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Page 93 A Presentations to the Committee Washington, D.C., March 16-17, 2000 Overview of the Environmental Management Cleanup Mission, Gerald Boyd, DOE Office of Environmental Management (EM) Description of the EM Science Program (EMSP), Roland Hirsch, DOE Office of Energy Research (ER), and Mark Gilbertson, DOE-EM Statement of Task and Needs of the Sponsor, Mark Gilbertson, DOE-EM Overview of the Deactivation and Decommissioning Focus Area (DDFA), Paul Hart, National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) Site Needs and Research Opportunities, Paul Hart, NETL Program Coordination, Mary McCune, DOE-EM Richland, Washington, May 24-25,2000 Presentations during the Hanford Site tour: General Site Information, Kim Koegler, Bechtel Hanford Site Decommissioning Projects, Mark Morton, Bechtel Hanford K-Basins, Larry Mc Daniel, Bechtel Fluor Hanford B-Reactor, B Reactor Museum Association Surveillance/Maintenance and Transition Projects, Bob Egge, Bechtel Hanford Canyon Disposition Initiative and 221-U, Gary MacFarlan, Bechtel Hanford Plutonium Finishing Plant, Mark Gibson, Bechtel Fluor Hanford 233-S Plutonium Concentration Facility Decommissioning Project, Allan Chaloupka, Bechtel Hanford 324 Hot Cells, Tim Erickson, Bechtel Fluor Hanford

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Page 94 Presentations at the hotel meeting room: Future Deactivation and Decommissioning (D&D) Challenges at Hanford, John Sands, DOE-Richland Operations Office Brownfield Plans for the 300 Area, Jay Augustenborg, DOE-Richland Operations Office D&D Programs and Perspectives at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), Richard Brouns, PNNL Future D&D Challenges at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL), Dick Meservy, INEEL Future D&D Challenges at the Savannah River Site, Ed Stevens, Savannah River Technology Center Perspectives and Concerns of the Hanford Advisory Board (HAB), Harold Heacock, HAB D&D Summary from the National EMSP Workshop, Bob Bedick, NETL Oak Ridge, Tennessee, June 26-27,2000 Presentations during the Oak Ridge Site tour: East Tennessee Technology Park and K-33 Building, Jack Howard, DOE-Oak Ridge Operations Office; Jim McAnally, Danny Nichols, and Ricky Miles, BNFL, Inc., Oak Ridge Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Research Reactor, Jim Blair, Bechtel-Jacobs Y-12 Isotope Separations, Don Sparkman, Bechtel-Jacobs Presentations at hotel meeting room: ORNL D&D Program, Jim Blair, Bechtel-Jacobs East Tennessee Technology Park D&D Overview, Gary Person, Bechtel-Jacobs Oak Ridge Operations Site Technology Coordinating Group, Paula Kirk, Bechtel-Jacobs Views from the DDFA Lead Laboratory, Dennis Haley, ORNL Robotics and Remote Systems, Dennis Haley, ORNL Views of the Oak Ridge Citizens Advisory Board, William Pardue, Oak Ridge Site Specific Advisory Board International D&D Research Perspective, Shankar Menon, Nyköping, Sweden

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Page 95 Westminster, Colorado, August 23-24, 2000 Presentations at the Rocky Flats visitors center: Rocky Flats Closure Overview, Tom Lukow, DOE-Rocky Flats Field Office Rocky Flats Closure Baseline, Nancy Tuor, Kaiser-Hill Decommissioning and Demolition Technology Deployment, Jeff Stevens, Kaiser-Hill Comments by Rocky Flats Citizens Advisory Board, Gerald DePoorter, Rocky Flats Citizens Advisory Board Presentation during Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site tour: Former Plutonium Recovery Building 771, Joe Springer, DOE-Rocky Flats Field Office Presentation at the hotel meeting room: Fort St. Vrain Reactor Decommissioning, Mike Holmes, Utility Engineering Washington, D.C., October 19, 2000 U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC) Programs Relevant to D&D, Bill Ott, USNRC Overview of DOE Environmental Management Advisory Board (EMAB) Functions Relevant to EMSP D&D, Ed Berkey, EMAB DOE Office of Science Low Dose Program, David Thomassen DOE-SC Comments from the Sponsor, Mark Gilbertson, DOE-EM

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