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Oak Ridge National Laboratory provides contracting opportunities for small and disadvantaged businesses. If your business can provide quality products and services on time and within budget, we want to talk to you!

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New Approach to Staff Augmentation Explained

Please see the attachment for a detailed explanation of ORNL's new approach to staff augmentation subcontracts.



Supplier Meetings: Staffing Basic Ordering Agreements (BOAs)

Pre-Solicitation Meeting – ITFebruary 17, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

A recording of the meeting is here.

Meeting registration list:


Pre-Solicitation Meeting – Project Management & Business February 16, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

A recording of the meeting is here.

Meeting registration list:



Pre-Proposal Conference – Project Management & BusinessTBD

Pre-Proposal Conference – ITTBD


Registration is HERE for the Project Management & Business Meetings (both the Pre-Solicitation Meeting and the Pre-Proposal Conference).

Registration is HERE for the IT Meetings (both the Pre-Solicitation Meeting and the Pre-Proposal Conference).

*Upon registering, you will receive an email with calendar invitations for the meetings. Click on the calendar invitation in the email to add the meetings to your calendar. A Microsoft Teams meeting link will be included.


ORNL Community Outreach Meeting: Updated Staffing Strategy

This meeting was held on February 4, 2021.

Please see the Questions & Answers from this meeting for more detailed information.


A recording of the meeting is here.

Meeting presentation:



DOE Fall Virtual Small Business Outreach Event

Speaker presentations from this November 10, 2020, event can be found HERE.


Fraudulent Email Alert

If you believe you have received a fraudulent email that appears to be from UT-Battelle, LLC, please forward the message to in order to verify its legitimacy before responding to the email or fulfilling the order. UT-B will not be responsible for invoices for products ordered under this scam.

Suppliers should also contact their local law enforcement if they suspect that they are a victim of this scam. If you have received confirmation that the email is fraudulent, you may also file a complaint directly with the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) at The IC3 is a partnership between the FBI and National White Collar Crime Center.