DOE announced the contract award in a notice posted Thursday on the SAM website.
CBFO manages and supports the National Transuranic Waste Program and the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in southeastern New Mexico.
Technical assistance under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract includes program management, audits and assessments, security, mining engineering, construction management, WIPP site operations, nuclear and industrial safety, TRU waste characterization and certification, scientific and international programs, environmental and regulatory compliance, TRU waste transportation and packaging, information technology, executive management support, document control and general business operations.
The IDIQ contract has an ordering period of five years. Work will occur in Carlsbad, New Mexico, and other DOE and National Nuclear Security Administration waste-generating sites and national laboratories within the U.S.
Oak Ridge, Tennessee-based Navarro Research and Engineering is a small, woman-owned contractor providing environmental, nuclear safety, waste and facilities management, national security and professional support services for federal clients.