Federal Procurement of Energy-Efficient Products. GSA Training Conference and Expo 2010. Christopher Payne, Ph. D Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. This session is sponsored by the Federal Acquisition Institute.
GSA Training Conference
and Expo 2010
Christopher Payne, Ph. D
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Federal Acquisition Institute
The primary organization providing knowledge and support to the federal civilian acquisition workforce.
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FEMP facilitates the federal government’s implementation of sound, cost-effective energy management & investment practices to enhance the nation’s energy security & environmental stewardship.
Purchase of products that have “lesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment when compared with competing products or services that serve the same purpose.”
Complies with federal requirements
Benefits the environment
Leads by example
Energy Policy Act of 2005
Energy Independence & Security Act of 2007
10 CFR 436, Subpart C
Federal Acquisition Regulations Part 23 & 52
Executive Order 13423 & 13514
Agencies have changed procurement policies
FAR includes requirements
Federal energy use has improved
Good news – we’re having an impact
Bad news – we’ve got more to do