Annual Small Business Seminar and Matchmaking Event

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is committed to ensuring that small businesses have the maximum practicable prime and subcontract opportunities in support of agency mission operations. Support extends the entire portfolio of Federal small business programs, including businesses owned by the disadvantaged, women, veterans, service-disabled veterans, and companies located in Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZones). The NRC's Small Business Program aids, counsels, and assists small businesses interested in providing products and services to the agency in support of mission operations. In particular, the Small Business Program hosts and delivers in collaboration with the agency's Acquisition Management Division, Office of the General Counsel, and the major technical program offices, an Annual Small Business Seminar and Matchmaking Event (Seminar) on how to conduct business with the agency. This seminar is planned for the third Wednesday in June in Rockville, Maryland and is available through web-streaming services.

Our Public Meetings and Involvement page and NUREG/BR-0215, "Public Involvement in the Regulatory Process," provide general information about the available opportunities for public involvement in NRC activities. To learn more about the NRC's meeting process and opportunities to participate, see About Public Meetings and Frequently Asked Questions About Public Meetings.

For more specific information on upcoming meetings, see the NRC's Public Meeting Schedule and Conferences and Symposia, which provide notices, agendas, and other information about Quarterly Business Seminars, as well as Commission, Advisory Committee, and staff meetings. Alternatively, small business representatives who do not have access to the Internet can contact the staff of the NRC's Public Document Room for information about scheduled meetings.

Page Last Reviewed/Updated Wednesday, July 08, 2020