Critical Infrastructure consists of assets that are essential for the functioning of a society and economy and include facilities for:
President-elect Trump has promised to “transform America’s crumbling infrastructure” with investments in transportation, clean water, a modern and reliable electricity grid, telecommunications, security infrastructure, and other pressing domestic infrastructure needs. During 2017, the Tulsa Post of SAME will investigate many aspects of critical infrastructure including:
Additionally, we will examine Infrastructure Resiliency.
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Topic: State of the Post and 2018 Officer Investiture
Host: Tulsa Post SAME
Open to Large and Small businesses to network and to learn about upcoming opportunities with Tulsa USACE. The event will include briefings from Tulsa District staff and opportunities to meet with Government representatives and other businesses.
Breakout sessions this year:
1) RPEC Update on current and future Environmental Contracts
2) Subcontracting Help - Guidance primarily for Large Businesses on the SB Participation Factor for Source Selection, Subcontracting Plans, Individual Subcontracting reporting in eSRS, Subcontracting Performance in CPARS
3) Mechanical System Integration Requirements
Various levels of sponsorships and registration options are available (see link below).
Post-event at Los Cabos (Owasso)
Online registration open is HERE.
Early Registration ends January 31, 2018
For more information, email Gene Snyman, Small Business Program Manager, or call 918.669.7010
Please note: Up to 1 PDH will be made available and certificate printed at all technical SAME meetings. Presenters will be eligible to receive 3 PDHs. PDHs for some past meetings can be found on the Archives page.
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The Tulsa Post of the Society of American Military Engineers maintains more than 50 sustaining member firms and more than 230 individual members. Tulsa has also been home to the Tulsa District Corps of Engineers for more than 60 years! All of our meetings are open and anyone interested is encouraged to attended our meetings.
The mission of the Society of American Military Engineers is to promote and facilitate engineering support for national security by developing and enhancing relationships and competencies among uniformed services, public and private sector engineers.