In the late 1990s, several of the sponsor agencies of the Federal Facilities Council began developing and implementing initiatives and policies related to sustainable development. Guidance related to life-cycle costing and value engineering was recognized as being supportive of sustainable development, in particular when used in the conceptual planning and design phases of acquisition, where decisions are made that substantially effect the ultimate performance of a building over its life cycle. However, specific concerns were raised that when federal agencies apply value engineering in the final stages of design or during construction in response to cost overruns, design features that support sustainable development may be eliminated. The primary objective of this study, therefore, was to develop a framework to show how federal agencies can use value engineering and life-cycle costing to support sustainable development for federal facilities and meet the objectives of Executive Order 13123.
National Research Council. 2001. Sustainable Federal Facilities: A Guide to Integrating Value Engineering, Life-Cycle Costing, and Sustainable Development. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/10093.
|2. Facility Life Cycles and the Acquisition Process||17-22|
|3. Framework for Acquiring Sustainable Facilities||23-48|
|5. Online Resources||53-64|
|Appendix A: Executive Order 13123||65-78|
|Appendix B: Executive Order 13101||79-92|
|Appendix C: Executive Order 13148||93-108|
|Appendix D: OMB Circular A-131||109-114|
|Appendix E: Public Law 104-106, Section 4306 - Value Engineering for Federal Agencies||115-116|
|Appendix F: Federal Acquisition Regulation Parts 48 and 52 Re: Value Engineering||117-136|
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