Obama Administration Officials Unveil GreenGov Supply Chain Partnership with Industry
November 16, 2010
GSA launches small business greenhouse gas disclosure pilot program.
GSA # 10693
November 16, 2010
Contact: Sara Merriam, 202-501-9139
CHICAGO – The U.S. General Services Administration today announced the GreenGov Supply Chain Partnership and Small Business Pilot, a voluntary collaboration between the federal government and its suppliers to create a greener, more efficient supply chain. The program was announced at a supply chain summit in Chicago hosted by White House Council on Environmental Quality Chair Nancy Sutley and GSA Administrator Martha Johnson.
The GreenGov Supply Chain Partnership is a voluntary, GSA pilot program to promote clean energy and cut waste and pollution in the federal supply chain using greenhouse gas emissions as a measurement. Federal suppliers that join the GreenGov Supply Chain Partnership agree to voluntarily measure and report their organization’s greenhouse gas emissions. Participating companies will share their experiences to help GSA develop a phased, incentive-based approach to developing contracting advantages to companies that track and disclose their greenhouse gas emissions.
The partnership includes a Small Business Pilot Program that will explore the benefits and challenges of measuring greenhouse gas emissions with small business participants. Small businesses that have enrolled in the pilot will receive technical assistance through GSA to measure, report, and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions as a part of the effort.
The GreenGov Supply Chain Partnership and Small Business Pilot Program were developed by GSA in response to President Obama’s Executive Order 13514, which called on GSA to lead the effort to make recommendations for measuring and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the federal supply chain. This partnership and pilot are an outcome of those recommendations, and represent an important collaboration with large and small businesses to move forward together toward a clean energy economy.
“The federal government is the single largest energy consumer in the U.S. economy and purchases more than $500 billion in goods and services every year,” commented Chair Sutley. “It is our responsibility to lead by example to improve efficiency, eliminate waste, and promote clean energy in our supply chain.”
Administrator Johnson added, “As one of the largest purchasers of goods and services in the world, GSA is in a unique position to collaborate with industry. Businesses across the globe are already realizing cost-saving, waste-reducing efficiencies and competitive advantages by decreasing greenhouse gas pollution. GSA will leverage these private-sector best practices and the GreenGov Supply Chain Partnership to move the federal government toward a cleaner, more efficient supply chain.”
A list of small businesses participating in GSA’s greenhouse gas disclosure pilot is attached.
GSA Small Business Federal Supplier Greenhouse Gas
Emissions Inventory Pilot Participants
1. Adaptive Manufacturing Solutions
2. AEEC, LLC
4. American General Fabrication, Inc.
5. Americom Automation Services, Inc.
6. Answer Title and Escrow
7. Arrowhead Systems, Inc.
8. BELL Architects, PC
9. Binary Group, Inc.
10. Blue & Gold Strategies, LLC
11. BMB Construction Properties, Inc.
12. Bobier Tool Supply
13. Bullseye International
14. Business Integra Technology Solutions, Inc.
15. CDW Consultants, Inc.
16. Comprehensive Environmental, Inc.
17. Computer Cabling of Georgia, Inc.
18. Crane Environmental Services
19. Creative Construction Industries
20. Data Management Group (DMG Federal)
21. Defense Holdings, Inc.
22. Eco One Solutions, LLC
23. Freeland Construction Co., Inc.
24. General & Mechanical Services, LLC
25. Goshow Architects, LLP
26. Government Services Integrated Process Team
27. Grauch Enterprises, Inc.
28. Green Sensitive Design
29. Hermosa Construction Group, LLC
30. Holloway House, Inc.
31. J Lee Associates, Inc.
33. Northwind Engineering, LLC
34. Opcon, Inc.
35. Optimal Solutions Group
36. Powersolv, Inc.**
37. Rivanna Natural Designs, Inc.
38. S T Electric, LLC
39. S.L. King & Associates, Inc.
40. S.L. King Technologies, Inc.
41. Sage Communications
42. Schmald Tool & Die Inc.
43. Stewart's Tree Service
44. Sullivan International Group
45. T3 Resources
46. Tailor-Made Advertising
47. Tall Grass Strategies, LLC
48. The Penn Air Group
49. Traffic & Parking Control Co., Inc.
50. Trifecta Industries, LLC
51. Truestone Communications
52. Unicon, Inc.
53. Unistar-Sparco Computers, Inc.
54. Valley Forge Fabrics. Inc.
55. W.S. Anderson, Inc
56. Williams and Jones Enterprises, LLC
57. Zero Waste Solutions, Inc
58. Stellco, Inc.