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The DOE Kansas City National Security Campus (KCNSC) is a multi-mission facility focused on engineering design, manufacturing, and testing of National Security products for government agencies, national laboratories, universities and U.S. industry. The facility focuses on low volume manufacturing, product miniaturization, and special application hardware. In-house capabilities support electronics and microelectronics fabrication, machining, additive manufacturing, polymer and plastics manufacturing, measurement sciences, test equipment design-fabrication-calibration, and analytical and environment testing. Work is done in both a unclassified and classified environments. The Department of Energy's Kansas City National Security Campus is operated and managed by Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies, LLC, for the National Nuclear Security Administration.

Read more about the ongoing works and partnerships at the Kansas City National Security Campus.