An 8(a) small business allocation contract has been issued for operations support services at Site 5, which includes the provision of various housekeeping and facility operations services to support the Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory. This call for proposals (RFP) seeks to provide critical support services to ensure the efficient operation and maintenance of NETL facilities in Oregon, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania.

The RFP was posted on on Monday, and interested parties are invited to respond by May 17. The selected contractor will play a key role in providing a safe and clean work environment for Department of Energy personnel working at these sites. The positions and price of the type of contract will be determined based on specific requirements.

The SOS5 has a basic performance period of 24 months, with three options available that can extend the performance to 60 months if exercised. This extension provides an opportunity for small businesses to contribute to the important work being done by the National Energy Technology Laboratory over an extended period.

The services required for SOS5 include research and development, general engineering, site operations, property management, industrial hygiene, and waste disposal support. These services are essential in ensuring that NETL facilities are well-maintained and operate efficiently. The successful contractor will be responsible for providing these services while adhering to strict safety protocols and maintaining high standards of quality.

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