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REAC/TS Launches New App for a Variety of Resources on the Go

REAC/TS launched its new RadMed app, providing a wide range of resources on the medical management of radiation incidents that can be downloaded free on mobile devices and utilized while on the go.

DOE Releases Final Request for Proposal for Portsmouth Infrastructure Support Services

DOE issued a Final Request for Proposal for the Portsmouth Infrastructure Support Services (Port ISS) procurement. The primary objective of this contract is to perform infrastructure services at the Portsmouth Site. Infrastructure services at the Portsmouth Site include the following: Surveillance, Maintenance, and Repair and Construction/Replacement of Facilities; Janitorial Services; Grounds Maintenance, Snow Removal, and Pest Control; Roadway Parking and Lot Maintenance; Computer and Telecommunication Services; Fleet Management; Real Property Management; Records Management and Document Control; Safeguards and Security Program Management; Environment Safety, Health, and Quality Program; Training Services; Mail Services; Shipping and Receiving; and Other Activities and Support to DOE.

Oak Ridge Celebrates Historic Cleanup Completion of 2,200 Acre Uranium Enrichment Complex

Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette takes the stage among other distinguished speakers during an event celebrating the completion of cleaning up Oak Ridge’s K-25 uranium enrichment plant, in Oak Ridge, Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020. Joining the Secretary was Governor Bill Lee, Senator Lamar Alexander, Congressman Chuck Fleischmann, and Oak Ridge City Mayor Warren Gooch. Jay Mullis, Manager of the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management, emceed the event. 

DOE Announces $160 Million in First Awards under Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program

DOE announced it has selected two U.S.-based teams to receive $160 million in initial funding under the new Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program (ARDP). ARDP, announced in May, is designed to help domestic private industry demonstrate advanced nuclear reactors in the United States.

AS&E Announces the Acquisition of Radiation Detection Solutions Business

American Science & Engineering, Inc. (“AS&E”), a subsidiary of OSI Systems, Inc., today announced that it has acquired substantially all of the assets of Nucsafe, Inc., a leading developer of technologies in radiation monitoring and nuclear materials detection using, among other methods, gamma ray and neutron detection, as well as backscatter X-ray. Leading government agencies and industry rely on Nucsafe’s products and services for safety, security and non-destructive testing applications.