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New Mexico Operations
A satellite office of the Kansas City National Security Campus

Managed by Honeywell FM&T
The Future is Bright in New Mexico - Join Us!

There is no such thing as a boring day at work when your responsibility is to safeguard the country's nuclear deterrent. Our New Mexico Operations team is growing and we're looking to fill dozens of positions in global security, engineering, project management, manufacturing, information technology, and more.

The New Mexico Operations team is located in Albuquerque, NM. We serve as a satellite office for the U.S. Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration's (NNSA's) Kansas City National Security Campus (KCNSC). Our contract is managed by Honeywell FM&T and our entire team of 7,000+ employees is dedicated to national security innovation. We're working together to keep our nation's nuclear deterrent safe, secure, and reliable. Now and always.

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News in New Mexico

With more than 7,000 team members in Albuquerque and Kansas City, KCNSC is dedicated to upholding national security through advanced engineering, manufacturing and supply chain management. Beyond our operational endeavors, we are deeply committed to actively engaging and contributing to our communities. 
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New Mexico Operations partners with Sandia Labs on secure transportation mission 

During the summer of 2023, Sandia National Laboratories delivered a pre-production unit of the Mobile Guardian Transporter (MGT) rolling chassis to New Mexico Operations, a division of the Kansas City National Security Campus. 

The MGT is the third generation of 18-wheel tractor-trailers that are used to securely transport nuclear materials, special components, and nuclear weapons across the country for the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration and its Office of Secure Transportation. Unassuming from the outside, the complex vehicle design incorporates various deterrents to prevent the unauthorized removal of cargo. The trailers are accompanied by armed federal agents trained to protect America’s national security assets. Click here to learn more 
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Commited to New Mexico 
Our teams are strongly committed to improving lives and inspiring change. We proudly invest nearly $100,000 into the Albuquerque area each year and regularly partner with a variety of community-based organizations, including Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico, Paws & Stripes, Roadrunner Food Bank and the Museum of Nuclear Science & History. 

Our employees receive 40 hours of paid volunteer time each year. Click here to check out a service project covered by CBS news affiliate KRQE News 13. 

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