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Defense Utility Energy Reporting System.
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (PRODUCT- ION AND LOGISTICS) WASHINGTON DC
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The Defense Utility Energy Reporting System DUERS is an automated management information system with which the Department of Defense monitors its supplies and consumption of energy. It was originally fielded in February 1974 as the Defense Energy Information System DEIS to respond to the need to manage DoD energy resources more closely in the aftermath of the 1973 Arab oil embargo. It is primarily used as an energy management tool, providing information about the DoDs inventory and consumption of utility energy. The DUERS is used to 1 . Help formulate energy policy 2. Prepare management reports for senior Defense managers that address energy-related problems and anticipate those requiring early action 3. Measure energy conservation achievements and determine progress toward energy goals and targets 4. Provide DoD energy data to Congress, the Department of Energy, and other Federal Agencies 5. Provide immediate, on-line access to DoD energy data for all valid users 6. Identify energy usage and consumption trends 7. Ensure that all DoD Components DEIS data subsystems meet DUERS reporting requirements and 8. Export and download energy data to automated systems and microcomputer programs for local, regional, and global analysis.
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