Tysons, Va. – LMI announced it will continue to strengthen a long-term partnership with the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Office of Sustainability by providing strategic support to their Corporate Sustainability and Energy Initiatives (CSEI). The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract has a seven-year performance period with a ceiling value of $30 million.
Under this new CSEI contract, LMI will recommend strategies to support program and policy development, research and analysis, enterprise data management, corporate solutions and reporting, and strategic and national-level planning.
“We consider our 20-year partnership with USPS of paramount importance. We are eager to continue helping USPS meet its challenges in an evolving marketplace through cost-effective and environmentally responsible solutions,” said Christen Smith, vice president of LMI’s health and civilian market.
Audra Upchurch, LMI’s director of infrastructure, energy, and environment, added, “We look forward to bringing strategic thought leadership and innovative solutions to the Office of Sustainability to advance the Postal Service’s commitment to energy, sustainability, and resiliency initiatives.”
LMI will apply its digital and analytical services along with energy, sustainability, and climate expertise to provide new and innovative solutions that proactively enhance global stewardship and promote a conservation culture that is in line with USPS’s corporate strategy. LMI will improve USPS’s access to real-time monitoring of its conservation performance, helping USPS enhance its operational efficiency, increase the value of its services, and improve its competitive position well into the future.