Link gets $9.4M support services contract

Link Technologies Inc. of Germantown, Md., has been awarded a support services contract with a max value of $9.4 million, according to information released today by the Department of Energy’s office in Cincinnati, Ohio. The work is to be performed at Link’s facilities, DOE Environmental Management headquarters in Washington, D.C. and Germantown, and “various locations” in the DOE cleanup program, the announcement stated.

The award was made under the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Technical, Engineering and Programmatic Support Services blanket purchase agreement. The DOE statement said only one proposal was received in response to the solicitation.

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