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1 Facilities and the Department of Energy Strategic Plan Annual FIMS Comprehensive Training March 27, 2014

2 Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) March 27, 2014Facilities and the DOE Strategic Plan2  GPRA requires agencies to-  Set goals  Measure results  Report progress  Produce:  Strategic plans – every 4 years  Performance plans (annual) – have agencies met targets?  Gap analyses of projects Agency Mission Overarching Goals Strategic Plan with Goals and Outcomes Annual Performance Plan and Measures Annual Performance Report

3 For Example – DOE Strategic Plan, 2011 March 27, 2014Facilities and the DOE Strategic Plan3  Protect Human Health and the Environment  Targeted Outcome:  Reduce Cold War legacy waste site footprint by 40% (to 540 square miles) by 2011 (High Priority Performance Goal) and by 90% (approximately 90 square miles) by  Performance Measure included in FY2015 Congressional Budget Request

4 2013 Cross-Agency Priority Goals March 27, 2014Facilities and the DOE Strategic Plan4  Real Property  Goal Statement: The Federal Government will maintain the FY 2012 square footage baseline of its office and warehouse inventory.  Source: Management Procedures Memorandum No Implementation of OMB Memorandum M Section 3: Freeze the Footprint, March 14, 2013  Sustainability  Goal Statement: By 2020, the Federal Government will reduce its direct greenhouse gas emissions by 28 percent and will reduce its indirect greenhouse gas emissions by 13 percent by 2020 (from 2008 baseline).  Source: Executive Order 13514, Federal Leadership in Environmental, Energy, and Economic Performance, October 5, 2009

5 DOE Agency Goals  Goal 1 - Science and Energy  advance foundational science  innovate energy technologies  develop policies that enhance U.S. economic growth and job creation, energy security, and environmental quality  Goal 2 – Nuclear Security  maintain and modernize the nuclear stockpile and nuclear security infrastructure  reduce global nuclear threats  provide nuclear propulsion  Goal 3 - Management and Performance  meet the challenges of the 21st century  fulfill Manhattan Project and Cold War legacy responsibilities  employ effective management, and refine operational and support capabilities March 27, 20145Facilities and the DOE Strategic Plan DRAFT Mission: Enhance U.S. security and economic growth through transformative science, technology innovation, and market solutions to meet our energy, nuclear security, and environmental challenges.

6 DOE Facility & Infrastructure Goals  Science and Energy  Variance from established cost and schedule baselines for major construction, upgrade, or equipment procurement projects kept to less than 10%  Nuclear Security  Annually, ensure that mission critical and mission dependent facilities are available to achieve key deliverables 95 percent of scheduled operating days without compromising safety or security  Management and Performance  Assess how well each existing and planned real property asset meets the mission and core capability by the end of FY 2014  Establish a list of real property available for reuse or disposal to non-federal entities by the end of FY 2015  Identify 15 federal land properties as excess by FY 2016  Dispose of 1,775,000 square feet of excess real property by the end of FY 2016  Meet sustainability goals by FY 2018, including 25% reduction in Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions from FY 2008 baseline March 27, 20146Facilities and the DOE Strategic Plan

7 Measuring Real Property Management Outcomes March 27, 2014Facilities and the DOE Strategic Plan7  What mission, if any, does the asset support?  Aligned with strategic and program goals  Aligned with property performance and sustainability goals  Available for reuse or Public Benefit Conveyance  How well does it support that mission?  As currently configured  In its current condition  How is asset/systems/portfolio information communicated?  To facility users  To decision makers  To organizations with oversight responsibility Mission Science & Energy Nuclear Security Management & Performance Inputs Funding Material Equipment Personnel Outputs Plans Projects M&R Disposals Outcomes Mission-ready facilities Outcome Indicators Mission Support Condition Utilization Cost/Resource Use Performance Benchmarks

8 Indicators: Mission Support ConsiderFIMS Data Elements March 27, 2014Facilities and the DOE Strategic Plan8 Capacity: The space’s potential based on configuration Mission Dependent Program: Identified with Funding Program by Treasury code Maintenance Level : Desired level of care: Showpiece Facility Comprehensive Stewardship Managed Care Reactive Management Crisis Response Availability: Actual uptime  Mission Unique Facility  Mission Dependent Program  Mission Dependency  Core Capability  1 0, 2 0, 3 0  Analytical Building Block

9 FY2015 CBR Schedule “P” March 27, 2014Facilities and the DOE Strategic Plan9

10 Questions March 27, 2014 Cindy Hunt, PE, PMP, CCE, CFM, LEED AP Facilities Engineer U.S. Department of Energy Office of Acquisition and Project Management Office of Property Management (MA-65) 1000 Independence Ave, SW Washington DC Facilities and the DOE Strategic Plan

11 Backup March 27, 2014Facilities and the DOE Strategic Plan11

12 DOE Strategic Plan – 2011 Management and Operational Excellence March 27, 2014Facilities and the DOE Strategic Plan12  Leverage Infrastructure to Support the Mission  Targeted Outcomes:  Incorporate cool roof technology for 100% of new or replacement roofs on Department real property, unless economically infeasible.  Achieve a level of 15% by 2015 of enduring buildings compliant with the High Performance Sustainable Buildings Guiding Principles contained in Executive Order 13423

13 35. Measure of Performance – Cool Roof Technology 1.5.a. Incorporate cool roof technology for all new roofs unless economically infeasible, beginning FY11. Accountability: Ingrid Kolb, MA Goal: Incorporate cool roof technology for 100% of new or replacement roofs on Department real property, unless technically or economically infeasible. Performance: Solutions: WINS For FY11, Cool Roof target was exceeded by 220% For FY11, NNSA’s Roof Asset Management Program (RAMP) is planning to install 680,000 SF of cool roofs. This year’s first completed project was a communication building at NNSS. The insulation R-Value was increased by 267% (from R-9 to R-33), and is projected to provide 74% reduction in annual energy use. Action Plan: Action ItemsScheduledCompleted Establish annual update process to receive cool roof FIMS* data update. Aug 2011On-going Forrestal – South Cool Roof InstallationDec 2011On-going Field annual FIMS* UpdateNov 2011Completed FIMS* FY 2011 Finalized SnapshotDec 2011 G G Status: Notes: *FIMS - Facilities Information Management System. **Includes partial and 100% cool roofs, only DOE owned assets, and excludes NR and PA New Cool Roof (by Count) 0% to 100% Complete in FY FY11FY12FY13 Target – Estimate (Annual)10 Target – Cumulative Actual - Annual32 Cumulative Target 32 Last update: Dec. 5, 2011 FY Data collected annually Nov 15 th and finalized Dec 15th Exceeded FY Target Cool Roofs: 701 out of 8,571 DOE assets, approx. 8%**

14 High Performance Sustainable Buildings Guiding Principles March 27, 2014Facilities and the DOE Strategic Plan14 Source: 2013 Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan, June 2013


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