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DOE Mulling Early Ouster of Los Alamos Cleanup Contractor, Sources Say
The Huntington Ingalls Industries-led team handling legacy nuclear-waste cleanup at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico might get kicked off the site in 2023, halfway through the potential end-date of its contract with the Department of Energy, multiple industry sources said this week. DOE’s Office of Environmental Management awarded Newport News Nuclear BWXT Los Alamos (N3B) a potentially 10-year $1.4-billion legacy remediation contract in December 2017. In addition to the five-year base, which runs through April 2023, DOE holds one three-year option followed and one two-year option on the pact. But based on conversations with five different industry sources this week, DOE may leave both options on the…
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DOE HQ Seeking Regular COVID Tests for Employees in Washington Region
A year into the pandemic, the Department of Energy is officially in the market for routine COVID-19 tests for employees who work at the agency’s Washington area headquarters, according to a request for information posted online this week. “It is…
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1 Shipment of Stranded Los Alamos Waste in Texas Approved for WIPP
A standard box of transuranic waste from the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, stuck at a commercial site in Texas since 2014, has been approved for shipment to the Department of Energy’s Waste Isolation Pilot Plant. When that…
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Ohio Public Utilities Commission Agrees to Block FirstEnergy Profit Grab
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio on Tuesday unanimously agreed to block FirstEnergy Corp. from collecting a virtually guaranteed profit of at least $102 million each year, to which the corporation was entitled under a controversial nuclear power bailout law…
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Domestic Uranium Decision Still Looms at NNSA
The National Nuclear Security Administration still has not awarded Nuclear Fuel Services a contract to purify uranium for nuclear weapons programs, but the City of Oak Ridge this week repeated its opposition to the move, which it continued to paint…
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