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Teaming Arrangements Taking Shape for Y-12, Pantex Contract Recompete
The competitive landscape for the potentially 10-year, $28-billion contract to manage the National Nuclear Security Administration’s two big nuclear weapons production sites is starting to come into focus, now that the agency has hosted hopefuls for site visits and one-on-one meetings. Following tours of the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tenn., and the Pantex Plant in Amarillo, Texas, last week, some industry people this week said that former incumbent BWX Technologies, Lynchburg, Va., is exploring a partnership that includes Honeywell, Charlotte, N.C. Fluor Corp., Irving, Texas, and Amentum, Germantown, Md., are also considering a teaming arrangement. Bechtel National, the lead partner on outgoing incumbent Consolidated Nuclear Security, is…
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Energy Dept. Withdraws WCS Designation as Site for Mercury Long-term Storage
The Department of Energy said in a Tuesday Federal Register notice that it is withdrawing its designation of Waste Control Specialists in West Texas as its long-term storage site for elemental mercury. The DOE and the Texas Commission on Environmental…
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The potential $21-billion Department of Energy solicitation for liquid waste management and related environmental work at the Savannah River Site in South Carolina is on the street. In a notice posted Thursday on a procurement website, the DOE Office of…
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Texas Governor Appeals to Trump With Complaint Over Spent Fuel Proposals
Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Democrat New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham may come from ideologically opposite sides of the spectrum, but now they have at least one gripe in common: neither is interested in hosting a nuclear waste…
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NNSA May Need to Ready First GBSD Warhead Variant for Tests in 3 Years, AF Official Says
The National Nuclear Security Administration may need to start qualifying the W87 warhead for service aboard Ground Based Strategic Deterrent Missiles in roughly three years, the Air Force’s program director for the next-generation nuke launcher said Thursday. The first test…
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