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The leader in space station maintenance.
The Death Star needs to vent a lot of heat from reactors, trash composters, and other sources. While some of the heat is captured for energy, as part of the Empire's new "Green Jobs" program, much of it must be vented to the surface. Unfortunately, these thermal exhaust ports are unshielded, so in addition to letting heat out, they let a lot of other things in. For example:
The dozens of unshielded exhaust ports have already cost milions, and can easily be shielded for a small fraction of the damage caused to date, and the estimated damage in the next several weeks. This is a project that pays for itself quickly in both money and time spent fixing situations arrising from the unshielded exhaust ports.
However, there is an even greater issue at stake here: there is a chance, however unlikely, that a rebel starfighter could deposit an explosive into one of the exhaust ports connected to the main reactor and cause a chain reaction powerful enough to destroy the entire Death Star. Lord Vadar insisted that the main reactor be isolated from the rest of the battle station to prevent just such an attack. However, cost and schedule overruns precluded the installation of the original design, and attempts to cover the vents were discarded due to difficulties with the metric to Imperial measuring units conversion.
Fortunately, we now have a straightforward, cost-effective solution.
MegaCorp has recently started manufacturing vent shields in the appropriate Imperial format at quite a reasonable price. We can install these shields in a matter of weeks using maintenance droids that have been specifically programmed for this purpose.
Once the contract is signed, we can be completed in approximately 4 weeks of work time (although we estimate the project will take 4 calendar months, due to internal approval processes).
Next 3 Months
Gather required paperwork approvals from section chiefs.
Following 3 Weeks
Install shields over all thermal exhaust ports (48 ports total).
Retighten screws to adjust for thermal expansion.
To complete this project within the budget and timeline of this proposal, we are making the following assumptions:
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We have been serving the Empire since its beginning, selflessly toiling for the good of our troops. Our former CEO believes in the Empire so much he resigned his corporate position to serve as Vice President of Procurement on the Death Star, where his diligence and attention to detail will make sure that the Emperor is never overcharged. (His efficiency is highlighted by his ability to get great deals for the Empire through his faster "no-bid" contracting process.)
We put together elite teams of nuclear engineers. This one will be headed by one of our rising stars, Homer Simpson. Homer manages the team of 3 droids, each of which works 150 hours per week (far more efficient than human contractors-- even Vader has trouble getting more than 120 hours a week out of them).
[While it's a great idea to give your team a face, you should probably put more flattering portraits in your actual proposals. Consider having a photograher take some pictures of your team.]
IT Technologies has decades of experience with nuclear systems, including Star Destroyer reactors and construction on the Death Star itself.
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Awaiting acceptance by Wilhuff Tarkin.