On July 30, 2019, BTP Services, LLC, a BGS, LLC,  joint venture with Trinity Engineering Associates, Inc, was awarded a $49.5M 5-year Indefinite-Delivery Indefinite-Quantity (ID/IQ) contract with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Environmental Management (EM) for consolidated technical support services (CTSS) across the DOE-EM complex. BTP is a certified 8(a) small disadvantaged business firm and has five subcontractor team members, Project Enhancement Corporation; Inspection Experts, Inc.; MELE Associates, Inc.; Link Technologies; and Booz Allen Hamilton, who possess deep DOE program knowledge and extensive experience supporting DOE Programs.

The CTSS contract provides the EM program offices, Field Operations (EM-3), Regulatory and Policy Affairs (EM-4), and Corporate Services (EM-5) with comprehensive technical support and subject matter expertise. Under the CTSS contract, BTP offers its expertise across a broad range of technical areas, such as nuclear materials, radioactive, and transuranic waste management; decontamination and demolition; policy and guidance development; budget and program planning; project management; packaging and transportation management; safety management and quality assurance; safeguards and security; and acquisition and contract management.

At the present time, the CTSS contract has 15 active task orders, which encompass nearly every scope of work under EM-3, EM-4, and EM-5, respectively. Moreover, two of the active task orders are directed and funded out of DOE-EM Site Offices, namely the Environmental Management Los Alamos Field Office (EM-LA), in New Mexico, and the Separations Process Research Unit (SPRU), located at the Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory (KAPL) in Niskayuna, New York. Active  task orders are staffed by approximately 125 individuals who are either employees of the BTP team members, subcontractors, or consultants.

BGS is extremely proud to lead this “first-of-a-kind” EM Headquarters support contract and the BTP team of proven support contractors. BTP completed transition of the contract on September 30, 2019 and began working on the first task orders on October 1, 2019. Since the contract’s inception, BGS has been a committed partner with EM, providing high-level and valuable technical assistance in helping plan, define, evaluate, and execute EM’s diverse and technically complex environmental cleanup mission.