The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) works with agencies throughout the federal government to help them account for their energy- and water-management reductions. FEMP also helps federal agencies to be energy management leaders by engaging them in interagency working groups, offering workforce development opportunities, and recognizing their energy- and water-management efforts.

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Interagency Coordination and Collaboration

FEMP fosters coordination and collaboration across agencies and provides input and guidance on related legislation and mandates and collects, consolidates, and packages agency comments and needs.

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Workforce Development and Engagement

FEMP provides training to foster and maintain a high-performance workforce to construct, operate, and maintain federal facilities in an energy-efficient and cost-effective manner.

Most courses offered by FEMP provide accredited continuing education units, and more than 25 on-demand courses align with the Federal Building Personnel Training Act of 2010 competencies.

FEMP also recognizes individuals and organizations for significant contributions to energy and water efficiency within the federal government.

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