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Monday, March 12, 2018

UC bid

UC has not yet been informed that UC has submitted a competitive bid for the LANL contract. 

Transition to new contractor is on schedule.


Anonymous said...

The UC team is interviewed next week.

Anonymous said...

"It is still anticipated that the four-month transition period will start on June 1, 2018 to facilitate an October 1, 2018 start date of the follow-on LANL M&O contract. Accordingly, it remains the expectation that contract award would be announced in April or May of 2018."

Oh, really?

Anonymous said...

I have no idea what this means but during several division meetings mangers are saying, " there are lots of rumors of very bad things concering the upcoming management change but these are just rumors as no one knows anything, to be assured that no one actually knows anything and it is only rumors". The implication is be afraid, be very very afraid. Something really crazy could be coming with the new contract.

Anonymous said...

March 14, 2018 at 3:50 PM

Maybe so, maybe not. You have your sources?
The UCOP is clear that the UC team has not yet been informed by NNSA that their proposal is compliant with the RFP.

Anonymous said...

The management has almost always been “scary”.

Anonymous said...

4:02 PM

More crazy than UC putting a second-rate geologist in charge of LANL?

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