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The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) helps agencies implement energy savings performance contract (ESPC) projects. FEMP’s process for procuring an ESPC comprises five phases:
- Phase 1: Acquisition Planning
- Phase 2: Energy Service Company Selection and Preliminary Assessment
- Phase 3: Project Development
- Phase 4: Project Implementation and Construction
- Phase 5: Post-Acceptance Performance.
Each phase is divided into a series of steps. By following FEMP's energy savings performance contract process, agencies can efficiently implement high-quality ESPC projects that are technically excellent, legally sound, and cost-effective for the federal government.
FEMP offers guidance documents, templates, forms, and other resources to make the ESPC process easier.