Source: DOE EM | Release | April 10, 2019

he U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today issued a Sources Sought for the Environmental Management (EM) Idaho Cleanup Project (ICP) – Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Licensing and Other Spent Nuclear Fuel (SNF) Program Mission Objectives, and Facility Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) Requirements at the DOE Idaho National Lab (INL) Idaho Cleanup Project (ICP) Site in southeast Idaho. The EM ICP mission objectives are currently being performed by Fluor Idaho, LLC and Spectra Tech Inc.; and expire on March 31, 2021 and May 31, 2021, respectively.

This Sources Sought Notice is for Small Businesses Only. The purpose of this sources sought notice is to determine the interest and feasibility of small business set-asides for all or some of the Government’s requirements for the SNF Operations and Management; SNF Disposition; and Facility D&D elements of scope. This market research will assist DOE with identifying interested and capable sources and developing its acquisition strategy. Before soliciting offers for the ICP Radioactive Waste Management Complex Closure and Other Mission Objectives acquisition, DOE will also consider the results of this market research to determine whether combining the requirements of SNF Operations and Management; SNF Disposition; and Facility D&D into the ICP RWMC Closure and Other Mission Objectives acquisition is necessary and justified, and if DOE would obtain measurably substantial benefits as compared to meeting DOE’s requirements through separate smaller contract.

The contract(s) is intended to align with the current EM end state contract model, however the final number of contracts, contract type, period of performance, amount of funding, and set aside possibilities will be determined through the acquisition planning process and this market research.

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