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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Leading by Example: A Report to the President on Federal Environmental and Energy Management (2004-2006)

Title:
Leading by Example: A Report to the President on Federal Environmental and Energy Management (2004-2006)

Abstract:
Today, Earth Day 2008, the Federal Environmental Executive (FEE) released the 2004-06 Biennial Report to the President on the Federal governments environmental and energy efficiency accomplishments. President George W. Bush called on the Federal government to lead by example in environmental stewardship, while meeting their missions in an efficient and reliable manner. In January, the President signed Executive Order 13423, Strengthening Federal Environmental, Energy, and Transportation Management, requiring Federal Agencies to lead by example in advancing the Nations energy security and environmental performance through effective environmental, energy, and transportation management. This order directs the Federal Environmental Executive (FEE) to prepare a biennial report highlighting Federal agency accomplishments.

URL:
http://www.ofee.gov/leadingbyexample/LeadingbyExample2004-2006.pdf

Source:
Office of the Federal Environmental Executive

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
April 2008

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