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    When: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 - Wednesday, March 13, 2019
    Where: Center for Global Security and Cooperation, Albuquerque, NM

    The nuclear nonproliferation regime centers on the adage “trust, but verify.” While significant research and development has focused on the technical verification, trust in the people, systems, equipment and data that make up those regimes remains a significant and cross-cutting issue. How do we establish and authenticate trust? Are there ways we can improve trust for common goals across safeguards, security, and arms control? What happens when trust deteriorates or when too much trust leads to the wrong conclusions?

    This workshop will convene professionals from across the policy and technology communities involved in safeguards, security, and arms control. Its format combines presentations, poster sessions, and scenario-based table top exercises that integrate key themes from the presentations and posters. Evening activities include a special mystery dinner that will bring the themes of the workshop sessions to life. This workshop is suitable for all levels of expertise, from students and early career professionals to senior experts.