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Upcoming Friday Programs

All meetings occur from 7:30-8:30 a.m. in the UT Outreach Center unless otherwise noted.
March 6 - Randy Boyd, University of Tennessee

March 13 - Congressman Chuck Fleischmann, TN-3rd District

March 20 - Jim Evans, McGhee Tyson Airport

March 27 - Board of Directors
(All members and guests are welcome to attend these meetings which typically include brief updates on the federal government’s missions in East Tennessee (Environmental Management; Office of Science; National Security; etc.)
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Events

Mar 5 - TAEBC’s Annual Meeting 2020
Mar 5 - TSBDC: Social Media Marketing
Mar 8-12 - WM2020: 46th Annual Waste Management Symposium
Mar 10 - TSBDC: Preparing an Incurred Cost Submission
Mar 11 - Anderson Co. Young Prof: Networking Coffee
Mar 20 - TSBDC: Small Business Start-Up Seminar
Mar 24 - KTech: Women in Tech Happy Hour
Mar 31 - ETEC After Hours

Apr 2 - Vistage: Knoxville Executive Forum
Apr 7 - NCMA: National Education Seminar – Contract Compliance
Apr 8 - UTRF: Alumni Startup Showcase
Apr 12-13 - Baker Center: Data Science in the Energy Sector
Apr 14 - TSBDC: How to do business with the government
Apr 21 - TSBDC: Preparing an Incurred Cost Submission
Apr 23 - TSBDC: Small business start-up seminar
Apr 24 - TSBDC: Small Business Start-Up Seminar
Apr 27-May 1 - SafetyFest TN 2020

ETEC After Hours Event

Mark your calendars for the next ETEC After Hours!

Tuesday, March 31, 2020
5:00-6:30 p.m.
Room 147 of the Joint Institute for Advanced Materials (JIAM) Building
University of Tennessee Research Park at Cherokee Farm.

Sponsored by TechmerPM, the event will include beer, wine, and snacks. Come for networking and to hear an update from Tom Rogers and Alan Liby about the UT Research Park and the Joint Institute for Advanced Materials.

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News

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Legislation Gives Big Boost to Advanced Nuclear Reactors

U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander released a statement after the Senate voted 84-3 to begin consideration of a comprehensive bipartisan energy bill that would help lower energy costs and unleash an abundance of clean, cheap, reliable energy.
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Administration Plans to Give a Boost to Uranium Producers

Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette said the Trump administration plans to give a boost to the uranium industry, which it has repeatedly tried to help. Brouillette responded “yes” to a question from Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) about whether the administration is “prepared to provide immediate relief for the uranium producers.”
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ORNL Gives Large Vehicles a Fuel Savings Green Light

Large trucks lumbering through congested cities could become more fuel-efficient simply by not having to stop at so many traffic lights. A proof-of-concept study by ORNL shows promise of a potential new system to direct traffic lights to keep less-efficient vehicles moving and reduce fuel consumption.
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K-25 History Center to Preserve Site’s Rich History

Hundreds of community members and former workers attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new K-25 History Center. DOE’s OREM and its contractor UCOR hosted the grand opening for the history center, located next to the original foundation for the K-25 Building.
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Perma-Fix Expands LLRW Processing and Treatment Capability

Perma-Fix Environmental Services, Inc. announced the expansion of its Low-Level Radioactive Waste (LLRW) processing and treatment capacity through the addition of a highly specialized facility located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The Perma-Fix Environmental Waste Operations Center is an 8.7-acre facility located at ETTP.
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Bechtel Recognizes Colleagues for Their Commitment to Local Communities

Bechtel thanked colleagues at the company’s affiliated government and nuclear projects for donating more than $5.6 million in 2019. These efforts included fundraising for charities, toy and food drives, walks supporting a variety of causes and countless volunteer hours supporting our local communities across all projects.
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New Member

ETEC welcomes IB3 Global Solutions as a new member.

IB3 offers top-tier solutions with a diverse breadth of services in Nuclear Security Operations, Non-proliferation & Counter-proliferation, CBRN Detection, Training & Exercise Support, and Material Recovery Missions. Founded in 2012 and with headquarters in Oak Ridge, IB3 Global now projects a worldwide footprint applying solutions to complex missions.
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Meeting Sponsor

Thank you to Ts117 Modern Coworking for sponsoring the Friday morning meetings in March.
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Openings for Breakfast Meeting Sponsors

Reservations are now being taken to sponsor a month of ETEC breakfast meetings in 2020. Meeting sponsorships are $750.00 and include the following benefits. These go quickly and are first-come, first-serve.
  • Opportunity to speak about your business (3-5 minutes) at one meeting
  • Verbal recognition of sponsorship by the ETEC Chairperson at 3-4 weekly meetings
  • Signage with logo at breakfast table at 3-4 weekly meetings
  • Logo advertisements with link to your website in 4 weekly newsletters
  • Logo with link to your website on the Weekly Breakfast Meetings page of the ETEC website
To register, click here.

Membership Information

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• To learn more about ETEC and the Friday morning meetings, visit the website.
• To join the Council, please submit a membership application.

Already a Member . . .

• To inquire about the status of your membership, email Tracy
• To pay dues by credit card, please click here to pay online.
• To update your company profile, please submit a member information update form.
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