Federal Agency Energy Management
Amends the National Energy Conservation Policy Act to set a deadline by which each Federal agency must install energy and water conservation measures with payback periods of less than ten years.
Requires the President to transmit in the annual budget request to the Congress a statement of the amount of appropriations requested on an individual agency basis for energy conservation measures in Federal facilities.
Requires the Secretary to:
(1) develop a mechanism for Federal agencies to implement an energy conservation incentive program; and
(2) establish a Federal Energy Efficiency Fund to provide grants to agencies to meet Federal energy management requirements.
Authorizes Federal agencies to participate in utility incentive programs for energy and water conservation.
Directs the Secretary to:
(1) establish a financial bonus program for outstanding Federal facility energy managers;
(2) establish an energy conservation technology demonstration program for installation in Federal facilities or federally assisted housing; and
(3) implement a survey of potential energy savings in Federal buildings.
Amends the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 to cite conditions under which the Administrator of General Services may obligate:
(1) funds from the Federal Building Fund for energy management improvement and source reduction and recycling programs; and
(2) goods and services received from a utility which enhance the energy efficiency of Federal facilities.
Amends the National Energy Conservation Policy Act to prescribe the parameters of statutorily mandated energy savings performance contracts entered into by a Federal agency.
Requires the Administrator of General Services to hold regular, biennial conference workshops in each of the ten standard Federal regions on energy management, conservation, efficiency and planning strategy.
Requires specified Federal executive departments to undertake programs to ensure full training of facility energy managers.
Directs the Secretary of Energy to make energy audit teams available to all Federal agencies.
Requires the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to establish guidelines for Federal agencies to use in assessing energy consumption in their facilities.
Sets a deadline by which certain Inspectors General must:
(1) identify agency compliance activities to meet specified requirements of the National Energy Conservation Policy Act; and
(2) determine if such agencies have the requisite internal accounting mechanisms to assess the accuracy and reliability of energy consumption and energy cost figures pursuant to such Act. Requires the President's Council on Integrity and Efficiency to report to certain congressional committees regarding such Inspector General reviews.
Prescribes guidelines under which the Administrator of General Services, the Secretary of Defense, and the Director of the Defense Logistics Agency must include energy efficient products in their procurement and supply operations.
Directs the Secretary of Energy to study and report to the Congress on financing options for certain statutorily mandated energy and water conservation measures.
Requires the Postmaster General to:
(1) conduct a prescribed energy survey for Postal Service buildings;
(2) report to certain congressional committees on the building management program as it related to energy efficiency; and
(3) ensure that each Postal Service facility meets certain statutorily mandated energy management requirements.
Requires each agency to establish criteria for the improvement of energy efficiency in Federal facilities operated by Federal Government contractors.
Directs the Architect of the Capitol to retrofit congressional buildings according to prescribed energy conservation guidelines.