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Operational Energy Management System

Funding energy innovation that improves DoD’s operational effectiveness via targeted investments aligned with DoD’s Operational Energy Strategy

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The OE-I public website can be accessed at oeinnovation.org

FY24 Call For Proposals

The Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Environment and Energy Resilience (ODASD(E&ER)), Operational Energy – Innovation (OE-I) is now soliciting Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 proposals for the Operational Energy Capability Improvement Fund (OECIF) and Operational Energy Prototyping Fund (OEPF). OE-I is requesting proposals in the following areas:


  • Commanding Energy:  Submit by 1700 EST on 1 August 2023
  • Aviation and Space Efficiencies:  Submit by 1700 EST on 1 November 2023
  • Ground Vehicle Electrification and Hybridization (GVH&E):  Submit by 1700 EST on 2 February 2024

OECIF and OEPF project solicitations have different types of proposals and different funding. The OECIF and OEPF Call for Proposal link below provides the specific details for each call.

  1. OE-I FY24 OECIF and OEPF Call For Proposals
  2. OECIF and OEPF FY24 Proposal Whitepaper Template
  3. OECIF and OEPF FY24 Quad Chart Template
  4. OE-I FY24 Letter of Support Template
  5. OE-I FY24 Scoring Criteria

Training: Climate Adaptation Considerations in Operational Energy- Innovation

Each PI’s office that submits either an OECIF or OEPF FY 2024 proposal should complete the required Climate Adaptation Considerations in Operational Energy- Innovation training. The training video can be viewed here: Climate Training Video. After viewing the video, email Lauren Grant, lauren.grant@noblis.org, at the OE-I Program Office stating your project’s name, its number in OEMS, and who in your organization has completed the training. The non-narrated PowerPoint charts are located in OEMS by first signing-in, then selecting the Submission icon and then the Help icon from the top menu.

Climate Adaptation Training video


Operational Energy Management System (OEMS)
Interim Authority to Test and Train (IATT)

As of May 2021, OEMS is operational in Amazon Web Services (AWS) GovCloud, managed by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (OUSD) Acquisition & Sustainment (A&S)/Environment & Energy Resilience (E&ER)/Operational Energy-Innovation (OE-I). OEMS is operating under an Interim Authority to Test and Train (IATT) following Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) requirements as it progresses through a full Authority to Operate (ATO) process determination.

The IATT, as well as the ATO, achieve DoD Impact Level 4 (IL4). The IL4 allows hosting of Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) information up to moderate confidentiality and moderate integrity, including export-controlled (ITAR/EAR) and privacy (PII) information. Through the IATT, OE-I is allowing OEMS to process and store unclassified information to include CUI for all Distribution levels except Distro B and E. If you have any questions, please contact the OE-I representative, Ms. Lauren Grant, at lauren.grant5.ctr@mail.mil.

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