Cincinnati -- The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today awarded a contract to provide a variety of services at the Hanford Site, called the Hanford Occupational Medical Services Contract (OccMed). The contract was awarded under full and open competition, to HPM Corporation of Kennewick, Washington. HPM Corporation is the current provider of occupational medical services to the Hanford site.
The total estimated value of the contract is up to approximately $152 million. The period of performance includes a base period of three years (including a transition period of 90 days), and two option periods of two years for a total of seven years.
DOE awarded a contract that is divided into three types of contract scope: 1) Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP); 2) Cost Reimbursement; and 3) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ). The contract was awarded through full and open competition.
The HPM Corporation will provide an Occupational Medical Services Program in support of on-going activities at the Hanford Site. The contractor has the responsibility for total performance under this requirement, including determining the specific methods for accomplishing the work effort, performing quality control, and assuming accountability for accomplishing the work under the contract. The Contractor shall maintain a “readiness to serve” capability sufficient to support a workforce greater than 9,000.
Additional information is available via the procurement website at: https://www.emcbc.doe.gov/SEB/OccMed/