ARMY SPECIFIC PROGRAM, RESOURCES, AND POC'S
THE ARMY PROGRAM
A. Water conservation is part of the Army Facilities
Energy Management Program. HQDA philosophy is to allow each
MACOM the flexibility to create and maintain its own energy and
water program. Each MACOM is to achieve the goals set forth in
EPAct and EO 12902. HQDA, USALIA, and USACPW will support and
assist MACOMs in their endeavors to the fullest extent possible.
Further information on the Army Energy Program can be found in
the DoD Energy Manager's Handbook.
B. Water conservation projects undertaken to comply
with the requirements of EPAct or EO 12902 are treated like
energy projects, and compete for funding from the same sources.
Many water conservation projects are low-cost/no-cost measures
(showerhead replacement, irrigation scheduling, etc.) Which are
funded at the installation level. Larger projects, or small ones
that can be bundled together (replacement of plumbing fixtures in
a group of buildings, installation of a computer-controlled
irrigation system, etc.), can compete for Federal Energy
Program (ECIP) funding through the Army Facilities Energy
Program. Contact your MACOM Energy Manager, or the appropriate
program POC listed at the end of this Appendix for details on
submitting projects for funding.
POINTS OF CONTACT
1. Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for
Installation Management (OACSIM). The OACSIM is the proponent of
the facilities energy program and is responsible for policy,
programming, and guidance of the program. The Energy Team at the
Facilities Policy Division of the OACSIM provides installation
ECIP/FEMP projects, and chairs Tri-Service and DA steering
committees. OACSIM POC's: