for the Government Property being used by and at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (TJNAF), or Jefferson Lab.
All property moved into and out of the TJNAF is required to be controlled and reported per Federal Regulations. The buttons below are provided to assist Jefferson Lab staff in properly accounting for, moving, excessing, storing and shipping all types of property - whether it is physically located at Jefferson Lab or not (onsite/off site).