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Many NRC employees lose a day of weekly telework eligibility after commission vote
Nuclear Regulatory Commission employees should get the equivalent of three telework days each week instead of four, commissioners decided in a lopsided vote that killed the agency’s latest remote work-policy. In a 3-1 vote that concluded this week, the four-member NRC voted to repeal the agency’s flexible work model, which allowed up to eight days of telework for employees who are paid every two weeks. Only NRC Chair Christopher Hanson voted in favor of the eight-day policy. Fellow Democratic Commissioner Bradley Crowell voted against the policy, as did Republican Commissioners Annie Caputo and David Wright. The three commissioners who voted “no” telegraphed their positions about the remote work policy during an…
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Bechtel responds to DOE Inspector General on waste treatment plant cost estimates
Bechtel National Wednesday pushed back against a Department of Energy Office of Inspector General audit report that questioned the reliability of the contractor’s cost estimates for the Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant at the Hanford Site in Washington state. “We…
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Group contesting $45B Hanford tank waste contract files GAO protest, gets court extension
Having been skipped the first time around, the Government Accountability Office was asked to consider a challenge by an Atkins-led team over a $45-billion Department of Energy contract for liquid waste management. The bid protest, dated Friday, arrived after DOE…
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Arguments set for last-standing Diablo Canyon lawsuit
Oral arguments are scheduled, but not inevitable, in January for a high-profile legal challenge by environmental groups who want to shut down California’s Diablo Canyon Power Plant this decade. Arguments are on the slate for Jan. 10 in Pasadena, Calif.,…
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Fluor announces bid for $30B Pantex Plant landlord contract
A Fluor team has submitted a bid package to operate the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Pantex Plant in Texas, Chief Executive David Constable said Nov. 3.  The opportunity, available now that NNSA is splitting the maintenance and operations contracts for…
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