ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico – The U.S. Department of Energy has selected Sigma Science, Inc. to provide nuclear industry advisory and
assistance services to the DOE Idaho Operations Office.
Under the 5-year contract, Sigma and its subcontractors – NAC International, Enercon Federal Services, Leidos,
and Strata-G – will provide DOE-ID technical assistance in the performance of engineering reviews and analyses,
technical evaluations, regulatory reviews, cost estimating, program management, management assessments, and
Sigma is a small, disadvantaged business founded in 1996 in Albuquerque, NM. The company has a 25-year
proven history of delivering critical solutions to federal clients and serving as a trusted provider of advisory
services and assistance to the DOE, National Nuclear Security Administration, and U.S. Department of Defense.
With its small- and large-business partners, the team brings long-standing working relationships with industry-providers of advanced reactor technologies and fuel design. NAC is a recognized leader in nuclear fuel cycle
technology, including spent fuel operations, facility licensing, and transportation services and equipment.
Enercon has experience at every U.S. nuclear power plant and is a recognized leader in nuclear utility operations.
Leidos is a Fortune 500 company with more than 40 years’ experience supporting the nuclear industry, and Strata-G is a small business with extensive experience supporting nuclear operations and development of advanced
Sigma CEO Gilbert Torres commented that “With ten proposals submitted for this contract, DOE had a lot of
high-quality options. I’m pleased that they recognized the extensive experience of our exceptional team, and we
are excited to put that experience to work supporting nuclear energy work scope in Idaho.”