Tracey Bishop

As the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Infrastructure Programs, Ms. Tracey Bishop is responsible for the management of the Office of Nuclear Energy’s infrastructure programs at Idaho National Laboratory and for NE’s field operations at the Nuclear Energy Oak Ridge Site Office supporting the lease administration of uranium enrichment capabilities at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant. She serves as Nuclear Energy’s primary interface with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to develop and deploy nuclear power systems to support space exploration goals.  

Ms. Bishop has over 29 years of experience in facility management and environmental, safety and health oversight experience with DOE. She directs a large portfolio of Nuclear Energy infrastructure programs, spanning facility management, capital asset planning and construction, safeguards and security, emergency planning, and nuclear materials management. These programs and capabilities enable critical nuclear energy research and development activities by providing and maintaining safe, secure, and compliant facilities for multiple customers within and external to the Department of Energy.  

Ms. Bishop holds a Bachelor of Nuclear Engineering degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Maryland and is certified as a Project Management Professional with the Project Management Institute. In 2015, Ms. Bishop received the Presidential Rank Award (Meritorious Rank) for her sustained accomplishments in the area of nuclear infrastructure management.  

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