An advance agenda is now available for the 2020 National Cleanup Workshop that will bring together top Department of Energy officials as well as industry and state, tribal, and local government leaders to discuss progress and opportunities in the EM cleanup mission.
The sixth-annual workshop will be held Sept. 16-17 at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Alexandria, Virginia. The workshop is hosted by the Energy Communities Alliance with the cooperation of EM and the Energy Facility Contractors Group.
Confirmed speakers so far include EM Senior Advisor William “Ike” White, EM Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Todd Shrader, and other EM headquarters and site leaders.
Scheduled sessions will include:
- Highlighting EM Success from Across the Complex;
- Community Partnership Opportunities to Support U.S. Recovery and Growth;
- Ensuring Continued Progress at EM Sites;
- Contracting Update: End-States, Small Business and Opportunities;
- Continuing Acquisition Momentum and Improving Project Performance;
- DOE Priorities;
- Legislative Challenges and Opportunities for the EM Program;
- COVID-19: Lessons Learned from the Road to Fully Resuming Operations;
- Opportunities for Regulatory Success;
- The Path Forward for EM’s Strategic Vision
The advance agenda for the 2020 National Cleanup Workshop can be found here.
More than 800 attendees, including senior DOE executives, congressional leaders, DOE contractors, and state, tribal, and local government leaders, participated in the 2019 workshop — the largest EM-focused gathering in the D.C. area last year. More information on past workshops can be found here.