Unwin Awarded $217M DOE Technical, Administrative Support Contract

Jeff Brody

Unwin, a Columbus, Ohio-based risk management consulting firm, has received a potential $216.9M contract from the Department of Energy for administrative and technical support.

An award notice published Wednesday says the company will provide such services to DOE’s office of enterprise assessment in support of its mission to provide department leaders with independent reviews of site performance and policies across emergency management, cybersecurity, safety, health and environment areas and other critical functions.

Unwin provides process safety, quantitative risk assessment, site vulnerability analysis, process hazard analysis, system reliability management support and training services to industry and government clients.

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