5 DRAFTLead AgencyThe Act identifies General Services Administration (GSA) as the lead agency with help from Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE) in the sustainability area.GSA has been identified because they have a large number of buildings that have a standard Facilities Management job function for office buildings.The DOE Building Technologies Program within Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) has been identified because of its research in the area of certification programs for the commercial building sector related to High-Performance Buildings, which can be a great starting point for a new certification.
6 Public Law Public Law 111-308 enacted 15 December 2010. Requires: DRAFTPublic LawPublic Law enacted 15 December 2010.Requires:Federal and contractor personnel performing building operations and maintenance, energy management, safety, and design functions to comply with requirements under the Public Law.Identification of course(s), certification, degree, license, or registration for core competencies and for ongoing training.
7 DRAFTCore CompetenciesThe Public Law identified the following core competencies:Building Operations and MaintenanceEnergy ManagementSustainabilityWater EfficiencySafety (including electrical safety)Building Performance MeasuresGSA may identify additional competencies
8 DRAFTKey Milestones18 months (June 2012) after the enactment of the Law, General Services Administration (GSA) shall identify the core competencies necessary for personnel.12 months (June 2013) after the identification of the core competencies individuals shall demonstrate each competency.12 months from today I will have an update.
9 Asset Manager/Facility Engineer DRAFTChallengesTo whom does the act apply?JourneymanMaster CraftsmanFacility ManagerAsset Manager/Facility EngineerEngineer
10 Challenges There are a number of certifications currently available. DRAFTChallengesThere are a number of certifications currently available.If you already have a CertificationAssociation of Physical Plant AdministratorsInternational Facility Management AssociationUS Green Building CouncilBuilding Owners and Managers Association InternationalDefense Acquistion Univ.Purple Book Army Cor of Eng.The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and SurveyingThe National Association of Corrosion EngineersIndoor Air QualityAssociation of Energy Engineers.American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers
11 DRAFTOECM RoleAdvocate for the DOE professionals and identify skills that a Government Facility Manager needs in today’s working environment.Engage DOE stakeholders.Implement a program at DOE.Implement program using “working CAP” funds.
12 DRAFTWhat are the benefits?Ability to do more as budgets are getting smaller.Increase the respect of the profession.Clarify the profession.Identify a platform for training.Are DM is still going up. Why is this.
13 Key Takeaways Core Competencies identified by June 2012. DRAFTKey TakeawaysCore Competencies identified by June 2012.No later than June 2013, all Federal employees and contractors shall demonstrate compliance with competencies.Law: 111s3250enr/pdf/BILLS-111s3250enr.pdf
14 Office of Engineering and Construction Management DRAFTQuestionsAdam PughDepartment of EnergyOffice of Engineering and Construction ManagementPhone: (202)