NLIT RESCHEDULED TO OCTOBER 2020
After careful consideration, the NLIT Society Board, representatives from the 2020 host labs and FBC have decided to move NLIT 2020 to a 100% virtual format. We look forward to the NLIT Summit event every year for collaboration across the enterprise and our industry partners. In order to properly implement a platform that will retain the feel of a live summit and produce maximum engagement among industry and lab attendees, the event will be moved to October, exact dates to be determined. If you have submitted an abstract to present the committee will be in touch soon with additional details. If you are a registered attendee, exhibitor, or sponsor your registration will automatically transfer to the new format. All industry supporters will be contacted soon by your FBC representative to discuss additional details regarding the virtual platform and plans for engagement. We are enthusiastic about this year’s event and look forward to ‘seeing’ you for NLIT 2020.
We appreciate your patience in these unprecedented times and look forward to your continued support of NLIT 2020.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
The NLIT Summit is sponsored by the NLIT Society, a professional society founded
to facilitate the exchange of best practices and ideas between IT professionals
within the DOE complex, strengthen the IT infrastructure, and reduce costs within
the DOE laboratory system. The Summit facilitates sharing information regarding
all aspects of IT operations, technology, policies, and practices in support of
research conducted at the Laboratories. It is open to all personnel in the IT field
working at Laboratories and Plants affiliated with government funded activities,
as well as Federal government employees in the IT field that work at agencies associated
with the participating Laboratories.
The Summit consists of presentations, Community of Interest Network (COIN) collaboration
sessions, panel discussions, tutorials, and technology demonstrations on a variety
of topics of current interest to the IT community within DOE. There is an emphasis
on providing opportunities for active participation and networking between attendees.
Best practices, strategies, methodologies, implementations, lessons learned, innovative
solutions, and emerging topics within the DOE community are shared during the Summit’s
many sessions and events.