Energy awards $14M contract for IT support

The Department of Energy has awarded REDE, a small 8(a) company, a $14 million contract for information technology and telecommunications support at DOE’s Oak Ridge, Tenn., division. The contract is for one year with four one-year options.

REDE will provide integrated project management, information engineering, systems development, end-user support, and network and cybersecurity operations. The company will support all offices under the control of the Oak Ridge division, including those outside the geographic area.

The contract fulfills a request for proposals DOE issued in July 2006 that was specifically for 8(a) small businesses.

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