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For those of you thinking about joining in the Energy industry proof of concept for SBOM you may want to check out this brief 15 minute introduction from Allan Friedman (link below). Information to attend the next meeting of the Energy SBOM  POC  is shown below:

The next info session on SBOM for the Energy and Bulk Power community will be on February 18, from 12-1pm ET. This session will be a deeper technical dive into the specifications of the basic, "minimum viable" SBOM, and highlight the existing data formats that can convey this data and are being implemented today. 

A third info session with more detailed lessons from other proof-of-concept exercises will be announced for later in the month.


SBOM Technical Info Session for the Energy Community

Thursday, February 18

12:00pm – 1:00pm ET

Teams link:

Dial-in: +1-202-886-0111,,315018361#

Other Numbers:


Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any further questions or concerns


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