The third protest by Babcock & Wilcox was dismissed last week by the Government Accountability Office. The complaint was file against a bid process in the contract at two nuclear weapons facilities; one in Tennessee and the other in Texas. The grievance claims that the National Nuclear Security Administration’s cost-savings projections in its bid for two other companies were not adequately evaluated. According to the News & Advance, the Lynchburg-based B & W Technical Services Group has managed the two facilities under separate contracts. One manufactures components for weapons and reactors; the other dismantles stockpiled weapons.