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The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) partners with key stakeholders to guide the development of resilience planning for the strategic integration of advanced, secure technologies. FEMP also works to address energy management challenges and risks from cybersecurity threats.

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FEMP guides agencies through a comprehensive approach to resilience planning that addresses continuity of operations focus areas, including energy and water requirements, communications, transportation, facilities, and technology solutions.

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FEMP empowers, educates, and trains federal agencies on how to actively identify, prioritize, and mitigate the risks of cyber or physical attacks on facility-related control systems while maintaining the required level of service for efficient operations.

Key Resources

Tool helps organizations manage the risk to critical missions from disruptions in energy and water services.
Fact sheet provides analysis of a U.S. Coast Guard Yard project to install four 1-MW reciprocating generators that run off landfill gas.
Fact sheet describes the Federal Energy Management Program energy and water resilience program to assist agencies with strategic resilience planning.
Fact sheet details a utility energy service contract “energy management overhaul” of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut.
Tool provides federal agencies with a framework to assess the cybersecurity posture of their distributed energy resource systems.
Document provides best practices identified by research where the framework was used to assess to the cybersecurity posture of DER systems.
Document provides an overview of the Distributed Energy Resources (DER) Cybersecurity Framework and serves as a guide to apply this framework to DER.
Fact sheet describes federal facility cybersecurity strategies gleaned from experiences at several U.S. Department of Energy national laboratories.
Features questions agencies should consider for when cybersecurity experts should be consulted in the procurement of equipment.
Fact sheet discusses cyber threats unique to lighting control systems in buildings.
Provides a brief overview of key cybersecurity requirements for agencies, utilities, and subcontractor partners on performance contracts.
Resources to help fleet managers and information technology teams plan for emerging cybersecurity vulnerabilities in modern vehicles.
Database includes case studies highlighting successful federal agency implementation of energy- and water-efficient measures and technologies.