APPENDIX D (Continued)
d. Meet DoD funding obligation schedules:
FEMP funds must be obligated in the same fiscal year in which
7. If you have several small projects and are
considering combining them, then they should have some common
thread amongst them. This could be several projects (e.g., low-
flow toilets, energy efficient lighting, and variable speed
motors) all within the same facility. Or a number of projects in
a number of different facilities, all of which conserve water.
8. In general, related projects that conserve
water and which have satisfactory economic analyses will be
accepted for consideration. For example, a toilet retrofit and a
landscape project might not be directly related, but if they both
conserve water and have good economic analyses they will likely
be considered for funding approval under FEMP.
KEY PLAYERS AND ROLES
1. All projects that qualify for ECIP or FEMP
funding must be submitted to NAVFACENGCOM for approval. Figure
D-1 is a project programming flowchart showing the approval
process. The process includes several key players or
organizations, each with a specific role in funding your project.
If you are unfamiliar with any of these organizations or their
interest in your water project, it will be helpful to review them
now. Below are the key organizations and a description of their
roles in the funding process. For more information, refer to the
Navy Energy Manager's Handbook.
a. Prepares and submits water projects to
claimant or NFESC via the geographic Engineering Field Division
(EFD). Obtains assistance from the EFD, Public Works Center
(PWC), pertinent utilities, and NFESC to prepare the project
Provides a maintenance program for the