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  • ARPA-E Unveils $100M Energy Tech R&D Funding Opportunity for 2018 - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    ARPA-E Unveils $100M Energy Tech R&D Funding Opportunity for 2018

    The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy has started to accept applications for up to $100 million in grant funds to research and develop energy technology platforms. ARPA-E’s OPEN 2018 funding opportunity will support innovators who aim to help transform U.S. energy infrastructure with technology, the Energy Department said Wednesday. “We are asking American energy entrepreneurs and researchers to […] More

  • Energy Dept Picks 21 Companies for Energy Savings Performance Contracts - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Energy Dept Picks 21 Companies for Energy Savings Performance Contracts

    The Energy Department has awarded energy savings performance contracts to 21 companies to help update energy and water infrastructure at federal facilities. DOE said Friday contractors will design, construct, install and provide financing support to energy and water savings projects of federal agencies under the ESPCs. ESPCs will not require initial costs from agencies and contractors will be paid over the term of the […] More

  • DOE's National Labs to Collaborate With 38 Small Businesses on Energy Tech Projects - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    DOE’s National Labs to Collaborate With 38 Small Businesses on Energy Tech Projects

    The Energy Department has identified 38 small businesses that will partner with national laboratories to address technology challenges associated with the development of advanced energy systems. DOE said Friday the Small Business Vouchers program offers competitively-selected small businesses access to intellectual and technical resources at national laboratories. Eight laboratories will receive funds to support the partnership program, DOE added. “Small businesses […] More

  • Rick Perry Helps CGI Break Ground on New Texas IT Center; George Schindler Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Rick Perry Helps CGI Break Ground on New Texas IT Center; George Schindler Comments

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry joined CGI to break ground for the company’s Belton, Texas-based information technology services delivery facility. The company said it is investing $7 million to build the 40,000-square-foot Onshore IT Services Delivery Center and received a $180,924 grant from the Texas Skills Development Fund Grant. CGI President of U.S. Operations George Schindler said the center will create […] More

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