How long will the LANL transition be delayed by the Nevada contract protests?
With two pending GAO appeals of the NNSA second decision on the NNSS award, this can drag on for months. Even though GAO is expected to make a decision by sometime later this year, that may not be the end of the road. The botched Y-12 contract endured an appeal to the US Court after the GAO made their decision and that delayed the final answer for even longer.
If NNSA delays the LANL bid until the NNSS one is sorted out then it could be 2020 before a new group takes over.
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