The Sustainability Energy and Property Tracking System (SEPTS) is a database that will centrally collect, track, and report on information concerning the energy and environmental performance of City government buildings and capital projects, and the current and historic real estate holdings of the City of New York, including property attributes, characteristics and the allocation of leased and owned sites. The system will integrate and build on multiple existing databases to facilitate tracking and compliance for the City’s new sustainability- and building-related laws; allow for a more efficient process to collect agency use and occupancy information and space requests; automate building benchmarking and reporting; create a consistent format for property data across City agencies; coordinate agencies’ project selection and implementation; and make it easier for agencies to view, collect, update, and verify property and project data.
Partners in the development of SEPTS include:
- Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DOITT),
- Department of Education (DOE),
- School Construction Authority (SCA),
- Department of Design and Construction (DDC),
- Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and
- Mayor’s Office