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More Details on Potential Y-12, Pantex Bidders Come to Light
The National Nuclear Security Administration still had not at deadline released the final solicitation for the potentially $28-billion, $10-year contract to manage its two big nuclear-weapons production sites, but more information is percolating up through industry about the players interested in the deal. With the envisioned start of the transition from the Bechtel-led incumbent, Consolidated National Security, eight months away, the list of likely teams looks something like this, according to industry people: BWX Technologies, the former incumbent, with Huntington Ingalls Industries and Honeywell. Fluor Corp, Irving, Texas, with Amentum, Germantown, Md., and SOC, Chantilly, Va. The latter is the physical security provider for the incumbent. Bechtel National, the senior…
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IWTU Might be Running by June; Idaho Piles Up Penalties Against DOE
Idaho has now imposed about $9.16 million in fines against the Department of Energy for failing to treat sodium-bearing liquid radioactive waste at the Idaho National Laboratory with the long-delayed Integrated Waste Treatment Unit, a state official said this week.…
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New Mexico Asks for Meeting, Money, From DOE Before Surplus Pu Goes to WIPP
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan-Grisham (D) wants the Department of Energy to explain how its plan to dispose of some seven metric tons of diluted, weapon-usable plutonium at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant complies with environmental law, according to a…
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FirstEnergy Execs Fired Same Day Householder Political Aides Plead Guilty
Amid allegations of the utility’s involvement in a corrupt nuclear bailout bill, FirstEnergy on Thursday fired CEO Charles Jones and two senior executives after an internal review determined they broke company rules. Steven Strah, FirstEnergy’s president, will fill Jones’ position,…
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HASC Chair ‘Confident’ Biden Administration Will Consider Minimum-Deterrent Nuclear Arsenal
If Joe Biden wins the White House in the Nov. 3 election, his administration will consider backing off the U.S. nuclear buildup set in place by the Obama administration in 2016, the chair of the House Armed Services Committee predicted…
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