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FY 11 LANL_Fee_Determination Summary

FY 11 LANL_Fee_Determination Summary

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Published by John R. Fleck
Fiscal Year 2011 Los Alamos National Laboratory award fee summary
Fiscal Year 2011 Los Alamos National Laboratory award fee summary

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Published by: John R. Fleck on Jan 23, 2012
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Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
Total Fixed Fee plus TotalAvailable Award FeeTotal Fixed Fee plus TotalAward Fee Earned%$94,274,050$83,725,67789%
The National Nuclear Security Administration evaluated Los Alamos NationalSecurity, LLC’s (LANS) performance for fiscal year 2011 and awarded LANS 89percent of the available award fee plus an additional year to the term of the LANScontract to manage and operate Los Alamos National Laboratory. That extensionincreases the contract term through September 30, 2017. By comparison, the awardfee for FY10 was 88 percent, 90 percent for FY09, 88 percent for FY08, and81percent for FY07.
NNSA cited FY2011 as a very good performance year for LANS building on pastsuccesses and delivering on multiple fronts.
NNSA gave its highest marks for LANS performance in core mission areasincluding: Science, Technology and Engineering, and National Security Objectives. Italso highlighted significant performance in Operations, including outstandingresponse to the Las Conchas fire, implementation of seismic safety upgrades to thePlutonium Facility, achieving a record number of TRU Waste Shipments to WIPP,improved Security Program performance, and improvements in the Readinessprogram.
NNSA officials indicated the effectiveness of the LANS Contractor AssuranceSystem needs to be further matured and additional opportunities to enhanceperformance and cost effectiveness across the institution must be pursued.Additionally, sustaining Project Management delivery performance, Criticality Safety,Safety Basis for Area G, and addressing aging infrastructure, and configurationmanagement issues are areas of concern.
Many accomplishments throughout the Laboratory contributed to this rating,including an effective leadership transition to a new Laboratory Director, Dr. CharlesMcMillan, contributions to the NNSA Stockpile Stewardship and Non-Proliferationmissions, completion of environmental cleanup activities utilizing American Recoveryand Reinvestment Act funding, key scientific discoveries, progress in achieving sitesustainability goals, and executing over $185M more in programmatic work ascompared to FY10, and over $2.6B in total budget authority while working throughseven continuing resolutions.

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