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    SERDP and ESTCP Launch Blog and Social Media


    New for 2014! SERDP and ESTCP are introducing new tools to help you connect with the Programs and learn about the latest news on Environment and Energy in the Department of Defense. Beginning this week, the SERDP and ESTCP web site features a blog offering regular posts from the Executive Director and five Program Managers. We are also rolling out a social media presence on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+.

    ESTCP Solicits Environmental and Installation Energy Technology Proposals for FY 2015 Funding


    ESTCP released solicitations on February 11, 2014, requesting proposals for demonstration of environmental and installation energy technologies. FY 2015 funds are available through a competitive process to both Federal and private organizations. The due date for all pre-proposals is Tuesday, April 1, 2014. More information about the solicitations is available at

    SERDP and ESTCP Announce FY 2014 New Start Project Selections


    Seventy-one SERDP and ESTCP FY 2014 new start projects have been selected for funding. A full listing of project numbers, titles, and performers is available here.

    DoD Legacy Program Solicits Proposals for FY 2015 Funding


    The DoD Legacy Resource Management Program has released its Request for Pre-Proposals (RFP) for FY 2015 funding. The program is seeking multi-Service, national, and regional natural and cultural resources projects that benefit or enable mission objectives. All pre-proposals are due March 21, 2014.

    SERDP and ESTCP Announce 2013 Projects of the Year


    Congratulations to the six SERDP and ESTCP 2013 Projects of the Year, recognized for outstanding research and technology developments that will benefit the Department of Defense (DoD). These efforts are helping DoD enhance its mission capabilities, improve its environmental performance, and reduce costs.

    Latest Remediation Technology Monograph Tackles Contaminated Sediments


    Processes, Assessment and Remediation of Contaminated Sediments, the sixth installment in a Remediation Technology Monograph Series*, serves as a reference guide to help practitioners, scientists, and engineers better understand and assess contaminated sediment sites and identify and design more efficient and effective remedial approaches. Leading experts from academia and industry contributed to this monograph, which was edited by Dr. Danny C. Reible of Texas Tech University (previously of the University of Texas at Austin).


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