DOE looking for help on cleanup support

The Department of Energy this week issued a “Sources Sought/Request for Information” seeking companies with capabilities for forthcoming contracts on technical support services for the agency’s Office of Environmental Management in Oak Ridge.

“The type of contract, period of performance, and amount of funding are yet to be determined,” DOE said in the announcement.

The agency said the scope is likely to include:

— Project Planning and Baseline Support
— Independent Government Cost Estimate Assistance
— Portfolio Federal Project Director Technical Assistance
— Senior Management Technical Assistance

The announcement is available at FedBizOps.

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