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Preliminary Technology Assessments

Green Proving Ground (GPG) is assessing technologies in the following areas:



 

The 2014 Request for Information (RFI) is now closed. 

Please bookmark our website - gsa.gov/gpg - and revisit periodically to review findings from our completed studies and results from the 2014 RFI as they become available. 

We anticipate announcing the 2015 RFI in the fall of 2014. 

 

Green Proving Ground National Program Manager

Kevin Powell

kevin.powell@gsa.gov

 

FY2014 RFI Point of Contact:
Julisa Mandeville

gpg_2014@gsa.gov


 

 



The Green Proving Ground program leverages GSA's real estate portfolio to evaluate innovative sustainable building technologies.


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