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Task Order Extension

September 28, 2021

Moab RAC


The Office of Environmental Management (EM) extended the Moab Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action (UMTRA) project’s Remedial Action Contract (RAC) Task Order, for two months. The RAC contractor is North Wind Portage Inc. (NWP) of Idaho Falls, ID. The total value of the first two-month option period is approximately $8M. The RAC performs work at UMTRA sites in Moab, UT; Crescent Junction, UT, and Grand Junction, CO. The current task order expires September 30, 2021, with the option to exercise one or more additional option periods that add up to four additional months (six months total) to the period of performance. This option exercise will allow time for the follow-on contract award.

Media Contact:
Toni Rutherford, 513-246-1374
toni.rutherford@emcbc.doe.gov



September 28, 2021

Task Order Extension

ETEC


The Office of Environmental Management (EM) extended Energy Technology Engineering Center (ETEC) Task Order period of performance by two years (one-year base and two six-month options) from October 1, 2021 to September 30, 2023 with North Wind Portage Inc. (NWP) at the Energy Technology Engineering Center (ETEC) in California. The total value of extension is approximately $3.9M including options. This extension will allow DOE to complete decontamination and demolition (D&D) of the DOE-owned buildings at ETEC and continue to monitor the ETEC site in a safe and efficient manner. DOE is nearing completion of demolition of remaining DOE-owned buildings at the site. DOE will continue to work with the State of California to expand the cleanup effort to groundwater and soils at the Site.

Media Contact:
Toni Rutherford, 513-246-1374
toni.rutherford@emcbc.doe.gov