DOE/NNSA awards $400 million EPS to TechSource E-TESA

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Tech Source, Inc., a small, veteran-owned business, and the entire Enterprise-Wide Technical and Engineering Support Alliance (E-TESA) team are honored to have received the General Purchase Order ( BPA) DOE/NNSA Technical, Engineering, and Programming Services (TEPS-3) award.

This $400 million award is a direct result of TechSource and E-TESA team members’ dedication to providing exceptional support over the past decade under the two previous TEPS BPAs.

TechSource Senior Vice President and E-TESA Program Manager Jim Rhone said, “E-TESA continues to exceed all expectations. We are fully confident going forward that the unparalleled breadth and depth of TechSource’s experience and knowledge, coupled with the breadth and depth capabilities provided by this enhanced E-TESA-3 team, will provide DOE and NNSA the complete resource needed to complete their critical and time-consuming missions. sensitive national security missions.

Going forward, TEPS-3 will be the primary strategic procurement vehicle for DOE and NNSA to access technical support, engineering, and programming services from the E-TESA team spanning the entire spectrum in the following task areas:

  • Program management support
  • Nuclear Engineering Subject Matter Expertise and Analytical Support Training Support
  • Security management support
  • Support to emergency operations (national/international)
  • Support for nuclear non-proliferation
  • Environmental management and sustainability
  • Research and development

About the E-TESA team:

The E-TESA team led by TechSource is 68% small business, consisting of 12 contractor team members and 26 subcontractors. Each team member has been selected to give the DOE/NNSA maximum confidence in our ability to: provide access to thousands of professionals in all disciplines to meet the needs of the DOE/NNSA, provide best-in-class expertise with the ability to perform functional activities, reduce performance risks and ensure continuity of service, as evidenced by E-TESA members having received 59 TEPS BPA task orders with a total contract award value of 535 $.6 million, and exceed small business usage goals.

Mary Alice Spivey, TechSource’s Deputy Director for the National Capital Region and E-TESA’s Deputy Program Director, said, “We couldn’t be more proud or thrilled that the DOE and NNSA continue to recognize the exceptional reach and unequaled expertise of the E-TESA team. To be exploited a third time to support their immense national security effort is significant. This is a particularly important undertaking, and we are both humbled and honored to support them as they work to fulfill their mission.

TEPS-3 E-TESA members:

ANALYGENCE, Inc. ● CTAC ● Inspection Experts, Inc. ● JGMS Government Services, LLC ● Omega Technical Services ● Pro2Serve ● Sigma Science, Inc. ● Strategic Management Solutions, LLC ● Strategy Consulting Team LLC ● Technomics, Inc. ● XCEL Engineering ● AAR Government Services ● Amentum Technical Services LLC ● AmVet Technologies ● Advanced Technologies & Laboratories, International, Inc. ● BAE Systems ● CALIBER Systems, Inc. ● Culmen International, LLC ● Dynamis, Inc. ● Excelligent LLC ● HukariAscendent, Inc. ● JRC Integrated Systems, Inc ● Leidos, Inc. ● LMI Consulting, LLC ● Manhattan Legacy Service ● MPR Associates, Inc. ● Peptineo LLC ● PM tec Inc ● Potomac Institute for Policy Studies ● Sol Oriens LLC ● Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc ● Systems and Proposal Engineering Company ● Success Staging International LLC ● Systems & Technology Research LLC ● Strata G, LLC ● Vector Management Systems LLC ● Versus Research

About TechSource:

Founded in 1997, TechSource, Inc. is a science and engineering consulting firm comprised of more than 500 top engineers, scientists, and executives from national laboratories, federal technology programs, and the nuclear industry. TechSource is recognized as an independent and qualified expert whose advice and products uniquely and effectively address technical and programmatic requirements. To learn more about TechSource, visit

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