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About Us

DoD’s environmental and installation energy and water research and demonstration programs.

The Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) and the Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) are the Department of Defense's environmental, resilience, and installation energy and water research programs, harnessing the latest science and technology to improve DoD’s environmental performance, reduce costs, and enhance and sustain mission capabilities. The Programs respond to environmental, resilience, and installation energy and water technology requirements that are common to all of the Military Services, complementing the Services’ research programs. SERDP and ESTCP promote partnerships and collaboration among academia, industry, the Military Services, and other Federal Agencies. They are independent programs managed from a joint office to coordinate the full spectrum of efforts, from basic and applied research to field demonstration and validation.

SERDP

SERDP is the DoD’s environmental and resilience science and technology program, planned and executed in partnership with the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), with participation by numerous other federal and non-federal organizations. SERDP invests across a broad spectrum of basic and applied research, as well as advanced development.

ESTCP

ESTCP is the DoD’s environmental, resilience, and installation energy and water technology demonstration and validation program. The Program was established in 1995 to promote the transfer of innovative technologies that have successfully established proof of concept to field or production use. ESTCP demonstrations collect cost and performance data to overcome the barriers to employ an innovative technology because of concerns regarding technical or programmatic risk, the so-called “Valley of Death.”

Contacts

SERDP and ESTCP are independent programs that are jointly managed on behalf of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Energy, Installations and Environment). The joint office is located in Alexandria, VA. In this joint program structure, the management staff has insight into the entire range of scientific and technical issues associated with an environmental problem, from basic research questions through implementation.

The director, deputy director, five program managers, and financial officer for both programs are located in this joint office. All SERDP and ESTCP projects are managed within five Program Areas.

Office structure
SERDP and ESTCP Contacts

SERDP and ESTCP Office
4800 Mark Center Drive, Suite 16F16
Alexandria, VA 22350-3605
Phone: (571) 372-6565

Director
Phone: (571) 372-6565

Program Manager, Installation Energy and Water
Phone: (571) 372-6397

Program Manager, Environmental Restoration
Phone: (571) 372-6398

Program Manager, Munitions Response
Phone: (571) 372-6388

Program Manager, Resource Conservation and Resiliency
Phone: (571) 372-6401

Program Manager, Weapons Systems and Platforms
Phone: (571) 372-6399

Administrative Officer

Phone: (571) 372-6384

SERDP and ESTCP Support Office Contacts

Noblis, Inc.
2002 Edmund Halley Dr
Reston, VA 20191
Phone: (703) 610-2000

Program Area Technical Assistant for Installation Energy and Water
Phone: (703) 610-2346
Email: EW@noblis.org

Program Area Technical Assistant for Environmental Restoration
Phone: (703) 610-2637
Email: ER@noblis.org

Program Area Technical Assistant for Munitions Response
Phone: (703) 610-2703
Email: MR@noblis.org

Program Area Technical Assistant for Resource Conservation and Resiliency
Phone: (703) 610-2817
Email: RC@noblis.org

Program Area Technical Assistant for Weapons Systems and Platforms
Phone: (703) 610-2679
Email: WP@noblis.org

Website, Blog and Social Media
Email: serdp-estcp.socialmedia@noblis.org

Webinar Series
Email: serdp-estcp.webinars@noblis.org