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BCS Wins DOE Sustainability Performance Division Recompete

This summer, BCS won a prime contract bid to support the Department of Energy’s (DOE's) Sustainability Performance Division (SPD). Federal regulations require agencies set sustainability goals and work toward meeting targets for saving energy and water and...

BCS Support for DOE Offices Extended

This July, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) exercised the first option year on both the Office of Electricity (OE) and Office of Cybersecurity, Energy, Security, and Emergency Response (CESER) contracts. BCS won the recompetes for both prime...

Robert Naranjo Promoted to Senior Vice President

In November 2018, BCS Chief Executive Officer Alan Montero Williams promoted Robert (Rob) Naranjo to the role of Senior Vice President. Rob has been with BCS for 17 years and brings vast experience providing technical analysis and management support to federal, state,...

BCS to Develop Communication Strategy for IEA Bioenergy

In August 2018, BCS was selected by IEA Bioenergy—an international organization established by the International Energy Agency that is looking to expand the role bioenergy plays in the global energy marketplace—to develop a communication strategy that drives greater...

BCS Facilitates Midwest Energy Assurance Workshop

In July 2018, BCS facilitated the Midwest Energy Assurance Workshop organized by the National Association of State Energy Officials and the U.S. Department of Energy. The objective of the workshop was to use a series of energy emergency scenarios and facilitated...

Ken Green Named First BCS Chief Operating Officer

In May 2018, BCS Chief Executive Officer Alan Williams named Ken Green the company’s first-ever Chief Operating Officer. Ken, who has a long tenure with the company, has more than 30 years of experience in the energy field, including extensive...

BCS Employees Donate Supplies to Help Children in Baltimore

According to the Annie E. Casey Foundation, more than one-third of children in Baltimore—near the BCS headquarters office in Laurel, Maryland—live in poverty. More than 25,000 of these children lack the diapers they need. In November 2017, BCS...