|Consolidated Nuclear Security, LLC; Y-12 National Security Complex, US Department of Energy|
|Computers & Displays, Imaging Equipment, Mobile Phones, Servers, Televisions|
|US Federal Government|
2019 EPEAT Purchaser Awards – 5 Stars
2018 EPEAT Purchaser Awards – 4 Stars
2016 EPEAT Purchaser Award – 2 Stars
2015 EPEAT Purchaser Award – 3 Stars
Over their lifetime, compared to products that do not meet EPEAT criteria, the 6,395 EPEAT-registered IT products purchased by Consolidated Nuclear Security, LLC in 2018 will result in environmental impact reductions including:
The sustainable acquisition requirements of DOE Acquisition Regulation clause 952.223-78 was incorporated into Y-12’s procurement clauses during Fiscal Year 2011. The terms and conditions were revised in 2012 to include Federal Acquisition Regulation clause 52.223-15. In April 2013 and July 2014 Y-12’s terms and conditions were modeled after sustainable acquisition DEAR Clause 952.223-78, which includes the requirements for considering recycled content, bio-based content, energy efficient, water efficient, and other environmentally preferable products. Therefore, all contracts issued after October 1, 2013 contain the sustainable acquisition clauses.
Additionally, sustainable acquisition requirements are included in all Accelerated Vendor Inventory Delivery (AVID) preferred vendor contracts. AVID vendors are required to sign an annual Sustainable Acquisition Program certification statement that states they will provide Y-12 with products that meet requirements for recycled content, bio-based content, Energy Star and/or Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) requirements, WaterSense ®, support the use of less toxic materials, provide Safer Choice labeled products, Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) Program substitutes for ozone-depleting chemicals, provide SmartWay products, support the overall use of alternative fuels and energy efficient products provides, and the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT), as applicable. This allows Y-12 to maximize the purchase of materials to meet the requirements for recycled content.