The Department of Energy's Federal Energy Management Program's (FEMP) Federal Energy and Water Management Awards recognize federal employees who developed and implemented exemplary, cost-effective projects and programs that cut energy waste and advance America’s progress toward energy independence, resilience, and security, while also advancing federal agency missions. FEMP will host a ceremony for the winners in Washington, D.C., in fall 2018.
CAREER EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE AWARDS
U.S. Air Force
Air National Guard (ANG) Civil Engineering Technical Services Center (CETSC)
Minot, North Dakota
For nearly 30 years Mark Schumaker, Chief of Engineering and Operations Support for the ANG CETSC, has provided energy, management, design, and construction expertise for projects executed at the nation's ANG bases to cut energy costs and waste and improve security and resilience to further the Air Force’s mission. Highlights of his achievements include spearheading the ANG Resource Efficiency Manager program and developing the ANG Infrastructure Energy Strategic Plan.
The winners of the 2017 Federal Energy and Water Management Awards were honored at a ceremony in Washington, D.C., on November 2, 2017. The Air Force won six awards. Read about their accomplishments here.