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                 SRNS helps those
                 in need during
                 Project SERVE

                 SRNS employees recently worked
                 on several cleanup and repair
                 projects helping those in need
                 during SRS’s annual Project SERVE
                 campaign. Pictured at the Family
                 Counseling Center in Augusta,
                 Ga., is Keith McGuire of SRNS
                 Emergency Management. More than
                 100 SRNS employees donated their
                 day off to help with projects that
                 will improve the living conditions of
                 disadvantaged children, low-income
                 senior citizens, the disabled, single-
                 parent homeowners or specific
                 United Way partner agencies. Team
                 projects typically include painting,
                 repairing flooring, putting up drywall,
                 building fences and wheelchair ramps,
                 replacing rotting boards, fixing faulty
                 plumbing and performing yard work.

            SRNS wins five awards at DOE Small Business Forum

            SRNS was recently presented five awards at the 18th annual   Manager of the Year for his efforts developing and managing a
            DOE Small Business Forum & Expo. The awards recognized   best-in-class small business program. In September 2018, SRNS
            SRNS management of its Small Business programs and supplier   launched their Mentor-Protégé Center of Excellence as the next
            development initiatives. In addition, DOE-SR and SRNS protégé   phase in the SRS plan to enhance small business capabilities and
            supplier UDR Consulting were presented awards. Overall, SRS   skillsets to perform various scopes of work across all DOE sites.
            brought home seven of the 25 awards given at this year’s DOE   This phase incorporates a unique approach to DOE’s program and
            Small Business Forum & Expo, held in Pittsburgh, PA.  is a first-of-its-kind across the DOE complex.
            “All credit is given to our diverse, talented workforce who make   Agyemang and Cheryl Hartfield, SRNS Small Business Specialist,
            these achievements possible through their steady, exceptional   were recipients of the Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business
            performance. These multi-year awards provide evidence that   Utilization Director’s Excellence Award. DOE Savannah River
            SRNS is a leader in the DOE Complex in small business advocacy   Operations Office Small Business Manager Paradio Maith also
            and supplier development. With continued solid performance, we   received the Director’s Excellence Award. In addition, SRNS
            expect continued success in this part of our business,” said SRNS   was recognized as Mentor of the Year and SRNS Protégé, UDR
            President and CEO Stuart MacVean.                     Consulting, received the Protégé of the Year award.
            SRNS Procurement Director Jay Johnson received the Facility   “SRNS is committed to the development of our partners. The
            Management Contractor (FMC) Procurement Director of the Year   Protégé Center of Excellence team strives to lead the way in small
            Award for his commitment to maximizing small business utilization   business advocacy and we believe that our program can make a
            through policies, procedures and outreach. Johnson has created an   true difference in how small businesses are developed across the
            atmosphere with a “small business first” mindset in the organization.   DOE Complex,” said Agyemang.
            J. Alex Agyemang, SRNS Manager of Small Business Programs   SRNS also received recognition with SRNL Director Dr. Vahid Majidi
            and Supplier Partnering, received the FMC Small Business Program   being named Laboratory Director of the Year.
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