Amentum, a contractor to US federal and allied governments, announced on 22 July that the Department of Energy (DOE) had selected D2R Services, an Amentum-led joint venture, for a position on its indefinite delivery/Indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide nationwide deactivation, decommissioning and removal (DD&R) services. This multiple-award IDIQ contract has a 10-year ordering period and a maximum ceiling of $3 billion.
The D2R team comprises Amentum and Envirocon in a joint venture. Engineering Remediation/Resources Group, GEM Technologies, and Strata-G are small business teaming subcontractors. DOE will utilise firm-fixed price and cost reimbursement task orders to conduct DD&R of excess, legacy facilities across the DOE complex.
This support will also be available to DOE’s National Nuclear Security Administration, Office of Naval Reactors and the Office of Science, as well as other DOE offices or other federal agencies that may request DOE Environmental Management assistance in accomplishing their DD&R requirements.