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The Federal Electronics Challenge (FEC) is a partnership program that empowers federal agencies to manage their electronics in an environmentally sound manner during all three life-cycle phases - acquisition and procurement, operation and maintenance, and end-of-life management.

The FEC supports efforts to continuously improve environmental stewardship of electronic assets government-wide in order to better assist federal agencies and facilities in meeting the requirements of Executive Order 13423.  The FEC also provides resources and technical assistance to help federal agencies and facilities improve electronics management throughout the lifecycle.

OPPT manages the FEC program, and coordinates with the Office of the Federal Environmental Executive, EPA’s Office of Solid Waste and Office of Environmental Information, and all 10 EPA Regions to develop and disseminate information on best management practices for electronics. The goals of this OPPT program are being achieved in part by assisting federal agencies and their facilities in:


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