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DOE is releasing a modified End State Contracting Model (ESCM), which was developed with detailed consideration of industry feedback on the Draft Requests for Proposal issued earlier this year on the Central Plateau Cleanup Contract and Nevada Environmental Program Services. As revised, the ESCM is envisioned as a single award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for each acquisition with the ability to issue both Cost-Reimbursement (CR) and Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP) Task Orders (TO). This model will be applied to the following seven current acquisitions: Hanford Central Plateau Cleanup Contract and Tank Waste Cleanup Contract, Oak Ridge Reservation Cleanup Contract, Nevada Environmental Program Services, Portsmouth Decontamination and Decommissioning, West Valley Phase 1B D&D and Soil Remediation, and the Idaho Cleanup Project.
EM END STATE CONTRACTING MODEL (EM ESCM)
This IDIQ contract construct provides EM the needed flexibility to task its contractors using a risk-based approach to better define discrete scopes of work for site closure or end states for more realistic, reliable pricing and appropriate incentive structures to yield significant reductions in EM’s environmental financial liability. Further, the revised ESCM is consistent with DOE Deputy Secretary Dan Brouillette’s Contract Reform initiative and Assistant Secretary Anne White’s cleanup completion objectives.
The EMCBC point of contact is: EMEndState@emcbc.doe.gov