Today, September 9, 2013, the Department of Energy has initiated the first steps of the acquisition process to compete the Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) Management and Operating (M&O) contract by publicly launching a website. The website will be the repository of information related to the BNL competition. Potential offerors and other interested parties are advised to check the website frequently for updates, important announcements and pertinent documents. The website also provides an e-mail address for questions or comments related to this competition.
The website can be found at: http://bnlcompetition.science.energy.gov
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