EPA releases dollars 30 million RFP for continued anti-pollution effort

WASHINGTON, DC: The Environmental Protection Agency has quietly unleashed a five-year, dollars 30 million RFP - and will likely make its agency choice within weeks.

WASHINGTON, DC: The Environmental Protection Agency has quietly unleashed a five-year, dollars 30 million RFP - and will likely make its agency choice within weeks.

WASHINGTON, DC: The Environmental Protection Agency has quietly unleashed a five-year, dollars 30 million RFP - and will likely make its agency choice within weeks.

Word on the street is that oral presentations were made about a month ago by the usual roster of DC heavy hitters. The RFP calls for an agency or agencies that can provide a comprehensive slate of marketing services, including PR and advertising.

With the new marketing push, the EPA is hoping to support and heighten the profile of its Office of Air and Radiation, Office of Atmospheric Programs and the Energy Star Programs of its Climate Protection Division.

Central to the proposed program is the climate protection arm, which is responsible for 'an array of innovative, voluntary pollution-prevention programs that reduce pollution by creating and expanding markets for energy efficiency and energy-efficient products,' according to the RFP.

The primary goal of these EPA programs is to reduce emission of greenhouse gases and other pollutants through reduced energy consumption.

The five-year contract covers a base year plus four one-year renewals. An EPA spokesperson declined to identify the agencies that remain in the running for the account.



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