Feds' Oversight Found Lacking On Energy-Saving Deal
Law360 (May 18, 2021, 9:08 PM EDT) -- A General Services Administration watchdog has criticized a GSA unit's oversight of building services contracts covering U.S. Food and Drug Administration headquarters, particularly allegedly improper enforcement of the terms of a $1.2 billion energy savings contract.
GSA's Public Buildings Service, or PBS, is not enforcing requirements of its Energy Savings Performance Contract, or ESPC, with Honeywell Inc. for the FDA's White Oak campus in Maryland, meaning it can't be assured the deal is achieving the cost savings that are supposed to fund the deal, the GSA Office of Inspector General said in a report Monday.
"PBS needs to take comprehensive action...
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