Advanced UESC Workshop
The Presidential Memorandum of Dec. 2, 2011, Implementation of Energy Savings Projects and Performance-Based Contracting for Energy Savings, mandates that the Federal Government shall enter into a minimum of $2 billion in performance-based contracts in Federal building energy efficiency by Dec. 31, 2013. Meeting the responsibility of the Presidential Memorandum requires agencies to evaluate their facilities, identify potential savings, and appropriately leverage both private and public sector funding to invest in comprehensive projects. DOE/FEMP is helping agencies by offering training on how to establish partnerships with their local utilities to help meet this challenge.
Priority registration will be given to contracting officers, contracting specialists, and other Federal employees.
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For more information, contact Susan Courtney at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-250-2862.
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