I'll make a bet to anyone out there who is naive enough to take me up on it. I say that there will be no substantive action from DOE, NNSA, Congress or LANS in regards to this latest publicly-exposed bit of corruption and ineptness at LANL, the KSL business.
I anticipate there will be some more Congressional chest-thumping histrionics, a la Stupak and Barton, and maybe a mid-level manager or two might get fired at LANL or KSL, although I doubt it. Anastasio will receive another public chewing out, after which LANS will receive it's full $79 million award fee for this year.
LANS will make a great public show of whipping KSL into place, accomplishing nothing beyond introducing more crippling bureaucratic process into the system, and then they will declare success, again. Remember, Roark has already said that the KSL problem has been fixed.