TULSA, Okla. – EM‘s next quarterly public forum to discuss upcoming business opportunities in the legacy nuclear cleanup program is set for Wed., July 13 in Tulsa, Okla.

The Business Opportunity Forum will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. Central Standard Time in the Grand Hall of Cherokees at the Hard Rock Hotel during the Reservation Economic Summit in Tulsa. Forum attendees are encouraged to register for the summit to learn more about doing business with Indian Country.

EM’s forum will feature a panel discussion titled “In It To Win It,” on navigating DOE’s overall $24 billion procurement base. DOE Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization Director John Hale III will identify procurement opportunities and strategies for companies.

Following the “In It To Win It” panel discussion, EM Acquisition and Project Management Deputy Assistant Secretary Jack Surash will lead the forum discussion. Organized by EM’s Office of Acquisition and Project Management, this outreach event gives companies the chance to learn the latest news on doing business with EM and participate in dialogue about the program’s business opportunities.

There is no charge to attend the forum. Pre-registration is required by providing your name, title and company name to EM’s Carol Ward via e-mail at carol.ward@em.doe.gov by Monday, July 11.
Participants can also join the meeting online through a web conferencing tool. For more information, click here.

ABOUT EM: The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Environmental Management (EM) mission is to address the nation’s Cold War environmental legacy resulting from five decades of nuclear weapons production and government-sponsored nuclear energy research.  This legacy includes some of the world’s most dangerous radioactive sites with large amounts of radioactive wastes, spent nuclear fuel (SNF), excess plutonium and uranium, thousands of contaminated facilities, and contaminated soil and groundwater.  Created in 1989, EM has the responsibility for completing the cleanup of this Cold War legacy and managing the remaining nuclear materials.

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