Nuclear Cleanup Caucus April 5, 2017

The Nuclear Cleanup Caucus event is coming up on April 5th in Washington, D.C. As many of you know, ETEBA, NEI and EFCOG host three separate information panels in Washington each year, each of which is intended to inform the House Nuclear Cleanup Caucus, other members of Congress, and audience participants of issues related to cleanup efforts across the DOE complex. ETEBA organizes and develops the theme for the first of these three panels, and this year our panel is focused on the critical relationship between the Office of Environmental Management and the mission and infrastructure needs of the other major DOE mission offices (National Nuclear Security Administration, Nuclear Energy, and Science).

The theme of this year’s event is “DOE Mission Infrastructure Improvements and EM’s Role: EM, NNSA, NE, and SC Perspectives”. Our panelists represent each of the mission offices and they bring a cross-section of field and headquarter perspectives to the discussion. The four panelists include Sue Cange, acting Assistant Secretary of Energy, Office of Environmental Management (EM); Mr. James McConnell, Associate Administrator for Safety, Infrastructure, and Operations, National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA); Mr. Richard Provencher, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Idaho Site Operations, Office of Nuclear Energy (NE); and Mr. Johnny Moore, Manager, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Site Office, Office of Science (SC).

Given that we are still in transition with the new Administration and a new Secretary of Energy, we believe this a very timely and critical discussion that should help the new DOE leadership understand this key aspect of the complex and interdependent relationships between the DOE mission offices. It is also a message that impacts all our members, large and small, so we hope you can make the trip to D.C. and participate in this worthwhile event. More information, including registration information, is posted at and can be found at Registration is required by close of business on Friday, March 31st.

The day after the Caucus event, ETEBA will continue our educational efforts with our “Day on the Hill”. We’ll meet with Congressional representatives to further emphasize the caucus message, and likewise to discuss other issues (e.g., budget) that are important to our member companies and host communities. We have a very limited number of spaces available to participate, so if you are an ETEBA member that would like to reserve a spot please contact me at your earliest convenience (tim@eteba.og).

Now is the time to sign up for the upcoming ETEBA Federal Opportunities Forum to be Held April 19th in Aiken, SC

ETEBA invites you to join us for a 1-Day Federal Business Opportunities Forum that will feature prime contracting opportunities/ Forecast at SRS, USACE, and Other DOE procurements complex wide.

For the Detailed Preliminary Agenda of this Event Click Here

Attendee Registration is $125 for Members/ $180 Non-Members

This event also has two available sponsorship levels Platinum $2,500 and Gold $1,000. For More Information on the event and registration as an attendee or sponsor click HERE!


The Energy Technology and Environmental Business Association (ETEBA) is a non-profit trade association representing approximately 170 small, large and mid-sized companies and affiliate members that provide environmental, technology, energy, engineering, construction and related services to government and commercial clients.

Our mission is to promote the success of our members by fostering market understanding, identifying business opportunities and advocating for our common interests.

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ETEBA Meeting Presentation 3.23.17 – In Case You Missed It

In case you missed this month’s ETEBA meeting we’ve made the luncheon presentation available HERE for your convenience.

Special Guest: Alan Baker, with Regional Engine-MFG will present on “Building East Tennessee’s Regional Manufacturing Consortium”

These meetings are brought to you by our meeting sponsors. Without the help of sponsors it wouldn’t be possible to offer the same quality of presentation and
event. Monthly meeting sponsorship is available for $500 and is an excellent way to advertise your company services. For More information contact Hannah via email here!

18th Annual Business Opportunities Conference October 3-5, 2017 Registration Opening Next Week

View a 1 Page Sneak Peek at this Year’s Conference Prospectus Here!
The 17th Annual ETEBA Business Opportunities Conference (BOC) was a great success. The BOC is the best place to exhibit, network, and interact with key decision makers from across the energy, technology and environmental supply chain. Please join us as a Sponsor, Exhibitor and Attendee for this year’s event and Save the Dates October 3-5, 2017! Multiple sponsorship opportunities are available to fit every budget, and we have even more new features planned for next year to make this event even better. This industry-leading conference is an unbeatable value for companies of every size and free advertising is included in the program if you sign up to sponsor at a silver level or higher.

Play Golf with Purpose – ETEBA Scholarship Fundraiser SantaFe, NM

The Energy Technology and Environmental Business Association (ETEBA) Western Chapter is bringing back its College Scholarship Fundraiser in New Mexico for it’s 7th Consecutive Year. You can Register for Sponsorship at the following link:

Or Register as an Individual Player Here:

The purpose is to raise funds for scholarships sponsored by ETEBA at 6 New Mexico Colleges. Registration begins at noon, with tee-off at 1 p.m.

The cost for this event is only $150 per person. This price includes entry into all events, 18 holes of golf, range balls, riding car, refreshments after the tournament and various awards.

A Special Thanks to the 2016 ETEBA Business Opportunities Conference Sponsors!