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After COVID, contractors ‘starved’ for DOE facetime
The free flow of information through on-site, in-person Department of Energy industry days, coupled with one-on-one meetings, are invaluable to contractors seeking work in the weapons complex, industry representatives said Thursday. “The more interaction you can have … that gets away from boilerplate information,” greatly benefits to contractors, said Thomas Mooney, business development director for Parsons. He made the remarks during DOE’s first “Reverse Industry Day.” Virtual industry days, which became common with DOE’s Office of Environmental Management during the COVID-19 pandemic, can sometimes be helpful, Mooney said. But not if the feds stick with generic slides about the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, for example, and fail…
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