ETEBA TN Membership Meeting with CNS this Thursday May 25th
ETEBA TN invites you to join us for our monthly membership meeting on May 25th from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Calhoun’s in Oak Ridge. Our featured guest speaker for the luncheon will be Cindy Morgan, Senior Supply Chain Manager with CNS. Ms. Morgan will speak about the Y-12 Spend Impact to the Local Community and New Business Opportunities. Cost to attend is $30 for members, $45 for nonmembers.
Sign up to Attend this Month’s Meeting HERE! This meeting has been sponsored by GEM Technologies and Pinnacle Specialty Group, Inc.
About Our Featured Speaker
Cindy Morgan is the senior manager of Procurement Operations for Consolidated Nuclear Security, LLC, which is responsible for the management and operation of the Pantex Plant in Amarillo, Texas, and the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. In this role, she oversees the procurement and subcontracting operations at both sites. She provides leadership and direction to a team of 35 geographically dispersed supply chain professionals in all purchasing related functions, including the sourcing, negotiating, and contracting for the manufacturing sites. She is focused on integrating processes, cost efficiencies, and talent development. Before joining CNS in 2016, Morgan was the senior subcontract manager for Lockheed Martin’s Aeronautics division. There, she led 50 supply chain professionals in the acquisition of production inventory and facilities and operations support procurements. She provided strategy and direction to three procurement locations with more than $1 billion in spending, utilizing processes compliant with the Federal Acquisitions Regulations. She also was the procurement manager for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, with 13 employees and an annual budget of more than $750 million. Morgan began her career as a buyer and has held various roles with in-creased scope and responsibly levels within Motorola, Parker Hannifin, HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital, and Tandy Corporation. Ms.Morgan holds a B.A. in business management from Texas Wesleyan University and an M.S. in engineering management from Southern Methodist University. She also holds accreditations from the Institute of Supply Management as a Certified Purchasing Manager and Accredited Purchasing Practitioner.
ETEBA Federal Opportunities Forum Survey and Presentations
Thank you for joining us in Aiken, SC for the Federal Business Opportunities Forum. We appreciate our sponsors and participants from this event.
We hope that you will take a moment to complete a brief survey so that we can determine the effectiveness of the forum at the following link:
The 1-Day Federal Business Opportunities Forum held by ETEBA on April 19th focused on upcoming procurement opportunities within the DOE Complex and with the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) in the South Atlantic Division. Over the course of the day, Forum participants heard senior management and procurement personnel from the Savannah River Site and elsewhere in the DOE complex provide updates on upcoming procurement opportunities and forecasts at both the prime and subcontracting levels. Likewise, contracting specialists from the USACE South Atlantic Division presented detailed procurement forecasts for the coming year. Following these panels, an afternoon reception was held for Forum participants to meet directly with procurement representatives to learn more about doing business with these agencies.
The Forum PRESENTATIONS ARE AVAILABLE HERE and are passcode protected. You will receive an email from our staff if you attended the forum or are an ETEBA member. If you do not receive the passcode please contact Hannah@eteba.org.
ETEBA Quarterly News – Spring 2017
Energy, Technology and Environmental Business Association (ETEBA) has been actively participating in several industry related events. In March we attended the Waste Management Symposia and started gearing up for the ETEBA Federal Business Opportunities Forum held in Aiken, SC in April. We also recently hosted an annual golf tournament in Santa Fe, NM to raise scholarship funds for local colleges. April 5th ETEBA attended the Washington, D.C. House Nuclear Cleanup Caucus and supported issues related to cleanup efforts across the DOE complex. ETEBA also spent some time meeting with members of Congress following the event. Since the start of the year ETEBA has also held numerous meetings on a variety of topics including waste disposal in Oak Ridge and ORNL small business outreach; manufacturing in the Eastern region; and NNSA acquisition updates in NM. ETEBA’s largest event of the year, the Business Opportunities Conference is also approaching quickly and is only a few months away to be held October 3-5, 2017.
Read more about ETEBA events, industry events of note, and member highlights HERE…
Registration is Now Open for ETEBA’s 18th Annual Business Opportunities Conference October 3-5, 2017
Sign up Here to Register to Attend, Sponsor and Or Exhibit.
View a 1 Page Sneak Peek at this Year’s Conference Prospectus Here!
The ETEBA Business Opportunities Conference (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.
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.
ETEBA Meeting Presentation 3.23.17 – In Case You Missed It
In case you missed last 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 now available for just $350 and is an excellent way to advertise your company services. For More information contact Hannah via email here!