Compliance Report

Not later than February 15, 2006, and annually thereafter for the next 14 years, each Federal agency that is subject to the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) of 2005 must prepare and submit to Congress a report that summarizes its compliance with the agency's alternative fuel purchasing requirements for Federal fleets under EPAct 2005 and includes a plan of compliance that contains specific dates for achieving compliance using reasonable means.

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(b) Compliance report

(1) In general—

Not later than February 15, 2006, and annually thereafter for the next 14 years, the head of each Federal agency which is subject to this Act and Executive Order No. 13031 shall prepare, and submit to Congress, a report that—

(A) summarizes the compliance by such Federal agency with the alternative fuel purchasing requirements for Federal fleets under this Act and Executive Order No. 13031; and

(B) includes a plan of compliance that contains specific dates for achieving compliance using reasonable means.

(2) Contents—

(A) In general rach report submitted under paragraph (1) shall include—

(i) any information on any failure to meet statutory requirements or requirements under E.O. 13031;

(ii)

(I) any plan of compliance that the agency head is required to submit under E.O. 13031; or (II) if a plan of compliance referred to in subclause (I) does not contain specific dates by which the Federal agency is to achieve compliance, a revised plan of compliance that contains specific dates for achieving compliance; and

(iii) any related information the agency head is required to submit to the Director of the Office of Management and Budget under E.O. 13031.

(B) Penultimate report

The penultimate report submitted under paragraph (1) shall include an announcement that the report for the next year shall be the final report submitted under paragraph (1).

(3) Public dissemination of report Each report submitted under paragraph (1) shall be made public, including—

(A) placing such report on a publicly available website on the Internet; and

(B) publishing the availability of the report, including such website address, in the Federal Register.