2022 DOE Cybersecurity and Technology Innovation Conference
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June 13-16, 2022 | Portland, OR


The DOE Cybersecurity and Technology Innovation Conference is an annual capstone event designed to strengthen relationships, expand upon cybersecurity and innovation strategies and tactics with our geographically dispersed partners, provide development opportunities and promote a diverse workforce by sharing best practices and lessons learned. The agenda is being crafted to advance innovation and cyber priorities in a way that dovetails with the Secretary’s goals of combating the climate crisis, creating clean energy union jobs, and promoting energy justice.

To protect the health and safety of all conference attendees, the 2022 conference will be a hybrid event consisting of both in-person and virtual attendance.
Virtual attendance will be accessible via an online platform which will include live streaming of all plenary and track sessions, as well as access to view the exhibitor booth information.
All attendees – whether virtual or in-person – must register for the conference. A week prior to the conference, both virtual and in-person attendees will receive directions on how to access our interactive online platform.
Virtual attendees: Utilize the platform to access live streaming of all plenary and track sessions and view exhibitor booth information.
In-person attendees: Utilize the platform on-site to view the interactive agenda and event information.

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COVID-19 Protocols

In compliance with recently updated federal guidance (Visitors | Safer Federal Workforce), we are required to request information on vaccination status for conference participants in areas where COVID-19 Community Levels are Medium or High. Currently, Multnomah County in Oregon is trending Medium. Thus, we request that upon registration you:

1. Show proof of full vaccination (2 doses of Pfizer or Moderna, 1 dose of Johnson and Johnson), or
2. Sign a Certification of Vaccination indicating that you are fully vaccinated, or
3. Show proof of a negative covid test that was administered within the past 72 hours.

The conference organizers will not be collecting or retaining any vaccination documentation.

In addition, if the COVID-19 Community Levels go to High, masks will be required for all participants.

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