Sustainability in Core Operations
DOT ensures its operations and facilities meet performance goals to reduce consumption of natural resources and minimize impacts on the environment.
|Agency Size and Scope||FY 2012||FY 2013|
|Total Number of Employees as Reported in the President's Budget||56,919||55,883|
|Total Acres of Land Managed||141,723||139,929|
|Total Number of Buildings Owned||9,782||10,015|
|Total Number of Buildings Leased (GSA and Non-GSA Lease)||1,130||1,402|
|Total Building Gross Square Feet (GSF)||29,476,109||32,303,213|
|Operates in Number of Locations Throughout U.S.||51||51|
|Operates in Number of Locations Outside of U.S.||9||9|
|Total Number of Fleet Vehicles Owned||397||393|
|Total Number of Fleet Vehicles Leased||6,072||5,753|
|Total Number of Exempted-Fleet Vehicles (Tactical, Law Enforcement, Emergency, Etc.)||98||85|
|Total Amount Contracts Awarded as Reported in FPDS ($Millions)||6,380||6,054|
In order to meet public laws, Presidential mandates, and lessen the impact of operations, DOT has set milestones to reduce impacts on natural resources while increasing the use of alternative technologies to function sustainably. DOT monitors and reports on performance metrics to ensure targets are met.
See our reports to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to track our annual progress.
- Jan 2017 DOT Sustainability/Energy Scorecard
- Jan 2016 DOT Sustainability/Energy Scorecard
- Jan 2015 DOT Sustainability/Energy Scorecard
- Jan 2014 DOT Sustainability/Energy Scorecard
- Jan 2013 DOT Sustainability/Energy Scorecard
- Jan 2012 DOT Sustainability/Energy Scorecard
- Jan 2011 DOT Sustainability/Energy Scorecard