$1,800,000 To support the Program on Science and Global Security efforts in nuclear security education and training (over four years).
$650,000 In support of a project to inform the public and high-level policymakers in select countries about the unnecessary costs, dangers, and alternatives to plutonium reprocessing, as well as to promote the minimization of highly-enriched uranium in Russia (over 15 months).
$2,200,000 To support advanced training on nuclear security (over four years).
$425,000 In support of the Partners in Proliferation Task Force (over two years).
$415,000 To support a project on nuclear materials security and nuclear threat assessments (over two years).