Mission Support Alliance, a Department of Energy contractor at Hanford, received 90 percent of the maximum pay possible for fiscal year 2012, DOE announced Tuesday.
It received $19.1 million out of a possible $21 million.
The pay included $14 million for specific goals with set dollar amounts, or 94 percent of the pay possible.
For subjective evaluations, it received 80 percent of the pay possible, or $5.1 million. That includes pay in categories such as customer service provided to DOE and other Hanford contractors.
Mission Support Alliance provides sitewide services at Hanford.
It worked with other Hanford contractors to revise and implement an Interface Management Plant describing how contractors work together, according to DOE.
Other successes included consolidating Hanford Patrol ranges to free up 2,500 acres for other use. It maintained an excellent working relationship with the vitrification plant, focusing on infrastructure requirements to meet plant startup and operation requirements, DOE said.
It did excellent work as the site integrator, providing services to other contractors and coordinating with them on their expected needs, according to DOE.
It also provided excellent support to DOE in response to multiple requests for information to support development of future budgets, according to DOE.