For those small businesses working with the U.S. Department of Energy or looking to break in to support the varied missions of this important Federal agency, the opportunity to attend this upcoming event is certain to draw a lot of interest.

Registration is now open for this conference, hosted by the DOE Office of the Chief Information Officer next month, with an agenda crafted to advance innovation and cyber priorities in a way that dovetails with the Secretary’s goals for combating the climate crisis, creating clean energy union jobs, and promoting energy justice. (More here).

Two recommended pieces of homework in advance of the meetings: 1) make sure to review the latest DOE Acquisition Forecasts (found here) so you can formulate some questions and 2) to support teaming for those large and small Primes in attendance, check out the list below of the most-viewed small business company profiles (under $30M average annual revenue) for DOE over the last quarter on the OrangeSlices.ai GovCon partner identification platform.

We will not speculate here as to why these specific firms are drawing the most eyeballs, but you can contact us here if you would like to receive our tip/cheat sheet outlining why some companies seem to gain more or less attention and/or if you want to make sure your company is added to the directory.

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