Good News? for Hanford

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In September, it was announced that Lockheed Martin had been awarded the clean-up contract out at Hanford.  Much rejoicing followed, as contract awards always mean more money and people coming to our area.

However, later in September, there was a protest filed by Computer Science Corporation, so everything went into a state of limbo.

Now, the GAO has dismissed the protest.  Great news, right?

Not really – apparently there are still some concerns that need to be addressed, and the decision as to whom actually gets the contract might still be in question.

Stay tuned…

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  1. […] In January I wrote about the delay and then supposed resolution (but not really) of the Mission Support Contract out at Hanford. […]

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