“We’re thrilled to be joined by these prominent DOE speakers for the RadWaste Summit,” said Nancy Berlin, Program Director, ExchangeMonitor Forums. “2019 is shaping up to be an interesting time for the radioactive waste community, and it’s more imperative than ever for industry leaders to connect.”
ROCKVILLE, Md. (PRWEB) May 15, 2019
The 2019 RadWaste Summit will explore the theme Shifting Priorities for U.S. Radioactive Waste Management at the 13th annual Summit this September in Henderson, NV. As the radioactive waste industry continues to dynamically change, it’s imperative for industry leaders to come together and discuss challenges and solutions to the management and disposition of radioactive waste.
Anne Marie White, Assistant Secretary for Environmental Management, United States Department of Energy (DOE), has been confirmed as a keynote speaker for the 2019 RadWaste Summit, taking place September 3-5, 2019 in Henderson, NV. Tamara L. Miles, Federal Procurement Director at the DOE, has also been confirmed as a speaker.
As Assistant Secretary for Environmental Management at the U.S. DOE, Anne Marie White provides strategic executive leadership and oversight for the cleanup of contaminated nuclear weapons manufacturing and testing sites across the United States to support the Department of Energy’s mission for addressing environmental and nuclear challenges.
Tamara L. Miles, who has nearly 20 years of contracting experience, oversees the acquisition and management of multi-million dollar environmental clean-up contracts nationwide. She now serves as the Federal Procurement Director at the DOE Environmental Management Consolidated Business Center.
In addition to hearing from Ms. White and Ms. Miles, attendees will be part of the following discussions:
- Program Perspectives from the Office of Environmental Management
- New Procurement Initiatives and its Benefit for All Stakeholders
- Budget and Legislative Outlook
- Nuclear Regulatory Commission Updates
- State/Local Level Involvement and Community Outreach
- DOE EM’s Mercury Challenge for Decontamination and Decommissioning at Oak Ridge
- Consolidated Interim Storage
- Office of Nuclear Energy update for current waste work
- Tribal Strategies and Opportunities in Radioactive Waste Management
- Recent Developments in High-Level Waste Transportation
- Savannah River Site case study: Workforce Training/Retention/Recruitment
- …and more!
“We’re thrilled to be joined by these prominent DOE speakers, Ms. White and Ms. Miles, as speakers for the 2019 RadWaste Summit,” said Nancy Berlin, Program Director, ExchangeMonitor Forums. “2019 is already shaping up to be an interesting time for the radioactive waste community, and it’s more imperative than ever for industry leaders to connect on how to move forward. I’m looking forward to some great discussions this September as sparked by our speakers.”
Of the course of three days, more than 350 industry and government attendees will come together to discuss the challenges and solutions to the management and disposition of radioactive waste. It’s the must-attend event for waste managers, program managers, environmental specialists, the c-suite, scientists and more to network, get high-level updates and connect on business opportunities.
The 2019 RadWaste Summit will take place September 3-5 at the Green Valley Ranch Resort in Henderson, NV. Attendees from the following organizations have already secured their spot: Bragg Nuclear Group, Camfil, Fluor, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Huntington Ingalls Industries, the National Nuclear Security Administration, VNS Federal Services, Veolia Nuclear Solutions, TechSource, Transco Products Inc., and more.
Register before May 24 at the early bird rate to save up to $400 off the regular rate! To learn more and to register, visit http://www.radwastesummit.com.
About ExchangeMonitor, a division of Access Intelligence, LLC
ExchangeMonitor Publications & Forums publishes professional newsletters and creates, manages and sponsors forums, colloquiums and workshops to facilitate an exchange of views and information on critical programs and policies. Areas of focus include: the Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management and the cleanup of the nuclear legacy of the Manhattan Project and the Cold War; the National Nuclear Security Administrative and the current U.S. nuclear weapons complex; and the commercial radioactive waste industry.