The HLMI Partnering and Cooperative Strategy
This contract transition has notable differences from a typical Hanford transition:
- Two incumbent contractors
- WHL – Fixed price
- WRPS – Large scope with centralized functions
- HLMI is unpopulated as required by Small Business Administration rules
- All staff will be employed by Navarro or ATL
- Navarro directly manages several HLMI Business Services functions
We have experience hiring staff from two incumbent contractors, and we will ensure they are a part of a fully integrated team, focused on supporting the Hanford Mission, regardless of original company: One Team – One Mission. We utilize a cooperative and partnering approach:
- HLMI understands the importance of working in a cooperative manner with DOE, OHCs and stakeholders.
- We have proven ability to bring cooperation and partnering approach, internally, by integrating staff from two incumbent contractors and externally with OHCs.
- We will work with OHCs, including our Tank Farms clients in a manner that is focused on doing what is in the best interest of DOE and the Hanford Mission. We will apply One Team – One Mission (the Hanford Mission) approach to our interfaces with OHCs.
- When resolving issues, our focus will be on working in a partnering and cooperative manner to find solutions.