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Welcome to the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) website for the Oak Ridge Federal Integrated Communications Network (ORF-ICN) contract competition.

The ORF-ICN serves approximately 18,000 DOE customers, who are located in over 500 buildings spanning more than 15 miles on the approximately 33,000 acre Oak Ridge Reservation in Eastern Tennessee. More than 12,000 federal and contractor employees work in direct support of the DOE missions in Oak Ridge. DOE is the fourth largest employer in Tennessee and supports 62,000 full-time jobs.

The network provides telecommunications services to DOE (including the National Nuclear Security Administration), on-site contractors, and other government agencies in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The DOE Oak Ridge Reservation includes the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, East Tennessee Technology Park, Y-12 National Security Complex, Office of Secure Transportation, Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, and the Oak Ridge Townsite. The term “Oak Ridge Townsite” refers to the Federal Building, the Office of Scientific and Technical Information, Building 2714-Complex facilities, and various locations in the local vicinity.

The successful offeror is expected to assume full responsibility for ORF-ICN operations in August 2015.

Additional information about the competitive process for this contract will be announced on this website when available. You are encouraged to check back frequently to view up-to-date changes and new information postings. Please direct questions concerning the competition and/or the content of this website to the following email address: Responses will be provided at our earliest convenience.

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Note: Links will be activated as information becomes available.

Last Updated: May 20, 2015