Inomedic Health Applications has won a potential seven-year, $208.1 million contract from the Department of Energy to provide occupational medical services for federal and contractor employees at Hanford Site in Washington.
DOE said Thursday the environmental management office received three offers for the small business set-aside contract, which was awarded as the decommissioned nuclear production site prepares to begin 24/7 direct-feed low-activity waste operations at the waste treatment and immobilization plant.
Brian Vance, Hanford Site manager at DOE, said the contract award marks another step in kicking off tank waste treatment at the site.
“Having consistent round-the-clock occupational medical services available will support sustained operations,” Vance added.
The contract has a base term of three years and two two-year option periods.
HPM Corp. is the incumbent on the existing occupational medical support contract, which is set to expire on Dec. 31.