How to Register for Government Contracting (PDF)(4 pp, 196 K,
This fact sheet includes information on how to register for government contracts and some useful resources.
AMRCS Industry Day Presentation (PDF)(19 pp, 5 MB,
Abandoned Mine Response and Construction Services (AMRCS) presentation from the 8th Annual Navajo Nation Business Opportunity Day.
RAES Industry Day Presentation (PDF)(45 pp, 4 MB,
Response, Assessment and Evaluation Services (RAES) presentation from the September 2016 Abandoned Uranium Mine Technical Services and Cleanup Industry Days.
Statement of Work (SOW): Navajo Area Uranium Mines Response, Assessment and Evaluation Services (RAES) (PDF)(47 pp, 847 K,
Statement of Work for the Response, Assessment, and Evaluation Services (RAES) contract for Navajo Abandoned Uranium Mines on Navajo Nation.
Abandoned Mines Cleanup: Contracting With EPA
Opportunities for Cleaning up Abandoned Uranium Mines on or near Navajo Nation
This page lists contract opportunities with EPA and resources for abandoned uranium mine (AUM) cleanup work on Navajo Nation.
An upcoming contract opportunity is the Abandoned Mine Response and Construction Services (AMRCS) contract. The AMRCS contract scope of work includes remediation and construction at abandoned uranium mines. EPA recently received proposals for the Navajo Area AMRCS contract. The EPA competed this requirement exclusively for participation by small businesses and anticipates that it will result in a multiple award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with a total capacity of $220 million. The Request for Proposals (RFP) closed in May 2019. There will be updates regarding the AMRCS contract in early 2020.
Response Assessment and Evaluation Services Contract
The Response, Assessment and Evaluation Services (RAES) contract was awarded on October 11, 2017, and the scope of work includes site assessment of the abandoned uranium mines. News Release
Cove Road Construction Contract
EPA Region 9 awarded Navajo-owned Clawson Excavating Inc. a contract worth $918,911 to improve a local access road on the Navajo Nation, paving the way for critical abandoned uranium mine cleanups. Clawson Excavating Inc. will construct improvements to an unmaintained access road in rural Cove, Ariz. Clawson Excavating Inc., a small, Navajo-woman-owned business, will have seven employees working on this contract performing 100% of the work. News Release