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The 2016 Congressional Budget Request for the DOE is $29.9 Billion, all of which is discretionary funding.  Stated goals are to accelerate clean energy innovation and continue to fund research into all sources of energy as well as invest nearly $13 Billion into nuclear security.  
In FY2016 to date, they have awarded $11 Billion in 5,800 transactions.  Many of the funds are earmarked to operations of facilities, R&D and construction.  

In Part 1 of this series, you will learn about: 
  • DOE Organization and Functions
  • Locations and Budgets
  • Contracting Structure
  • Evolution of DOE’s Contracting Practices
  • Major Facility Contractors
  • What to Expect as a DOE Contractor
 This program is not available for CLE, CPE, CLP or other credits as a live program.
About Our Presenter ...
Thomas Reynolds

Thomas Reynolds is currently an advisor/consultant to a major Department of Energy (DOE) contractor on all matters related to the company’s Federal Government contracts.  After retiring from the Federal Government he was an independent contracting consultant for nine years providing guidance and assistance directly to DOE and DOE’s contractors.  He was also a training instructor to DOE personnel on Federal contracting.

Thomas worked for the Federal Government for 33 years, 23 years with DOE and 10 years with DOD, primarily as an operational level contracting officer handling all aspects of contract solicitation, cost/price analysis, award and administration including claims and disputes, and contract terminations.  Based upon his breadth of experience and expert knowledge of Federal and DOE contracting regulations, he was selected as a Senior Procurement Analyst with DOE Headquarters for his last two years of service.

EDUCATION

Thomas has a B.A. in Economics from Clemson University and possessed a Level III Federal Acquisition Certification in DOE Contracting and Financial Assistance.