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In Recognition of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month


Members of Cincinnati Kung Fu demonstrate marital arts at the EMCBC in observance of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

National Science Bowl


Centerville High School of Dayton, OH won the 25th Annual Greater Cincinnati Regional Competition, one of seventy Regional competitions in the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Science Bowl for high school students held Saturday, February 27, 2016 at Cincinnati Technical and Community College. The winning team advances to Washington, DC, to compete against other regional winners in the National Finals of DOE's National Science Bowl April 28 - May 2, 2016. Paul Laurence Dunbar from Lexington, KY finished second, and DuPont Manual from Louisville, KY finished third.



On March 30, the CBC hosted a visit from David M. Klaus, DOE's Deputy Undersecretary for Management and Performance (S-3). Mr. Klaus functions as the Chief Operating Officer of the Department, and has responsibility for its primary mission support organizations, including: human capital; information technology; procurement and project management; and facilities. He also oversees the Office of Environmental Management (EM) and the Office of Legacy Management (LM). Secretary Moniz established the S-3 organization as a key element in his overall strategy to improve DOE project performance, and to consolidate responsibility for support functions critical to Departmental success.

During his visit to Cincinnati, Mr. Klaus visited the EMCBC, the HR Service Center, and the Fernald site. This was his first trip to the Cincinnati area to visit some of the facilities under his responsibility. He held interactive sessions with staff at all DOE locations in Cincinnati, and very much enjoyed meeting and learning more about each organizations' specific mission.



On March 30, the CBC hosted a visit from David M. Klaus, DOE's Deputy Undersecretary for Management and Performance (S-3). Mr. Klaus functions as the Chief Operating Officer of the Department, and has responsibility for its primary mission support organizations, including: human capital; information technology; procurement and project management; and facilities. He also oversees the Office of Environmental Management (EM) and the Office of Legacy Management (LM). Secretary Moniz established the S-3 organization as a key element in his overall strategy to improve DOE project performance, and to consolidate responsibility for support functions critical to Departmental success.

During his visit to Cincinnati, Mr. Klaus visited the EMCBC, the HR Service Center, and the Fernald site. This was his first trip to the Cincinnati area to visit some of the facilities under his responsibility. He held interactive sessions with staff at all DOE locations in Cincinnati, and very much enjoyed meeting and learning more about each organizations' specific mission.



On March 30, the CBC hosted a visit from David M. Klaus, DOE's Deputy Undersecretary for Management and Performance (S-3). Mr. Klaus functions as the Chief Operating Officer of the Department, and has responsibility for its primary mission support organizations, including: human capital; information technology; procurement and project management; and facilities. He also oversees the Office of Environmental Management (EM) and the Office of Legacy Management (LM). Secretary Moniz established the S-3 organization as a key element in his overall strategy to improve DOE project performance, and to consolidate responsibility for support functions critical to Departmental success.

During his visit to Cincinnati, Mr. Klaus visited the EMCBC, the HR Service Center, and the Fernald site. This was his first trip to the Cincinnati area to visit some of the facilities under his responsibility. He held interactive sessions with staff at all DOE locations in Cincinnati, and very much enjoyed meeting and learning more about each organizations' specific mission.

Mission and Vision

Mission

To provide an integrated services center with a valued, dedicated and well-trained staff to execute exemplary core business and technical services that are focused on the safe, compliant and efficient execution of EM activities at supported sites.

Vision

To be a premier DOE mission execution and integrated business solutions center by bringing a strategic perspective to develop forward-looking, results-oriented solutions for the safe and compliant execution of the EM mission.

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