MPR Teams with MELEMAX at DOE and NNSA

January 24, 2013

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The MELEMAX Team, which includes MPR, has been selected for an award from the Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE/NNSA) for a Technical, Programmatic, and Engineering Support Services Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA).  This BPA has a 5-year period of performance and a ceiling of $300 million. The scope of work covers a range of areas including:

•       Program Management Support 

•       Nuclear Engineering Subject Matter Expertise & Analytical Support 

•       Training Support 

•       Security Management Support 

•       Weapons Data Access System Programmatic Support 

•       Emergency Operations (Domestic & International) Support 

•       Aviation Operations Support 

•       Nuclear Nonproliferation 

•       Environmental Management 

The BPA may be used by all offices within DOE and NNSA. MELEMAX is comprised of select companies with a proven record of quality performance and dedication at DOE/NNSA.  

Ryan Downs, MPR Federal VP,  notes, "MPR is pleased to work with the MELEMAX team, expanding on our nearly 50 years of experience helping U.S. government clients. Within the last five decades we have defined and created three core products and services for energy, defense, and homeland security: Technical Project Integration (TPI), Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM), and System/Component Design (S/CD). Our performance with this BPA will match previous agreements and success by bringing exceptional value to the DOE and NNSA with innovative engineering and disciplined project management." 

With roots dating back to Admiral Rickover, MPR engineers work in an environment of innovation, individual responsibility and accountability, fostered by a culture of individual freedom. MPR has supplied solutions for projects of national prominence, including: non-proliferation, environmental stewardship, Navy ship safety and survivability, and clean, sustainable energy independent of foreign sources. 

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