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ETEBA is pleased to announce the 21st Annual Business Opportunities and Technical Conference, a Virtual Experience! 

One reason ETEBA’s BOTC is going strong after 21 years is the quality and diversity of our speakers. This year, our General Sessions open each day, October 13-15, at 10:00a.m. The Exhibit Hall opens then, too, and remains open throughout the day. Booths will be staffed at designated times through the day.

You can expect to hear from speakers from representative from the Department of Energy’s Environmental Management Program and the Office of Science, TVA, NASA Headquarters, and 5 USACE Districts. EM Primes will be represented, too, along with leads in major NNSA programs. Do you want to learn the latest about current subjects of interest in the DOE Complex that could impact how we do business? Then be sure and participate in our Hot Topics session on Tuesday, October 13, 2:00p.m. Opening up Wednesday, October 14 is the EM Update, a live hour spent with Norbert Doyle and his staff, a long-time special event that DOE’s EMCBC office has generously shared with us.

We are excited about the whole conference, and we hope you are, too! 

Call for Abstracts (Deadline September 4, 2020)

The 2020 Business Opportunities and Technical Conference (BOTC) will offer technical presentations in virtual breakout sessions that will be featured between the business opportunity sessions during the conference. These virtual technical sessions offer an exceptional opportunity to showcase specialized technical expertise and unique technological advances, and to share lessons learned and/or the successful management and completion of technically challenging projects. We encourage ETEBA members, conference participants, and subject matter experts to take this opportunity to share your technical expertise and project successes with your technical peers, potential teaming partners, and most notably, existing or potential clients.

To take advantage of this terrific opportunity, please submit a 200 – 250 word abstract to Paul Preston ( on behalf of the BOTC Technical Review Committee by Friday COB, September 4, 2020! Presenters will be notified if their papers have been accepted by Friday, September 18th. Abstracts will be available to conference participants online following the BOTC.

Presentations must be in Widescreen PowerPoint format, and all videos must be embedded in the presentation. Thirty minutes will be allotted for each presentation including time for Q&A with the virtual audience participants. We encourage you to share this announcement with your technical staff and project managers so that they can take this opportunity to demonstrate your company’s unique technical capabilities and experience to your professional peers, business partners, and clients in this section of the BOTC.


Please submit your abstracts to Paul Preston at by Friday, September 4, to be considered for a presentation. We look forward to seeing you this Fall for ETEBA BOTC 2020!

Thank you to our sponsors!