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Pueblo Alliance LLC Recognized as DOE Protégé of the Year

Pueblo Alliance LLC was recently recognized as the Department of Energy’s Protégé of the Year at the DOE Small Business Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.  Pueblo Alliance is comprised of two Native American Enterprise Development Corporations, Tsay Services and San Ildeonso Services. Pueblo Alliance has a DOE Mentor-Protégé agreement with Triad. In FY 2022, Pueblo Alliance had over 50 Task Orders for maintenance and construction with varying stages of execution ranging in size from $200K to $3.5M. Pueblo Alliance was selected as a first of its kind to participate in Los Alamos National Laboratory’s (LANL’s) Job Order Contracting Construction Pilot Program. Additionally, they have been a critical player in the Contingent Labor contract and in FY 2022 provided over 90 employees to LANL for varying support functions. Pueblo Alliance has developed and is implementing a pilot program to recruit, develop, and hire new Q-Cleared personnel from the Northern New Mexico region. In FY 2022, Pueblo Alliance provided 20 Q-Cleared personnel to support this mission. Pueblo Alliance has become the solution to a multitude of challenges at LANL through their expertise as a contractor and a New Mexico small business.  Pueblo Alliance President Ron Lovato said, “This is just the beginning of a successful relationship with the local Tribes, the Northern New Mexico Community and small business.  PA intends to continue this steady growth throughout the years to enhance not only Tribal companies, but the regional development of more qualified contractors to support TRIAD in its ongoing mission success.”