Exelon is pleased to host the 19th annual configuration management benchmarking group conference in the chicago area june 24 -27, 2012

The 19th Annual CMBG Conference
The Westin Lombard Yorktown Center
June 24-27, 2012
Chicago, IL
April 6, 2012 (2nd announcement)
The deadline to register for the 19th annual Configuration Management Benchmarking Group Conference in Chicago, IL, June 24-27, 2012 will be here soon. If you plan to attend, please take a few minutes now to register for the conference and make travel arrangements. The conference is a great way to meet and share important information and experiences with other Configuration Management practitioners throughout the nuclear industry and government nuclear facilities. The theme of this year’s conference is “Don’t get blown away by CM issues”. You can visit the CMBG website atfor information about this and past conferences. As in the past, this year’s agenda is filled with timely topics of true relevance to successful implementation of Configuration Management in our industry. If you haven’t attended a CMBG conference before, you should make plans to attend this important event. Your participation and knowledge sharing will add significant value to the conference and allow you to learn many of the best industry practices in this area. The conference begins Sunday evening and ends at noon on Wednesday. A preliminary conference agenda has been established to include the following:
 INPO Perspective on CM Performance  Temporary Configuration Change  Vogtle 3&4 Commercial Facility Turnover & Information Handover Lessons Learned  New Nuclear Power Plant Configuration Information Management – Transition to the  Bruce Plant - CM Reconstitution  NRC Expectations for CM under 10CFR52  Vendor Perspective: Their Procedures or Our Procedures  Introduction to EPRI Plant Information Model (PIM)  Vendor / Contractor Design Product Quality  2013 Conference Preview  Audience participation Discussion - Conference Wrap Up & Take Away  External to Industry CM
 Configuration Management Lessons Learned & Information Handover  Margin Management  Developing CM Programs for New Build  Temporary Changes  Development of Nuclear CM Information Technology (IT) Systems  Switchyard Configuration Control  CM for Digital and Digital Upgrades  Vendor Design Product  Configuration Management for Unattended Openings  Facility Configuration Information (FCI) Backlog Reduction  Vendor Perspective: Their Procedures or Our Procedures
The conference registration fee is only $250. This includes a welcoming reception on Sunday evening, breakfast, lunch and refreshments daily and a social event Monday evening at You can register for the conference and your hotel room at the CMBG website:
Hotel Reservations
The CMBG rate is $139.00 per night for guest rooms. The reservation cutoff date is June 3, 2012.
After this date, reservations will be accepted as available and will be at the hotel’s normal rates.
You can register using the link at the CMBG websi
or by calling the Westin Lombard Yorktown Center directly at 630-719-8000 or call their toll free
number at 888-627-9031. Please specify that you are attending the “Configuration Management
Benchmarking Group (CMBG) Conference”, to get the conference rate.
This announcement is being distributed to CM practitioners listed on the CMBG database. If you are not the appropriate individual to attend this event, please forward this mailing to the person(s) responsible for CM at your facility. If you would like to be removed from this mailing list, please go and submit the change to the Contacts database, or email your request to We look forward to seeing you in the Chicago area this June. If you have questions, or would like more information about the conference, please contact me. Mike Hayes 630-657-3849

Source: http://www.cmbg.org/2012info/2ndAnnouncement.pdf


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