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April 7, 2017

For almost 30 years, CSRA has managed large, complex programs at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), involving various technology transformations, operations, and support—including cybersecurity. Because of our broad experience providing professional services and solutions in both classified and unclassified environments for highly sensitive national security customers and missions, CSRA will be able to leverage that experience at government-owned, contractor-operated (GoCo) sites to support both the nuclear non-proliferation and environment management programs that are descendants of the original Manhattan Project.

CSRA’s team recently participated in three conferences to interact with key DOE stakeholders and learn about the agency’s pressing issues. CSRA’s technology transformation, cybersecurity, and professional mission services in support of the DOE mission were hot topics of conversation. Here are some highlights:

  • DOE Under the New Administration - The first national meeting in the new DOE Administration focused on the DOE Offices of Environmental Management, Nuclear Energy, and National Nuclear Security Administration.  The DOE Mission of Nuclear Waste Cleanup and Nuclear Non-proliferation are critical to the nation, and the opportunity exists for a more collaborative and transparent approach among all parties.
  • Nuclear Deterrence Summit (NDS) - The summit brought leaders together for timely discussions on the United States’ role in nuclear arms control and non-proliferation, potential changes to U.S. nuclear posture under a new president, and the dynamic nature of this country’s relationship with international allies and adversaries.
  • Waste Management Symposia (WMS) - The annual WMS focused on radioactive waste management and disposal, decommissioning, packaging and transportation, facility siting, and site remediation.  Key aspects of the WMS included:
    • DOE senior staff updated attendees on the environmental management effort at the U.S. DOE complex.
    • Procurement and contracting sessions highlighted upcoming business opportunities.

For more information regarding these ongoing opportunities, to get involved, share ideas or work on mutually beneficial opportunities, contact CSRA’s Business Development Executive Chris Kirchoff at