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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

ALCO: Alameda County Fire awarded five-year contract for services at LLNL

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has awarded a five-year contract for
emergency services to the Alameda County Fire Department, officials said.


The new deal, announced Friday following a competitive bidding process, includes fire, medical and hazardous material emergency services to the lab's main and auxiliary sites.

Alameda County has provided services to Lawrence Livermore since 2007, when the lab's management switched from the University of California to LLNS, a private entity. The new contract will begin in July.

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is a technology and applied science laboratory dedicated exclusively to national security.

This laboratory provides services and expertise in the areas of domestic and international security, environmental and energy security, and nuclear security.

It is government owned and contractor operated. Visit Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's website for more information on services, areas of expertise, sponsors, management, a list of publications that feature the laboratory, and an in-depth history of the facility.

Source: Livermore Patch - Link
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