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Current Procurement Opportunities:

The listing below shows potential procurement opportunities at the laboratory. The items listed are planned activities, and they may or may not be awarded. In addition, you may want to complete the registration process in the vendor portal.

Click on the title of the opportunity to express your interest. (Curious about a work area? Here's a map of INL Facilities.) 

Expression of Interest: 

Modernization of Acquisition System - Document Generation. Request for Information due March 29, 2019  Modernization of Acquistion System - Document Generation RFI - FINAL.pdf

Modernization of Acquisition System - Marketplace. Request for Information due April 5, 2019  Modernization of Acquisition System - Marketplace RFI - FINAL.pdf

Experimental Breeder Reactor-II Dome Rehabilitation Project - Expressions of Interest due April 5, 2019  Onsite meeting and tour to be held April 3, 2019. Contact Zach Bennet at zachary.bennett@inl.gov for information on the tour and site access.

  EBR-II Dome EOI.pdf       EBR-II Dome Cut Repair Conceptual Design.pdf   EBR-II Dome Picture.JPG

 

  
  
  
  
  
  
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Material334210 - Telephone Apparatus ManufacturingREC$500,000-$1M
Add new phones for the INL's UCC phone system. This project will be accomplished in three phases. One in each fiscal year 2019, 2020, 2021.
10/1/2019

 

What We Buy at Idaho National Laboratory

INL missions are very diverse, and as such, INL procures an equally diverse range of materials and services. Procurement categories include commodities, equipment, Information Technology, services and construction. INL procures products and services that meet required quality and delivery at the best value. As such, we seek suppliers who are reliable, cost-effective and safe. Examples within each area are listed below.

  1. Commodities: Office supplies, laboratory supplies, chemicals, industrial supplies, fasteners, tools, clothing, gasses and petroleum
  2. Construction: New facilities and system upgrades
  3. Equipment: Capital equipment, heavy equipment, instrumentation, engineered hardware, nuclear fuels and reactor spare parts
  4. Information Technologies: Workstations, specialty software, servers, services, software telecommunications services and equipment, equipment systems, and personal computers
  5. Services (technical services): Engineering (civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and landscaping); environmental support; environmental sampling, facility support; maintenance; and university research and development



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