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Matching DC building owners and property managers to small-, minority-owned, women-owned and disadvantaged businesses in DC that specialize in energy

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Step 9. Verify Performance

Validate that your building's energy efficiency or other variable has improved using a third party review.

Step 7. Write the Right Contract

Get guidance on writing a strong contract for energy efficiency and high-performance building work.

Step 6. Select the Right Vendor

Learn how to the best value for your building project investment by choosing the right vendor.

Step 5. Bid the Job

How to send your building energy efficiency or operational improvement project proposal to the right vendors

Step 4. Define The Scope Of Work

Guidelines for setting the scope of work for projects that improve building energy efficiency and performance

Step 3. Get an Energy Audit

A guide to energy audits and finding a qualified energy auditor for a commercial building in the Washington DC market

Step 2. Determine Your Goals

This strategy checklist helps you consider all aspects of your planned project and define what success will look like for

High-Road Contracting

Overview of ways to make procurement a more diverse and inclusive process supporting small businesses and historically disadvantaged businesses.

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