Federal Agencies Must Use eProject Builder for All ESPC Projects
The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) says all interested parties in federal energy savings performance contracts (ESPCs) should now use eProject Builder (ePB), which is fully active and in production mode.
eProject Builder is a free web-based system for entering and tracking ESPC data through the life of a federal project. eProject Builder was developed and is being maintained by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on behalf of DOE.
eProject Builder produces ESPC task order schedules and provides a secure online system for easily accessing, tracking and reporting ESPC project data through the life of the contract. Most of the work required in the form of data entry is done by the energy service company (ESCO), as with the current task orders and proposal process. FEMP anticipates little or no additional work expected for agency contracting officers. ESCOs can request training in eProject Builder.
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