Procurement System


Department of Defense


DOD EMALL is an Internet-based mall that allows military and other authorized government customers to procure items from government and commercial sources. DOD EMALL is a Department of Defense program operated by the Defense Logistics Information Service.

DoD Standard Procurement System (SPS)5

The SPS program was created to standardize the procurement process throughout DOD by developing, testing, and deploying a suite of software products for use by contracting professionals in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and other defense agencies.

Defense Acquisition System6

The Defense Acquisition System is the management process that guides all DOD acquisition programs, provides the policies and principles, and establishes the management framework that implements these policies and principles.

Department of Energy

Federal Energy Management Program7

The DOE Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) supports federal agencies in identifying energy- and water-efficient products that meet federal acquisition requirements (FAR), conserve energy, save taxpayer dollars, and reduce environmental impacts. This is achieved through technical assistance, guidance, and efficiency requirements for energy-efficient, water-efficient, and low standby power products.

Energy STAR (Joint program with EPA)8

ENERGY STAR, a joint DOE and EPA program, delivers technical information and tools that organizations and consumers use to select energy-efficient solutions and best management practices. This program encourages and assists governments, schools, and businesses in procuring ENERGY STAR qualified and FEMP designated products.

Strategic Integrated Procurement Enterprise System (STRIPES)9

The Strategic Integrated Procurement Enterprise System (STRIPES) is the procurement and contracts management component of the DOE’s Integrated Management Navigation System program and encompasses both acquisition and financial assistance. The STRIPES project reduced the number of procurement-related systems across the department.

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