APPENDIX D (Continued)
3. DD Form 1391 through References. Details on
completing these attachments and forms can be found in NAVFACINST
11010.44, and OPNAVINST 11010.20.
4. Once you have gathered all of your information
and completed the submittal package, forward it to your
activity's commanding officer for approval and signature on the
cover letter. The deadline for submitting project packages
is March 30th. It is suggested that you submit your package(s)
no later than mid February to ensure that funding from the
current fiscal year is received.
5. Remember that MILCON project funding can cross
fiscal years, but that FEMP funding must be obligated in the same
year it's approved. It may take from six to eight weeks for your
project to be approved once submitted and another two to three
months to receive funding. Therefore, it's always best to submit
your packages as early as possible and not wait until March 30.
1. The following Navy references will assist you
in developing water conservation projects for submission to
NAVFACENGCOM for approval and funding:
a. "Navy Water Conservation Guide for Shore
Activities," Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center UG-2017-
E&U, July 1996.
"Navy Energy Manager's Handbook," Dec.
"Shore Facilities Planning Guide,"
"Facilities Projects Manual," OPNAVINST