DOE Issues Draft Request for Proposal for Paducah Infrastructure Support Services Contract

The Paducah ISS procurement will be conducted as a Small Business Set-Aside Competition.

U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued a Draft Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Paducah Infrastructure Support Services (ISS) procurement.

The Paducah ISS procurement will be conducted as a Small Business Set-Aside Competition. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this requirement is 561210, Facilities Support Services, and the small business size standard is $47.0 million.   

DOE requires a contractor to provide infrastructure support services at the Paducah Site, to include but not limited to: 

  • Surveillance, Maintenance, and Repair and Construction/Replacement of Facilities; 

  • Custodial Services; 

  • Grounds Maintenance, Snow Removal, and Pest Control; Roadway Parking and Lot Maintenance; 

  • Fleet Management; 

  • Real Property Management; Records Management and Document Control; Safeguards and Security; 

  • Environment Safety, Health, and Quality Program; 

  • Engineering;

  • Training Services; 

  • Mail Services; and

  • Waste Management, Pollution Prevention, and Other Activities and Support to DOE.

A dedicated webpage has been established for the Paducah ISS procurement: The Draft RFP will also be posted to the Fedconnect website at:

For more than 30 years, EM has remained focused on addressing the environmental legacy of nuclear weapons development and nuclear energy research that helped end World War II, win the Cold War and position the United States as a leader in clean nuclear energy. Collectively, EM is delivering results that are protecting the environment, supporting communities and enabling a concerted focus on safely completing the mission sooner and more efficiently.

Additional information regarding the Paducah site is available at: /em/paducah.    

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