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The Department of Energy has awarded a $1 billion information technology contract to Energy Enterprise Solutions L.
Hundreds of local workers were denied or delayed compensation, while the Department of Labor and Department of Energy debated which workers qualified for the program.
I'm gratified that the Department of Energy has recognized the work of this dynamic Massachusetts company.
The Department of Energy controls the labs, which are famous for having concocted, among other technologies of mass destruction, a nuclear-powered airplane engine, now on public display at one of the museums on the grounds.
The testing was part of a study conducted by Advanced Energy on behalf of the Department of Energy and the State Technology Advancement Cooperative (STAC).
The Department of Energy has contracted with Boeing to conduct a $148 million cleanup that has involved dismantling buildings that had been involved in energy research and digging out contaminated soil.
So the Clinton Administration has ordered the Department of Energy to figure out how and where to produce tritium again.
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