Feds asking for ideas on reducing nuclear weapons
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The federal government is looking for ideas on how to keep the nations nuclear arsenal out of the hands of the terrorists and it could be worth $10,000.
It is part of the State Department's "Innovation in Arms Control Challenge."
The program offers a reward for ideas that support U.S. arms control.
It comes as the Obama administration moves to reduce the number of nuclear weapons.
Officials are also looking for ways to monitor other deadly weapons such as chemical weapons in storage facilities.