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Going Green Panel Houston Taylor, Moderator Office of Acquisition Management. June 2009. Andrea Azarcon Marketing Specialist/Contracting Officer Integrated Workplace Acquisition Center Phone: 703.605.9169 Email: andrea.azarcon@gsa.gov. Integrated Workplace Acquisition Center.

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Andrea AzarconMarketing Specialist/Contracting OfficerIntegrated Workplace Acquisition CenterPhone: 703.605.9169Email: andrea.azarcon@gsa.gov

integrated workplace acquisition center
Integrated Workplace Acquisition Center
  • Formerly National Furniture Acquisition Center
  • Product/service offerings include:
    • Furniture/furnishings
    • Floor coverings
    • Office equipment
    • Audio/visual equipment
    • Sporting goods, promotional products, outdoor equipment and furniture, recreation items, trophies, and signs
iwac schedules
IWAC Schedules
  • Furniture/furnishings products and services
    • 71 I: Office Furniture
    • 71 II: Household and Quarters Furniture
    • 71 II H: Packaged Furniture
    • 71 II K: Comprehensive Furniture Management Services
    • 71 III: Special Use Furniture
    • 71 III E: Miscellaneous Furniture
    • 72 II: Furnishings
iwac schedules5
IWAC Schedules
  • Floor coverings: 72 I A
  • Office equipment (including copiers, mail management, and document imaging): 36
  • Audio/visual equipment: 58 I
  • Sporting goods, promotional products, outdoor equipment and furniture, recreation items, trophies, and signs (SPORTS): 78
certifications of iwac green products
Certifications of IWAC Green Products
  • Products help customer agencies meet LEED ® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) requirements
    • New GSA construction projects/substantial renovations must be certified Projects encouraged to exceed basic LEED® green building certification and achieve the LEED® Silver level.
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Certifications of IWAC Green Products
  • GREENGUARD certified furniture
    • Third-party testing program for low-emitting products and materials
  • MBDC Cradle to Cradle certification
    • Based on:
      • Materials
      • Design for material reutilization (recycling or composting)
      • Renewable energy and energy efficiency
      • Efficient use of water/maximum water quality associated with production
      • Social responsibility
certifications of iwac green products8
Certifications of IWAC Green Products
  • Scientific Certification Systems (SCS)
    • Indoor Air Quality
    • Environmentally Preferable Products
    • Sustainable Choice for the Carpet and Rug Industry
  • Energy Star products
    • Electronic products (i.e. copiers, televisions)
    • Conserve energy
leed and gsa mas products commercial interiors
LEED and GSA MAS Products: Commercial Interiors
  • Optimize Energy Performance
    • Energy Star products: copiers, televisions
  • Low-Emitting Materials
    • Systems Furniture
    • Seating
    • Carpet Systems
  • Resource Reuse
  • LEED Accredited Professional
leed and gsa mas products new construction and major renovations
LEED and GSA MAS Products: New Construction and Major Renovations
  • Recycled Content (furniture, carpet)
  • Regional materials (within 500 miles of project site)
  • Rapidly Renewable Materials (i.e., bamboo, wool, linoleum, wheat-board, strawboard, cork)
  • Certified Wood (Forest Stewardship Council-certified wood products and suppliers)
  • Low-Emitting Materials
    • Floor/Carpet Adhesives
    • Paints and Coatings
    • Carpet Systems
in addition
In Addition…
  • Floor Coverings, Schedule 72 I A
    • Flooring Recycling Programs (when old flooring is removed), SIN 31-602
    • Recycled and/or biobased content for flooring (as defined in Executive Order 13101), SIN 31-601
  • Office Furniture, Schedule 71 I
    • Remanufactured Systems Furniture, SIN 711 92
evergreen award
Evergreen Award
  • Presented to companies that have demonstrated significant efforts in reducing the environmental impact of their products
    • Contractors are required to submit proposals outlining their company’s efforts in:
      • Waste prevention
      • Recycling
      • Affirmative procurement
      • Environmentally preferability
      • Model facility
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Sheila BrannanContracting OfficerGreater Southwest Acquisition CenterPhone: 817.574.2426Email: sheila.brannan@gsa.gov
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Schedule 84 -Total Solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facilities Management Systems, Fire, Rescue, Clothing, Marine Craft, and Emergency/Disaster Response

Complete offering of Facility Management Systems Including lighting, Chillers, HVAC, building automation systems, air handlers, heat pumps, and more.

cont d
Cont’d
  • Energy Savings Performance Contracts

Offers alternative financing of projects for energy upgrades pursuant to the Energy Policy Act of 2005 - Projects include energy audits, project management, and energy upgrades of Chillers, lighting, controls, etc.

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Schedule 56 -Buildings and Building Materials Service and Supplies

Energy Efficient Lighting

Solar Energy Solutions

Solar Window film

Green roofing solutions

Alternative Energy Solutions: Fuel Cells,

Wind Power Generators

add services for a total green solution
Add Services for a Total Green Solution
  • Installation/Integration
  • Maintenance
  • Training
  • Consulting
  • Professional Energy/Engineering Services
  • ESPC – SIN 246-53
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Schedule 73Food Service, Hospitality, Cleaning Equipment and Supplies, Chemicals, and Services

Compostable Cutlery

Green Cleaning Solutions

Energy Star Food Service Equipment

gsa advantage
GSA Advantage –
  • Shopping Cart Warning when customers attempt to buy products that are not compliant with Section 104 of the EPACT of 2005.
    • EPACT-1: This item has not been designated as EPACT compliant. Section 104 of the Energy Policy Act (EPACT) of 2005 requires agencies to purchase only Energy Star qualified or FEMP-designated products within specific product categories. You may continue shopping. Click here for more information.
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Home to 10th Mountain Division

Guaranteed ESPC

  • Installation Sq. Ft.: 11.8 million
  • Contract Dates: 2003 - 2009
  • Contract Amount: $6.6 million

Services Provided

  • Geothermal heat pumps
  • High efficiency HVAC upgrades
  • New high efficiency lighting system
  • Infrared heating system
  • Pneumatic tool system isolated to reduce energy
  • Direct Digital Controls (DDC) network

ESPC Project using GSA Schedule 84

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GSA took a traditional roof system demolition and replacement in Chicago, IL and opted for a Green alternative.
  • Schedule 56 allowed GSA to install a vegetated room system on approximately 18,000 square feet and a price competitive with traditional methods.
  • The Vegetated Roof is Energy Star rated and approved as Cool Roof technology.
  • The Vegetated Roof has leak detection technology built in, provides significant decrease in storm water run-off and is aesthetically pleasing for the building inhabitants and neighbors.
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In order to comply with EO 13423, the VA identified the Loma Linda, CA facility as a candidate for a Photovoltaic (PV) renewable energy system which converts solar energy to electricity.
  • Schedule 56 provided a solution to install one of the most highly efficient PV systems currently available at the Loma Linda facility.
  • The installed system will save the VA facility approximately $60,000 per year in electricity costs and is considered a model for other VA facilities.
how can i purchase these green solutions
How Can I Purchase These Green Solutions?
  • Multiple Award Schedules
    • ID/IQ Contracts offering a Wide Range of Products and Services at Commercial Prices
    • Best Value
    • Commercial Practices
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Kathleen BadenDirectorEngineering and Cataloging DivisionGeneral Supplies and ServicesPhone: 703.605.1824Email: kathleen.baden@gsa.gov
gsa global supply who are we
GSA Global SupplyWho Are We?
  • Our Mission: Provide mission-critical collaboration in supply chain services, including best-value access to competitively priced products, strategic partnering alliances, and adaptive solutions
    • Easy Requisitioning
    • Flexible Ordering Options
    • Reliable, Anywhere, Anytime
    • FAR Compliant

https://GSAglobalsupply.gsa.gov

thousands of products
Thousands of Products
  • GGS manages over 97,000 National Stock Numbered items
    • Tools
    • Office and computer products
    • Paints, chemicals and adhesives
    • Cleaning and kitchen equipment
    • Fire equipment
  • 285,000 part numbered items
    • Tools
    • Office supplies
    • Computer products
green products
Green Products
  • Of the over 16,000 NSN products that Global Supply currently has on contract, 3,550 have at least one environmental attribute
  • 25% of all sales are for green products
  • Product offered are:
    • Biobased
    • CPG compliant
    • Energy Star/FEMP compliant
    • Low toxic
    • Low VOC
biobased
Biobased
  • Products composed of biological product, forestry materials or renewable domestic agricultural materials, including plant, animal, or marine materials
  • Biobased products include:
    • Absorbent/spill containment products
    • Paint and adhesive removers
    • Cleaning products
    • Flatware
comprehensive procurement guidelines cpg
Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG)
  • Establishes the standard for recovered materials a product should contain as specified in the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
  • Recycled content products include:
    • Paper products, including copy paper, paper towels and toilet paper
    • Toner cartridges
    • Signs
    • Traffic cones
energy star femp
Energy Star/FEMP
  • Energy Star qualified products are rated for energy efficiency under an Energy Star program established by the Energy Policy and Conservation Act
  • FEMP designated products are designated under the Federal Energy Management Program as being among the highest 25 percent of equivalent products for energy efficiency
  • Energy Star qualified/FEMP designated cover 62 types of products. Some offered by Global Supply include:
    • Office equipment
    • Home electronics
    • Plumbing supplies
low toxic
Low Toxic
  • Low toxic products include those that are free of harmful chemical like benzene, chromate, hexavalent-chromium, lead, mercury, chlorine, cadmium, toluene and those that don’t produce hazardous waste
  • Products offered include:
    • Paints
    • Adhesives
    • Cleaners
epeat
EPEAT
  • EPEAT is a system to help purchasers evaluate, compare and select desktop computer products based on their environmental attributes
  • Required criteria and optional criteria determine whether a product is registered as EPEAT “Bronze”, “Silver”, or “Gold”.
  • Federal agencies are required to acquire 95% of its electronic products as EPEAT-registered
  • Part-numbered products include:
    • Computer monitors
    • Desktop computers
    • Notebooks
low voc
Low VOC
  • Volatile Organic Compounds are chemicals found in every day household products such as paints, sealants, household cleaning fluids, fuels, pesticides and plastics
  • Exposure to VOCs at can be linked to eye, nose and throat irritation; headaches, loss of coordination, allergies, fatigue, dizziness, and nausea; damage to kidney, liver an the central nervous system
  • GGS offers numerous low VOC products including:
    • Paints and coatings
    • Cleaners
    • Floor finishes and strippers
how to order green products from gsa global supply
How to Order Green Products from GSA Global Supply
  • WEB
    • www.GSAglobalsupply.gsa.gov
    • www.GSAAdvantage.gov
    • www.emall.dla.mil
  • Call 800-525-8027
  • FAX 800-856-7057
  • FEDSTRIP/MILSTRIP: Via Defense Automatic Addressing System (DAAS)
  • Hardcopy: DD 1348, Mail to: GSA Global Supply, Room 6A06, 819 Taylor Street, Fort Worth TX 76102
next steps
Next Steps
  • Conduct market research to find new green products to introduce into the supply system
  • Continue to review Federal/Military specifications and existing purchase descriptions to revise where necessary to include green alternatives
  • Improve reporting capabilities of green purchases
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Genni BrownRegional DirectorProperty Management DivisionGreater Southwest/Rocky Mountain RegionPhone: 817.574.2353Email: alberta.brown@gsa.gov

gsa property management mission statement
GSA Property Management Mission Statement
  • To provide the services, expertise, and systems that will ensure the timely, effective, and efficient disposition of the Federal government’s excess and surplus personal property assets, yielding the greatest return on investment to the taxpayer
personal property programs
Personal Property Programs
  • Utilization and Donation Program
    • Utilization Program
    • Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program
    • Computers for Learning
  • Sales Program
reuse is recycling
REUSE IS RECYCLING…
  • Property Transfers (FY08)
    • 45,148 Line Items valued at $527,069,035
  • Property Donations

- 49,494 Line Items valued at $467,508,601

  • Computers for Learning Program

- 6,815 Line Items valued at $63,831,755

  • Sales Program

- 82,713 Line Items brought proceeds of $87,027,899

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Agencies must not abandon or destroy property in a manner

that is dangerous to public health or safety and

the environment.

FMR 102-36.305 thru 330

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Reuse is Recycling....

  • Utilization is Reuse……
  • Donation is Reuse……
  • Computers for Learning is Reuse…….
  • Sales offers property for Reuse…..
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Katherine JocoySupervisory Contracting OfficerManagement Services CenterPhone: 253.931.7080Email: katherine.jocoy@gsa.gov
gsa environmental services schedule 899
GSA Environmental Services Schedule 899
  • 899-1 Environmental Consulting Services
  • 899-3 Environmental Training Services
  • 899-5 Materials and Waste Recycling and Disposal Services
  • 899-7 Geographic Information System (GIS) Services
  • 899-8 Remediation and Reclamation Services
environmental solutions are here
Environmental Solutions Are Here!

Executive Order 13423

  • Acquisition of Green Services
  • Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001)
  • Environmental Compliance and Sustainability
  • Hazardous Waste Minimization and Pollution Prevention
  • Environmental Training
  • Electronic Management and Recycling Programs
  • Environmental Conformance Reviews and Audits
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Environmental Solutions Are Here!

RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT

  • Environmental Cleanup
  • Hazardous Waste Cleanup
  • Nuclear Waste Cleanup
  • Leaking Underground Storage Tanks
  • Evaluate and Cleanup Brownfields
  • Surveys, Investigations and Research
  • Climate Modeling
  • Monitoring Systems
  • Wastewater Treatment Systems
  • Habitat Restoration
  • Natural Resources Conservation
  • Watershed Enhancement
environmental schedule 899 contacts
Environmental Schedule 899 Contacts
  • Carolyn DiCugno, Business Management Specialist
    • (253) 931-7042
    • carolyn.dicugno@gsa.gov
  • Mary Mitton, Senior Contracting Officer
    • (253) 931-7073
    • Mary.mitton@gsa.gov
  • Russell Hanson, Senior Contracting Officer
    • (253) 931-7049
    • Russell.Hanson@gsa.gov
  • Katherine Jocoy, Supervisory Contracting Officer
    • (253) 931-7080
    • Katherine.jocoy@gsa.gov