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Federal Green Challenge

Making it Easier to Buy Greener Products and Services - Plus Final FGC Data Reporting Presentation

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Wednesday 01/17/2018 1:30PM to 3:00PM EST
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Making it Easier to Buy Green Products and Services - In So Many Ways

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Jennifer Hazelman, GSA’s Green Product Compilation Program Manager and Michael Bloom, High-Performance Buildings Program Advisor, in GSA’s Office of Federal High-Performance Buildings present on a number of changes, additions and restructuring that have occurred in the Sustainable Facility Tool, the Green Product Compilation, their Environmental Programs pages, and areas that clarify requirements for purchasing of environmental products and services.

  • The Green Procurement Compilation (GPC) is a comprehensive green purchasing resource designed for federal contracting personnel and program managers. It helps federal purchasers identify applicable green purchasing requirements by consolidating and organizing information from Federal environmental programs in one place, saving purchasers from visiting multiple web sites.
  • The Sustainable Facilities Tool (SFTool) helps you conserve resources and reduce operating costs by bringing together the sustainability information you need to green your buildings.

Final Reporting of FY2017 FGC Data Presentation

Rob Guillemin, an EPA Federal Green Challenge Coordinator, demonstrates how to report your FY2017 Federal Green Challenge Data using Re-TRAC Connect, an online database used by Federal Green Challenge member facilities to report energy consumption, waste generation and materials management, water usage, transportation, electronics management, and green purchasing.

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