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Securitas JV Ousts Centerra at Savannah River
The Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management selected Hendon, Va.-based SRS Critical Infrastructure Security as the winner of the new Security Services Contract, potentially worth $1 billion over 10 years, at the Savannah River Site in South Carolina. SRS Critical Infrastructure Security, or SCIS, is composed of Securitas CIS, K2 Solutions, Spectra Tech, Inc. and System Studies & Simulation and Kachemak Bay Flying Service. SCIS is also teaming with subcontractor OLH Inc, according to a press release late Friday from DOE. SCIS beat out two other teams, one of them led by the current provider Centerra. Centerra has held the $1 billion business since October 2009 and its latest…
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Disgruntled Ex-MSTS CFO Holds to SOX Claims; Again Asks Judge to Allow Lawsuit Against NNSA Contractor to Proceed
In what could be one of the final motions in the case before it heads toward a trial, the ex-chief financial officer of Mission Support and Tests Services repeated his argument that a federal anti-corruption law aimed at public companies…
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Hanford Contractor Policy Change Endangers Some Subs, ECA Asserts
The Energy Communities Alliance and local groups around the Hanford Site in Washington state claim a change in contracting policy by the Department of Energy could cripple some local subcontractors. In essence, the critics say DOE is ending many existing…
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RadWaste Monitor
NM Rad Waste Task Force Bill Stalls in Committee
A proposed bill in the New Mexico state Senate that would have created a state-level “radioactive waste consultation task force” was left in limbo Thursday after a split vote in the chamber’s Conservation Committee. Committee members tied 4-4 on motions…
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101 New COVID Cases at NNSA; Vaccinations Continue, Recoveries Rise
Although it picked up 101 new cases this week, COVID-19 recoveries continued to exceed new infections at the National Nuclear Security Administration as sites continued vaccinating personnel, an agency spokesperson said. There were 503 active COVID-19 cases among the nuclear-weapons…
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