Alaskan company gets Oak Ridge contract

The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge Office has awarded an $11.3 million support services contract to a company based in Anchorage, Alaska.

According to information released by the federal agency, the award was made to Alutiiq Professional Training, LLC., which is an Alaskan Native Corporation that’s part of the 8(a) Business Development Program. DOE said the contract’s performance period is for about 5 years.

“The contract will employ approximately 36 people in Oak Ridge, the DOE Thomas Jefferson Site Office in Virginia and the DOE Brookhaven Site Office in New York,” DOE stated.

DOE said the work will include financial pricing review; general office administration; technical editing/writing; tracking and quality control services; records management; and, mailroom support.

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