Nebraska firm gets 4-yr, $4M DOE contract

IEI-PEC, a joint venture based in Lincoln, Nebraska, has been awarded a four-year contract with a maximum value of $4 million to provide support services to the Department of Energy’s Environmental Management program at DOE headquarters in Washington, D.C., and Germantown, Md.

In an announcement last week DOE said the indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract will include firm fixed-price task orders. IEI-PEC is a small and disadvantaged business under the Small Business Administration’s contracting program.

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