DOE Releases Final Request for Proposal for Technical Assistance Contract for EM Field Sites and Mission Order 1 for EM-Los Alamos Field Office

DOE News:

CINCINNATI – Today, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Environmental Management (EM) issued a final Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Field Site Technical Assistance Contract EM (TAC Site) Multi-Assignment Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) and for Los Alamos Field Office TAC Support Task Order (EM-LA).

The purpose of this acquisition is to provide technical assistance to Department of Energy field sites supported by the EM Consolidated Business Center. These sites include the West Valley Demonstration Project (WVDP), EM-LA, and the Moab Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project (UMTRA), among other EM field sites.

This market will be open to US Small Business Administration 8(a) program participants only.

The Site TAC IDIQ contract will include an estimated value of up to $120 million and will have an order period of 5 years. It is intended to use firm fixed price (FFP) and time and materials (T&M) task orders. The EM-LA TAC Support Task Order will have an estimated value of $10 million over an 18 month fulfillment period and is the initial task order to be issued under the Site TAC IDIQ contract.

Work to be performed under the new contract will include, but not be limited to, warranties and security, emergency management, quality assurance, project integration, data management, administrative support, regulatory/environmental compliance, nuclear safety, waste management, records/information management, engineering, training, property management, public affairs, cost estimating and technical publishing.

EM is using a selection process for this procurement that focuses on evaluating bids on organization and staffing approach and past performance to select the best technically rated bidder with a reasonable price.

A dedicated webpage for the EM Consolidated Business Center has been created for provisioning the TAC site:

All news/announcements, documents (including the final tender), questions/answers, document library and related links will be posted on the webpage. The final RFP will also be posted on the Fedconnect website at www.fedconnect.netand

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