The Department of Energy (DOE) National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) recognized MELE Associates Inc.’s Management Analyst Louis Twitty for outstanding health and safety performance.
Twitty was recently presented a letter of recognition from the NNSA by Prime Contractor Partner Program Manager Tim Margita of Harkcon Inc. The letter, signed by John M. Stewart, Director, Office Space, Logistics, and Travel at the NNSA, details Twitty’s meritorious actions that helped resolve several facility operational challenges.
“Louis’ quick responses and timely coordination with the building facilities team…are greatly appreciated. The Office of Business Services especially appreciates the major role you (Louis) provide day in and day out in successfully keeping the management team abreast on facilities issues…”, wrote Stewart.
“Louis is an important member of our team…We thank him very much for all that he contributes to help provide NNSA the ability to deliver on its important mission,” Stewart added.
Twitty, who has been with MELE since 2022, shared, “It’s great to be recognized for your hard work. I truly appreciate the letter from Director Stewart and receiving the letter from Tim. I really enjoy working with my colleagues at MELE, Harkcon and the NNSA.”
Twitty provides logistics and space support for NNSA headquarter offices and is part of the MELE team working on an NNSA Management and Budget (NA-MB) contract. MELE partners with Prime Contractor Harkcon Inc. to deliver operational and program management business support services essential to the fulfillment of the mission and functions of NA-MB, the NNSA Office of Communications, and the NNSA Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs.
“Louis is such a valuable and valued member of our team. I’m so happy to see him get recognized for his dedication and hard work,” stated Susan Bowers, Vice President at MELE.
“Louis embodies the MELE way. He is responsive, he is a problem-solver, he’s a great team player, and he’s committed to serving the NNSA’s broader mission,” Bowers added.