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DOE Issues Final RFP for $45B Integrated Tank Disposition Contract

The Department of Energy has released the final request for proposals for a potential 10-year, $45 billion contract to help manage tank waste at the Hanford site in Washington state.

The Integrated Tank Disposition Contract includes the operation of tank farm facilities; operation of the Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant; design, construction and operation of waste receiving facilities and treatment capabilities; business performance requirements; and environment, safety, project management and other core functions, DOE said Thursday.

The department’s office of environmental management will evaluate offers for ITDC based on past performance, key personnel and management approach, among other factors.

DOE said the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract will replace the tank operations contract with Washington River Protection Solutions and includes requirements for work to be conducted by small businesses.

The department will accept questions related to the final RFP through Nov. 4. Proposals are due Dec. 20.

DOE issued a draft solicitation for the ITDC procurement effort in February.

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