Tag Archives: University of Tennessee

25 Public, Private Sector Leaders Named to American Workforce Policy Advisory Board

Twenty-five representatives from the public and private sectors have been appointed to serve on a new board that will develop strategies to improve the state of the U.S. workforce. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Ivanka Trump, adviser to the president, co-chair the recently created American Workforce Policy Advisory Board, the Department of Commerce said Wednesday.
 

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Esri to Offer DOE Lab Access to Spatial Analysis Tools via Enterprise Agreement

Esri is poised to sign an enterprise agreement with an Energy Department-funded laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, to provide some federal research and development projects access to the company’s geographic information system. DOE’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory can leverage a full set of ArcGIS-based spatial analysis tools and add licenses on an as-needed basis as part of …

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Centrus to Help Update American Centrifuge Uranium Enrichment Tech

Centrus Energy has received a one-year, $25 million contract from a Battelle-University of Tennessee partnership to support the advancement of U.S. gas centrifuge uranium enrichment technology. Centrus said Thursday it will engineer and test the American Centrifuge technology under the follow-on contract with UT-Battelle in efforts to help address the country’s future national and energy security requirements. UT-Battelle …

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CH2M Hill Names Michael Rogers VP of Business Development Director

  CH2M Hill recently announced it has named Michael Rogers vice president of business development director for Global Design-Build. Rogers’ responsibilities include strategic account management and business development activities focusing on the design-build market for government clients within the U.S and globally. Prior to this current role, Rogers worked for …

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