Sealaska Remediation Services, LLC, awarded $1B Contract for Counter Nuclear Smuggling Systems Deployment




April 02, 2024
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Sealaska Remediation Services (SRS)’ joint venture with Tetra Tech, Inc. was selected as one of two awardees to provide design, integration, construction, communications, logistics, training, and equipment deployment services to the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) under the Counter Nuclear Smuggling Systems Deployment (CNSSD) contract. The joint venture, SeaTech Global Security Solutions, will share in the $1B contract ceiling over seven years.

The CNSSD Contract is administered by NNSA’s Office of Nuclear Smuggling Detection and Deterrence (NSDD) whose mission is to strengthen the capabilities and commitment of U.S. partner countries to deter, disrupt, and investigate illicit trafficking of nuclear and other radioactive materials within the interiors of partner countries, across international borders, and through the global maritime shipping system. This U.S. government nuclear nonproliferation program provides partner countries with the tools and training necessary to counter nuclear smuggling.

The joint venture will provide services to support the provision, operation, and maintenance of fixed, mobile, handheld radiation detection systems, and associated enabling equipment and systems. Systems will be deployed at border checkpoints, airports, seaports, internal country locations, and maritime borders outside the United States.

“Sealaska is excited to expand our long-standing partnership with NNSA to help the international community develop technical capabilities to detect, disrupt and investigate the smuggling of dangerous materials that could be used in acts of radiological and/or nuclear terrorism,” said David Kostorowski, Sealaska Remediations Solutions General Manager and SeaTech Program Manager on the CNSSD contract. “Our SeaTech team is uniquely positioned and very eager to start deploying Counter Nuclear Smuggling technologies in close collaboration with NNSA’s law enforcement and border security partners that span the globe.”