Gaffigan Team: Government Accountability Office: Physical Infrastructure Phone: (202) 512-3168 Recommendations for Executive Action ---------- Recommendation: The Secretary of Energy should, in conjunction with the Federal Environmental Executive and the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, re-evaluate the current measure for greenhouse gas emissions and establish one that more accurately reflects agencies' performance in reducing these emissions to help determine whether agencies are making progress over time.
What does FEE stand for?
FEE stands for Federal Environmental Executive
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We have 69 other meanings of FEE in our Acronym Attic
- Faculty of Education
- Federation of the Urban Poor (South Africa)
- Federación Española de Disco Volador (Spanish: Spanish Federation of Frisbee)
- Federal Employee Dental and Vision Insurance Program
- Fuel Element Development Working Group
- Federation of Youth Associations of Ghana
- Fabric Energy Efficiency
- Faculty of Electronic Engineering
- Failure End-Event
- Fatal Exception Error
- Fédération des Éclaireuses et Éclaireurs (French scout federation)
- Fédération des Experts Comptables Européens (European Federation of Accountants)
- Fire Emblem Empire (gaming website)
- Flared End Element
- Florida Engineers in Education
- Fördergesellschaft Erneuerbare Energien eV (German: Society for the Promotion of Renewable Energies)
- Foreign Exchange Earnings
- Formed Element Emboli (medical Doppler studies referring to artery plaque or clot formation)
- Forward Equipment Enclosure (NASA)
- Foundation for Economic Education
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In spring 2008, the Office of the Federal Environmental Executive announced that it selected FHWA's Recycling Team as winner of the 2008 White House Closing the Circle Award for Recycling Leadership in the Transportation Sector for successfully promoting recycling as an integral part of road construction.
The government discards about 10,000 computers every week, according to the Office of the Federal Environmental Executive.
The Office of the Federal Environmental Executive recently awarded him the 2003 White House Closing the Circle Award for his education and outreach efforts.
; Eileen Clausen, president of the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, Washington; Chris Tuppen of British Telecommunications Group, London, and chair of the Global e-Sustainability Initiative; and John Howard, the Federal Environmental Executive.
Environmentalists from CNAD, Co-op America, the Consumers Choice Council and others have met with federal environmental officials to push green purchasing, and some greens have high hopes for John Howard, the new federal environmental executive, who is said to be enthusiastic about green procurement.