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Marine Ferry Services RFP
NADO seeks proposals from qualified vendors for consulting planning services to be provided to a region of Alaska as part of a publicly funded research project. All responses to this opportunity should be submitted electronically to Proposals must be submitted by Thursday, June 15 2023. Download the Full RFP here.

Mariculture Processing Incubator Facility on POW Business Planning Services
Southeast Conference (SEC) is inviting proposals from firms qualified to provide business planning services supporting development of a Mariculture Community Processing Incubator facility on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. Proposals must be submitted by Monday, June 19 at 5:00PM Alaska Time. Download the Full RFP here.

Mariculture Equipment Consulting & Analysis RFQ
Southeast Conference (SEC) is inviting proposals from firms qualified to provide consulting and analysis services related to the purchase of specialized mariculture processing and hatchery/nursery equipment. Proposals must be submitted by June 12,2023, 5PM Alaska Time. Download the Full RFQ here.

Southeast Conference Hiring!

    This position will facilitate and develop Southeast Alaska energy projects including programs to reduce the region’s reliance on fossil fuel for electrical generation, beneficial electrification with a special emphasis on utilization of biomass and coordinating the activities of the Alaska Wood Energy Development Task Group (AWEDTG). Applicant should be an independent, organized self-starter, familiar with community energy issues. Travel required. Salary DOE, excellent benefits package. Send letters of interest and resumes to Position opened until filled.



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Mission: As the state and federally designated regional economic development organization for Southeast Alaska, Southeast Conference serves as the collective voice for advancing the region’s economy. Southeast Conference has 180 member organizations representing 1,200 people from 32 regional communities. The mission of Southeast Conference is to undertake and support activities that promote strong economies, healthy communities and a quality environment in Southeast Alaska. Southeast Conference formed in 1958 with a group of people supporting the establishment of a regional transportation system in Southeast Alaska, which led to the formation of the Alaska Marine Highway System. After that success Southeast Conference stayed together through more than a half-century to focus on concerns unique to the region, including transportation, maritime, tourism, timber, seafood, mining, health care, government, and overall quality of life.