US Navy Contracts Environmental Security Technology Support to Battelle
Battelle will support the United States Navy for the next five years with an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract that has a maximum value of $99.5 million to provide environmental security technology support to various local and international Navy and U.S. Marine Corps installations.
Battelle staff will conduct technology implementation, technical consultation, training, strategy development, research and administrative services at U.S. Navy and Marine Corps facilities as well as other government facilities worldwide.
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Battelle has a long and rich history of performing this type of work for the U.S. government, military and private businesses. With cross-disciplinary environmental service teams, Battelle develops and applies innovative, cost-effective methods and technologies to protect human health and the environment and restore value to our greatest natural resources.
"We're thrilled and honored to continue our long history of more than 25 years working with the Department of Defense to help meet their greatest environmental and sustainability challenges," said Russell Sirabian, Program Manager for the contract. "Our unique capability in integrating research and development, technology transfer, and remedy selection/ optimization to provide innovative and technically sound solutions to key challenges is a hallmark of Battelle."
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