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The Defense and Energy departments are starting two new joint research and demonstration projects intended to help DoD become less reliant on petroleum.
Lance Davis, program manager of the Design Excellence Architecture program in the Public Buildings Service at the General Services Administration, tells Federal News Radio about new ways GSA is looking at office space.
American University Director of Sustainability Chris O'Brien analyzes the Federal News Radio "Greening the Government" survey.
A new of 201 government leaders asked participants to rate the importance of energy efficiency within their agencies, rate the agencies' ability to comply with federal energy efficiency requirements, identify obstacles to that compliance and identify attitudes towards energy efficiency within the agency. Schneider Electric's Jim Plourde has details.
The Department of Education is taking a taking a leadership role in the work of educating the next generation of green citizens
Green is good, but a building also has to serve the people inside. GSA's Kevin Kampschroer explains.
CDW-G's Andy Lausch discusses the findings of a report on green government initiative metrics for IT.
Timothy Hughes, counsel at the law firm of Bean, Kinney & Korman, joined the DorobekINSIDER to discuss GSA's requirement that GSA-owned building projects have LEED Gold certification.
GSA and Metropolis magazine are teaming up to give $10,000 to the best design that makes an old federal building green. The DorobekINSIDER spoke with Casey Jones, director of design excellence and the arts at GSA, about the contest.