Energy ICD complete; no date yet for DOD strategy

Pentagon Policy Still Needed To Give Army Operational Energy Plans Teeth

/ January 28, 2011 at 10:26 PM
Despite the Army's efforts to achieve a more sustainable operational energy strategy, there are no governmental policies in place to drive acquisition requirements that would reduce energy use, an Army official said last week. Col. Paul Roege, special assistant to the chief of the Army Integration Capabilities Center, said the service had recently completed an initial capabilities document for operational energy that was awaiting approval by Army leaders. "We are working with the other services and the ICD we've written...

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