Weapons Complex Monitor Vol. 30 No. 35
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September 13, 2019

Contractors Hope End-State Model Will Shrink Procurement Delays

By Wayne Barber
HENDERSON, Nev. – Nuclear cleanup vendors hope the U.S. Energy Department’s new approach to procurement succeeds in quickening the pace of contract awards, one executive said here last week. That was the assessment of the end-state contracting model offered…
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