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As part of its request for proposals (RFP) for 1 GW of renewable energy projects on or near Army land, the U.S. Army's Energy Initiatives Task Force (EITF) is developing a standardized Utility Service Contract Performance Work Statement (PWS) that the Army will use for contracts executed under the authority of Title 10 United States Code 2922a.

The EITF is seeking a standardized PWS in order to improve the understanding of government requirements and industry capabilities, increase bid quality and lower the cost of capital to the government. Therefore, the EITF is seeking the industry's input concerning the content of the PWS to inform its standardization effort. The PWS will be released on or about March 29.



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