Federal Energy Management Program

The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) works with its stakeholders to enable federal agencies to meet energy-related goals, identify affordable solutions, facilitate public-private partnerships, and provide energy leadership to the country by identifying and leveraging government best practices. Learn about FEMP.

2019 Energy Exchange
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ESPC IDIQ Banner Year
Agencies achieved $809 million of energy infrastructure improvements in FY 2018.
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FEMP Solution Center

Search Laws and Requirements
Federal laws and requirements by sustainability goal
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Report Annual Progress
Compile and submit annual progress made toward efficiency mandates
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Get Training
Live and on-demand training on energy and water management topics
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Find FEMP Tools
Tools and calculators that help meet design, energy, and water requirements
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Browse Resources
Publications, videos, and other information resources
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Request Assistance
FEMP project or procurement assistance
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Executive Order on Efficient Federal Operations
The implementing instructions for E.O. 13834 are now available.
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Focus Areas

Strategic Programming and Integration Planning
Find FEMP services for legislative and mandate guidance and strategic integration planning.
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Energy and Water Resilience and Security
Find FEMP services for portfolio resilience planning and cyber security integration.
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Federal Leadership and Engagement
Find FEMP services for agency reporting, interagency working groups, veteran's internships, training, and awards.
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Facility and Fleet Optimization
Find FEMP services for labs, data centers, products, fleets, Guiding Principles for Sustainable Federal Buildings, and operations and maintenance.
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Energy and Project Procurement Development Services
Find FEMP services for ESPCs, UESCs, PPAs, and distributed energy.
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Case Studies
Read case studies about agencies that have successfully implemented energy and water efficiency measures into their buildings and operations.
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