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Federal Executive Boards spread the green word

With the majority of federal employees located outside of the Washington, D.C. metro area, how are feds in regional offices answering the White House's mandates regarding the greening of government? The answer: the Federal Executive Boards organized groups of executives who find ways to collaborate across agency lines.

Tags: management , Greening of Government: people , Federal Executive Board , Gay Page , Melanie Wood , OPM , EPA , GSA , Max Cacas

Thursday - 10/07/2010, 07:02am EDT
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USDA, State easing IT power intake

Agriculture plans to update its second version of its green IT strategy this year. State is implementing power management tools and could save almost $2 million. Both agencies are making headway to change the culture of how IT is used by their respective employees.

Tags: technology , Chris Smith , Susan Swart , USDA , State , green IT , data center consolidation , power management , GreenGov Symposium , Jason Miller , Greening of Government: Technology

Wednesday - 10/06/2010, 07:48am EDT
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As a federal pioneer of LEED, NOAA grasps savings

From the soon-to-be renovated headquarters of the General Services Administration, to the green roof of the main New York City Post Office, the federal government is making energy-efficient-and-sustainable buildings a top priority. But a little over three years ago, one federal building in the D.C. area led the way in the design and construction of a new generation of green buildings.

Tags: management , NOAA , Paul Pegnato , GSA , Tony Alonso , Green buildings , data center , LEED , Max Cacas , Greening of Government: buildings

Wednesday - 10/06/2010, 07:43am EDT
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GSA, Energy going alternative to run its buildings

DoE wants to make all of its roofs white or light color to help reduce the amount of heat buildings absorb. GSA is testing solar panels, geo-thermal and solar chimneys in different buildings around the country. The goal is to help reduce the government's $25 billion annual energy bill.

Tags: management , Nancy Sutley , Steven Chu , Robert Peck , White House , Council on Environmental Quality , GSA , Energy , Green buildings , GreenGov Symposium , solar panels , Jason Miller , Greening of Government: buildings

Wednesday - 10/06/2010, 07:30am EDT
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DoD prepares for post-petroleum era

Christine Parthemore, a fellow at the Center for a New American Security, discusses with the DorobekINSIDER the findings of a CNAS study about DoD's transition away from reliance on oil.

Tags: DoD Report , Dorobek Insider , DoD , sustainability , oil , CNAS , Christine Parthemore , Greening of Government: Technology ,

Tuesday - 10/05/2010, 07:10pm EDT
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How to measure your greenness

Marian Van Pelt, a principal with ICF International, describes how you can measure your sustainability efforts.

Tags: Dorobek Insider , Marian Van Pelt , ICF International , management , Greening of Government: Technology , technology , Greening of Government: Contractors

Tuesday - 10/05/2010, 05:08pm EDT
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GSA powers down to green up

Federal News Radio's Jason Miller caught up with Casey Coleman, Chief Information Officer of the General Services Administration. He asked her about a green technology initiative that nearly all federal workers can relate to.

Tags: Federal Drive , Greening of Government: Technology , GSA , Casey Coleman , CIO , technology

Tuesday - 10/05/2010, 09:08am EDT
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The Greening of Government: GSA changing the face of its fleet

The agency purchased more than 9,000 alternative fuel cars in 2010 and plans more in 2011 and beyond. GSA estimates $40 million in savings and the prevention of 340 million pounds of greenhouse gas from entering the atmosphere over the next seven years because of the purchases.

Tags: management , Greening of Government: transportation , Michael Robertson , Tony Hudson , GSA , hybrid cars , fleet management , Jason Miller

Monday - 10/04/2010, 06:10am EDT
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Survey: Feds unaware of green progress

A Federal News Radio survey of federal employees and contractors found most are optimistic about reducing the government's carbon footprint, but not many believe the efforts are making a difference. About 40 percent of the respondents say President Obama's executive order to reduce energy usage is a lot of talk and not a lot of action, and 73 percent are not familiar with their agency's sustainability plan.

Tags: management , Barack Obama , White House , Jason Miller , survey , Greening of Government: transportation

Monday - 10/04/2010, 06:02am EDT
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