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The mission of the Global Security Technology and Policy Group (GSTP) at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is to combine policy with science and technology to promote international and regional cooperation and sustainability, with a particular focus on promoting security by preventing terrorism and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. GSTP's mission includes global, international, and homeland security, under a broad strategy that encompasses environmental, energy and human security. The group takes advantage of its strategic location and strong partnerships with PNNL's Marine Science Laboratory at Sequim and key federal, state, and local partners—including the private sector—to provide a fully integrated "living laboratory" in a complex maritime, metropolitan environment that is ideal for demonstrating, deploying, and integrating technologies that serve regional, national, and international goals for security and sustainability.

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