MARCH 6, 2018 ABQ, NM: ETEBA New Mexico Federal Business Opportunities Forum

Procurement professionals representing the U.S. Dept. of Energy, the National Nuclear Security Administration, the U.S. Department of Defense, and their prime contractors at facilities across the state of New Mexico and the region will present current information on their respective procurement protocols and requirements along with forecasts of their procurement opportunities pending in 2018. An afternoon networking reception following the morning panel sessions will provide participating business representatives an opportunity to meet one-on-one with the panel speakers to introduce themselves and to learn more about specific procurement requirements and opportunities.
The Forum will take place at the Crowne Plaza in Albuquerque, NM. It will be a full day event, starting with a continental breakfast at 7:30 followed by two morning panel sessions. A third panel session will follow lunch, then the day will close with a late afternoon networking reception.
Registration for ETEBA members is $125 per person. Non-member registration is $180 per person. Sponsorship opportunities are available as well; you can become a Platinum Sponsor for $2500, or a Gold Sponsor for $1000. If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact Linda Short at linda@eteba.org.
This event offers a unique opportunity to hear specific details about the wide range of federal procurement opportunities in the state of NM and the region that are pending in the upcoming year, and to interact directly with the procurement professionals that will be leading those procurement efforts. We know you will find this event to be a worthwhile investment, and we look forward to seeing you there! Registration is available at https://eteba.org/listing/eteba-nm-federal-business-opportunities-forum/

SAVE THE DATE APRIL 25, 2018 AIKEN, SC: ETEBA SC Federal Business Opportunities Forum

ETEBA Business Opportunities Conference Survey and Presentations

If you attended the Business Opportunities Conference 2017 we are interested in hearing your feedback. Please complete the survey here!
We have also posted conference presentations at the following link for your convenience https://eteba.org/conference/conference-presentations-2017/. Presentations are available to members and attendees only and are password protected. Contact Hannah via email Here! to get your password today.
Conference Presentations 2017 Link

The ETEBA Business Conference 2017 Re-Cap

At this year’s Energy, Technology and Environmental Business Association, 18th Annual Business Opportunities Conference we had an excellent series of panels and panel speakers this year. Adam Demella from the Senate Appropriations Committee offered insights on the budgeting process in DC, and Roger Jarrell, Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Energy for EM, again emphasized the new DOE leadership team’s “bias for action” and getting major cleanup projects completed as quickly and efficiently as possible. We heard from procurement specialists and managers representing a cross-section of the DOE Complex including Los Alamos, NNSA, Savannah River, Oak Ridge, and a full panel of Hanford representatives. NASA, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the Army’s Engineering Research and Development Center (ERDC) discussed procurement protocols and opportunities, and we also got insights into the challenges and opportunities that exist in the commercial nuclear utility market.

This year’s technical panels and workshops were “stand alone” sessions that covered a broad spectrum of topics including cyber security, “lessons learned” on D&D projects, and improved techniques for bid estimation. These sessions were well attended and will continue to be an important part of our conference format in the coming years.

We are particularly delighted that Student Day was another highlight of this year’s BOC. The afternoon started with a session of excellent technical presentations given by students from the University of Tennessee’s Civil & Environmental and Nuclear Engineering Departments, then we hosted an internship/job fair for students in STEM related curricula from the University of Tennessee, Roane State Community College, and Pellissippi State Community College. Fifteen ETEBA member companies and over sixty enthusiastic young students participated in this event, and we are optimistic that many of these young people will receive internships and job offers as a result. We were so pleased with the success of our Student Day events that it too will be a regular feature at future BOC’s.

Of course, we should mention that the scholarship golf tournament was a great success this year, and judging by the number of people surrounding the gambling tables, casino night was a popular new event as well.

Doing Business with DOE

ETEBA recently participated as a Contributing Sponsor in the Tennessee Valley Corridor National Summit in Huntsville, AL. Each year, “The Summit” brings together business, political, and community leadership from throughout the ten Congressional Districts in five states across the Tennessee Valley Corridor (TVC) to assess federal initiatives and investments in the region and to evaluate how those investments are being leveraged to create private sector opportunities. As part of the Summit we received information on doing business with the Department of Energy (DOE). To access the full overview see the ETEBA Resources Page at https://eteba.org/advocacy/resources/ Some of the information provided in the overview includes information on registering with SAM, how to contact your local procurement technical assistance center (PTAC), a look at the DOE acquisition forecast, learning the basics of government contracting through the SBA, how to submit an unsolicited proposal, information on the office of small disadvantaged business utilization and more.

ETEBA Member Meeting Presentations 2017

Did you know that ETEBA Member Meeting Presentations are still available for you to review. This is just another added benefit to our members. Check out our Resources Tab for more information that can help your business. If there is a company that presented during 2017 that you are interested in doing business with or learning more about you are sure to find the information you are seeking Here! https://eteba.org/news-and-information/presentations/

January 25th You might be familiar with CB&I, EnergySolutions, AMEC, and Stoller, but do you know the companies they have become?

ETEBA TN invites you to join us for our monthly member meeting on January 25th from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Holiday Inn – Knoxville West on Cedar Bluff. Networking will take place from 5:00 p.m. to 5:45 p.m., followed by a buffet dinner and an introduction from incoming ETEBA Board President Dave Carlson. This meeting will feature guest speakers from the following companies:

APTIM
ATKINS
Huntington Ingalls Industries
Jacobs
Veolia
Wood Group (AMEC)

The meeting will focus on recent mergers and acquisitions of some of our industry’s largest companies and will give ETEBA members information about how to do business with the new company. You might be familiar with CB&I, EnergySolutions, AMEC, and Stoller, but do you know the companies they have become? Come on January 25th to learn how to do business with the new companies, while enjoying networking with your ETEBA colleagues. Cost to attend is $30 for members, $40 for nonmembers.
Register Here Today! Sponsorship is also available for $375 and includes: E-Banner in ETEBA Weekly, Website Recognition, Meeting Spotlight, and an area to display company marketing promotional materials. Click Here to Email a Request to Sponsor this Event!

ETEBA Board Member Announcement January 2018

ETEBA is very pleased to announce that the election for new Board members is completed. We have added four new Board members, and two prior Board members will also be serving second terms.

Two new Board members will represent our Western Chapter. Lena Isaacs, President and Owner of ProcessQM in Los Alamos, and Renee Robinson of Sigma Science in Albuquerque will be joining current Board member Steve Rhutasel of Siemens in representing the west. ETEBA is indebted to, and extends our gratitude and appreciation to Myron Koop of Banda Group International and Kevin Leifheit of Ares Corporation for their service on the Board, and their respective personal and corporate commitments to ETEBA over the years.

New Board members in the east are Bob Eby, Executive Vice President of Navarro Research and Engineering, and Chuck Bernhard of Bernhard Consulting. Pat Hopper of Atkins Nuclear Secured and Marty Gray of Fluor Corporation were elected to second terms on the Board, and we are delighted that Pat Hopper has been elected as the President-elect to serve following our current President Dave Carlson of Huntington Ingalls Industries. Here again ETEBA owes a debt of gratitude to Stephanie Long Neu (past-President) and Mike Wade (Atkins) for their years of service and the many contributions they have made to our organization over the years, and we hope they will continue to be involved with ETEBA through their various committee appointments.

Jenny Freeman of StrataG will be stepping down as President after serving two consecutive years in support of ETEBA’s transition to a new Executive Director, but will stay onboard for another year as past-President. Dave Carlson of Huntington Ingalls Industries steps into the role of President. Jenny’s passion for ETEBA, her long history with our organization, and her wise counsel these past two years have been critical to our successful transition to new leadership. She has maintained a steady hand at the helm, and leaves a stronger foundation for our new President Dave Carlson who brings his own fresh perspective to the role. We are very excited to have him onboard and look forward to working closely with him in the coming year.

Many thanks again to those Board members whose terms have ended, and welcome again to our new Board members. Our 2018 Board is as strong as ever, and we’re looking forward to a very promising year!
See the Complete List of Board Positions and Members Here!

Learn More About ETEBA Membership 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 Quarterly News – Fall 2017

Energy, Technology and Environmental Business Association (ETEBA) Quarterly News for Fall 2017 has been issued. The Fall Quarterly news provides a re-cap of this year’s Business Opportunities Conference, ETEBA Member Company Highlights, Upcoming ETEBA Events information and more.

ETEBA Member Companies Highlighted in this Quarterly include:

AECOM, American Red Cross, Areva, Atkins, Bechtel, Bes Technologies, Boston Government Services (BGS), Centrus, CH2M, Enercon, Fluor, Geosyntec, Global Testing Laboratories, ICE, Jacobs, Longenecker & Associates, LATA, Merrick, Management Solutions LLC, Neptune and Company, Northwind, Phillips & Jordan, Sigma Science, Protection Strategies Incorporated (PSI), Restoration Services, Inc. (RSI), Strata-G, TFE, Unitech, and Veolia

Click Here to View the News

This App is Still available to review any information from the 18th Annual Business Opportunities Conference that was held October 3-5, 2017

The program and attendee list from conference are posted on the ETEBA App. Just download the ETEBA BOC Conference App. Currently available on Apple products via the App Store.



 



Thank You ETEBA Business Opportunities Conference Sponsors 2017

BOC DIAMOND SPONSOR 2017

BOC PLATINUM SPONSORS 2017

BOC GOLD SPONSORS 2017

BOC SILVER SPONSORS 2017

BOC BRONZE SPONSORS 2017

BOC HOSPITALITY SPONSORS 2017

BOC CONTRIBUTOR SPONSORS 2017

Would you like to contribute to the conference? Contact Hannah Short at hannah@eteba.org to see how you can best
contribute to the success of this event.