Does DOE require a Memorandum of Understanding or Agreement between Agencies before Doing Work?
No. In the spirit of U.S. Government business streamlining practices, DOE does not require a formal, high level agreement to conduct work between DOE and another federal agency. If the Requesting Federal Agency feels a formal Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Requesting Federal Agency and DOE Oak Ridge Operations Office (DOE-ORO) is needed, that can be executed. However, DOE-ORO does have a preferred model of an MOU that they would sign very quickly. This MOU model can be furnished to any requestor.
- Is there a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the employer and separate agencies that would "grand-parent" individuals with regard to the PE Group Qualification Standard?
- Why does this proposal require a letter/Memorandum of Agreement from the chief elected official (Mayor or Chair of the Board of Selectmen)?
- Does DOE require a Memorandum of Understanding or Agreement between Agencies before Doing Work?