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Green Purchasing Policy and Guidance

Green Purchasing Home Environmental Performance & Sustainability Factors (Green Purchasing Program Components) Green Purchasing Policy and Guidance Greening the Acquisition Planning Process Green Purchasing News Green Resources, Tools, & Training

Department of Veterans Affairs

Open book sitting on closed green bookVA Directive and Handbook 0058, VA Green Purchasing Program, dated July 19, 2013, provide overarching policy and guidance for Administration and staff office green purchasing program management.

Office of Acquisition and Logistics, Procurement Policy - Green Procurement Policy Memorandums, Acquisition Policy Flashes, and Acquisition Information Letters. External link to a government website is the Federal Government’s home for comprehensive environmental stewardship and compliance assistance.  FedCenter’s Acquisition Program area External link to a government website webpage includes links to environmental and energy programs; regulations, guidance and policy; supporting information and tools; lessons learned; and training, presentations, and briefings to assist you in meeting Federal green purchasing requirements and goals.

Environmental Performance and Sustainability Factors

Green Resources, Tools, & TrainingAccess guidance available directly from the Federal agencies responsible for managing one or more of the Federal Green Purchasing Program components, including the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.