Cincinnati – Today, the Department released a Final Request for Proposal (RFP) for a new Hanford Site Occupational Medical Services contract to provide continued occupational medical services to federal and contractor employees at the Hanford Site, located near Richland, Washington. The new contract adds occupational medical services to employees at Hanford’s Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant, supporting direct-feed low-activity waste operations.

The period of performance of the new contract is expected to include a base period of three years (including a transition period of 60 days), and two option periods of two years each, for a total of seven years.

The procurement will be conducted as a competitive small business set-aside, with a small business size standard of $25.5 million. The contract resulting from this procurement is expected to be a firm-fixed-price hybrid contract type with cost-reimbursable (no fee) elements and an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity provision under which multiple task order types may be utilized.

While the current contract with HPMC expires on December 31, 2023, and includes an option to extend services through the end of 2025, the contract does not include coverage for DFLAW and future Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant operations.

For more than 30 years, EM has remained focused on addressing the environmental legacy of nuclear weapons development and nuclear energy research that helped end World War II, win the Cold War and position the United States as a leader in clean nuclear energy. Collectively, EM is delivering results that are protecting the environment, supporting communities and enabling a concerted focus on safely completing the mission sooner and more efficiently.

The EM Consolidated Business Center has set up a website for this procurement. Additional information regarding the Hanford Site is available at: /em/hanford.

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