Computer analysis, USA (Deadline: not posted)

5 August 2010

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) uses computer codes and analytical methods to perform systems analyses of currently operating reactors, new reactors, and advanced reactor designs. The NRC uses these tools and methods in identifying and resolving safety issues, making regulatory decisions, and promulgating regulations and guidance. The objective of this contract is to obtain contractor technical assistance in: (1) Performing confirmatory and exploratory code simulations. (2) Conducting scoping analyses, sensitivity and uncertainty studies. Assessing the codes against experimental data, including evaluating scaling considerations to determine the applicability of the codes to simulate the relevant phenomena. (3) Recommending modifications to existing codes and methods. and (4) Organizing technical meetings and workshops.

The performance period will be from day of award (estimated November 2010) through three years.


Jeffrey R. Mitchell

Phone: (301) 492-3639

Fax: (301) 492-3437

The size standard for this acquisition is set forth under NAICS code 541330. Proposals for this requirement may be submitted by all concerns, i.e., large businesses, small business, and small businesses owned and controlled by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.

To be eligible for award, interested parties MUST be registered with the Central Contractor Registry at

NOTE: A Sources Sought Notice was issued for this Solicitation. The Sources Sought Notice Number used was RES-09-139.

Contracting Office Address:

12300 Twinbrook Parkway

Rockville, Maryland 20852-2738

United States

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