Green IT


IBM takes first steps to turn GSA buildings green

Initial $8 million award covers program development and installation in 50 buildings.

ICF hire adds environmental science, sustainability expertise

Elaine Haemisegger’s professional experience in environmental research and policy includes air and water pollution.

Army to exceed alternative-energy mandates

The Army predicts it will double the $400M required mandate within two years.

ICF analytics supports EPA emissions, pollutants testing

ICF will assist agency’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality with analytical and modeling for greenhouse gases, other toxic substances.

Citizant devises energy-measurement system for HUD

When completed the data-monitoring system will track and report on how grant funds are being used for energy conservation.

Northrop collaborates to produce next-gen environmental stewards

Northrop Grumman and Conservation International bring teachers to the rain forest to foster more science education.

Johnson Controls wins $16M DOD solar energy contract at Fort Bliss

The project will include new utility monitoring and control IT systems to manage energy at 120 buildings on base and other improvements.

SAIC continues oversight of Hawaii’s energy efficiency efforts

Under the $66 million contract extension, SAIC will remain Hawaii’s public benefits fee administrator, assisting the 50th state decrease its dependence on foreign oil.

DOD wants industry to invest $7B in alternative energy

Army creates energy task force to solicit funds from industry for renewable-energy projects.

CGI tasked with $64M worth of apps support at EPA

CGI Federal Inc. has won a five-year, $64.5 million task order from the Environmental Protection Agency to provide custom applications management for several critical systems.

ICF takes emissions tech to Asia under USAID contract

ICF International Inc. is working with the U.S. Agency for International Development in support of the Low Emissions Asian Development program under a five-year contract valued at $21.5 million.

COMMENTARY

Take responsibility for the power envelope every day

Energy conservation reduces the size of government's "power envelope" and provides twin benefits of increased operational efficiency and a range of significant cost savings, including lower utility bills, writes a sponsor of the upcoming Power IT Down Day on Aug. 26.

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