Cincinnati – Today, the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management is releasing a draft Request for Proposals (RFP) for a new procurement for the operation of the Savannah River Site (SRS).  

The SRS Operations Acquisition Draft RFP contemplates a standalone performance-based, Cost Plus Award Fee Management and Operating (M&O) contract containing discrete Contract Line Item Numbers (CLINs)/Specifications with the potential for other contract types.  The base contract period will be five years after completion of the 90-day transition period.  Additionally, the contract includes five (5), one-year option periods. The contract’s maximum period of performance, including the transition period and option period(s), if exercised, shall not exceed 10 years and 90 days.  The new contract is estimated to be worth up to $21.5 billion over the potential time period.

The current contract with Savannah River Nuclear Solutions will expire on September 30, 2021.  There is one 12-month option remaining in the contract (October 1, 2021 through September 30, 2022).  

A dedicated webpage has been established for the SRS Operations Acquisition. All news/announcements, documents, questions/answers, pre-proposal conference information, and related links are posted to the following webpage:  The draft RFP is also posted to the Fedconnect website at:

DOE intends to provide pre-proposal conference and site tour information for this procurement. Additional details and registration information will be made available via the procurement website.  Interested parties are encouraged to review the draft RFP.  Any feedback on the SRS Operations draft RFP should be directed to the procurement mailbox at

Additional information is available via the procurement website at

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