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Bostonia Group has funded a $29 million energy savings performance contract for work on energy conservation measures at 13 national parks and facilities in the Washington metropolitan area. The firm said these measures include water-efficient irrigation and associated fixtures; interior and exterior lighting; upgrades to heating, ventilation and air conditioning; and a solar photovoltaic system. Siemens holds the ESPC to carry out the […] More

Michael House, vice present of infrastructure and energy solutions at Siemens Government Technologies, believes advanced digital services can be a game changer for how federal agencies improve energy resilience and sustainability at their facilities and installations.

In this Executive Spotlight interview, House mulled over various renewable energy sources and solutions in development, such as microgrids, and the necessity of partnership with private industry on the government’s part to ensure their swift and effective implementation.


John Ustica, president and CEO of Siemens Government Technologies, has been included for the second time in Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 Award recognizing government contracting change-makers for 2024. A champion of digital twin technology, Ustica highlighted SGT's innovation to combine the power of physical and digital tools to meet the production cycle needs of the public sector. 

Vote for Ustica as one of your favorite 2024 Wash100 awardees at Wash100.com. This year’s popular vote competition runs through April 30, so cast your 10 votes now!

Michael House, vice president of infrastructure and energy solutions at Siemens Government Technologies, said federal agencies could help address climate change and improve energy resilience and sustainability by adopting smart building technologies. In a LinkedIn article published Monday, House discussed how smart lighting, HVAC controls, storage systems such as mobile microgrids and solar panels and […] More
Siemens’ U.S. federal government subsidiary will upgrade heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems and make lighting improvements under a task order that supports energy efficiency and resiliency work at a U.S. Army rotary wing and repair facility in Texas. Siemens Government Technologies said Thursday the potential $17.1 million task order with the Army Corps of […] More
TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 24, 2021 — The federal subsidiary of Siemens will help the U.S. Air Force implement new power generation and storage systems as part of an energy-efficiency improvement project at a military base in Abilene, Texas, under a $60 million task order, GovCon Wire reported May 12. “Our integrated team has been […] More

Siemens' U.S. research and development business unit has received a $6.4M contract to help the Department of Energy build a system to manage distributed energy resources. Princeton, N.J.-based Siemens Corporate Technology aims to create an energy management system that will use tools designed to increase the resilience of microgrids and facilitate autonomous power restoration as part of the Autonomous and Resilient Operation of Energy systems with RenewaAbles or AURORA project.


Executive Mosaic is happy to announce that Tina Dolph, president and CEO of Siemens Government Technologies, has been selected to the 2019 edition of the Wash100 — Executive Mosaic’s annual selection of the most influential voices in the government contracting arena — for her 20 years of leadership experience in government and her efforts modernizing energy for a number of military facilities. This marks her first Wash100 award.

Siemens and the International Society of Automation co-sponsored a workshop on Monday, Oct. 29, in Houston to discuss new approaches to safeguard the energy sector from cyber attacks. Cybersecurity professionals from government and industry discussed how machine learning and security analytics platforms could help detect vulnerabilities and defend industrial control systems and other critical infrastructure […] More
Siemens Government Technologies will resume its energy conservation and infrastructure modernization work at two of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center’s facilities under two separate contracts worth a total of $60.8M. The company said Tuesday it will help the Corpus Christi Army Depot in Texas to modernize its balancing test stands for the rotor […] More
The Corpus Christi Army Depot has won an award in recognition of its energy and water conservation efforts with Siemens Government Technologies. CCAD said Wednesday it received the 2018 Secretary of the Army Energy and Water Management Award at an Aug. 23 ceremony in Cleveland, Ohio. Through the use of an Energy Savings Performance Contract, […] More
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