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Assistant Vice Chancellor of the university’s Office of Federal Relations, A. Scott Sudduth lays out Texas A & M’s vision for community partnerships should the university and its partners win the bid.
Texas A&M submits LANL bid

Texas A&M University submitted a bid for the Los Alamos National Laboratory’s management and operations contract, bringing the total known number of official bidders  to three.

Assistant Vice Chancellor of the university’s Office of Federal Relations, A. Scott Sudduth, said so during a breakfast meeting with members of the Regional Coalition of LANL Communities Friday. One fact Sudduth wouldn’t reveal is who the university’s partners are.

“There’s only one question that I can think of that I’m not prepared to answer, and that’s who’s on our team,” Sudduth said. “We are eager to come to the community with the members of our team and make a formal announcement, as soon as we can get the principal members of our team together.”

He said one of the factors that helped Texas A & M decide to make a bid for the contract is the university’s nuclear engineering program.

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