Mission and Vision

Mission

Develop and execute innovative business strategies and cost effective Contracting solutions to enable the EM Mission.

Vision

Acquisition Excellence through a team of talented professionals providing the highest standards of service, reliability and ingenuity.

Financial Assistance Award

June 30, 2022

DOE Awards Noncompetitive Financial Assistance Agreement to the Scioto Valley—Piketon Area Council of Governments


Today, the Department of Energy (DOE) awarded a non-competitive grant to Scioto Valley—Piketon Area Council of Governments (SVPA-COG). The SVPA-COG represents the frontline local governments adjacent to the Portsmouth Site in Piketon, Ohio. Given the direct impact of DOE cleanup decisions on frontline communities, the COG proposes to use the grant to equip COG members with the means to participate in DOE decision-making, to mitigate environmental justice impacts, and to align the cleanup and Portsmouth Site endstate with the COG's priorities. The grant allows for the establishment of a community liaison that will provide technical and regulatory assistance to the local community and surrounding counties, which aligns with the congressional direction on air and ground water monitoring and reporting, land use planning, and technical support to the community.

The total estimated value of the grant is $500,000.00 for two Budget Periods from June 30, 2022 through June 29, 2024.

Additional information regarding the project is available at: https://www.energy.gov/pppo/portsmouth-site

June 30, 2022

Financial Assistance Award

DOE Awards $12 Million in Non-Competitive Financial Assistance Renewal Awards to the State of New Mexico


Cincinnati- Today U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) awarded two non-competitive financial assistance renewal awards totaling approximately $12 million to the New Mexico Environment Department, and the New Mexico Energy, Minerals & Natural Resources Department. The details for each renewal are:

1) New Mexico Energy, Minerals & Natural Resources Department: Under the “New Mexico Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) Transportation Safety Program” award, the State of New Mexico will continue to provide planning and preparations for the safe and uneventful transportation of radioactive waste in and through the state of New Mexico. The total estimate value of the grant is $6.2 million for five years.

2) New Mexico Environment Department. Under the “Environmental Oversight, Monitoring and Evaluation of Activities Conducted at U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Facilities” award, the State of New Mexico will continue to provide oversight of DOE’s waste management activities and permitting. The total estimated value of the grant is $6 million for five years.

Both renewal awards have a period of performance from July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2027, and a combined total of $12.2 million for the State of New Mexico.

Additional information regarding the project is available at: http://www.energy.gov/em/waste-isolation-pilot-plant-wipp