DOE Issues Solicitation for Support Services for National Energy Technology Laboratory Facility Operations

An 8(a) small business set-aside contract has been released for Site Operations Support Services 5 (SOS5), which involves providing a variety of housekeeping and facility operation services to support the Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory. This request for proposals (RFP) was posted on on Monday, and it will benefit the NETL facilities in Oregon, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania. However, work locations and the contract type cost will be determined based on the specific requirements.

The base period of performance for SOS5 is 24 months, with three options available that can extend the work to 60 months if exercised. Interested parties are invited to respond to the RFP by May 17. The contract aims to provide critical support services to ensure efficient operations and maintenance of the NETL facilities. The selected contractor will play a key role in providing a safe and clean working environment for the Department of Energy’s staff working at these sites. This presents an opportunity for small businesses to contribute to the important work conducted by the National Energy Technology Laboratory.

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