cities & governments
UMS has a strong track record of recovering money on utility bills for government entities and municipalities of all sizes. Cities have a wide range of electrical bills from traffic lights to town halls to water treatment plants. We analyze all accounts leaving no potential avenues for savings unexplored. By partnering with UMS, government facilities can rest assured that we are dedicated to maximizing value for taxpayers’ money and ensuring its optimal utilization.
By serving as a Commercial Utility Provider Multiple Award Task Order Contract recipient for the US Army, UMS has consistently delivered successful outcomes by undertaking numerous projects aimed at streamlining and reducing utility costs. Our expertise enables us to effectively address the unique challenges faced by the Army, and we can do it for your facilities too.
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The City of Douglasville has a philosophy to stay in front or ahead of the best municipal practices. This philosophy lead the city to look into UMS for a utility bill analysis of their utility accounts.
UMS analyzed all of the City’s accounts uncovering $27,000 in annual savings. Our analysts continued to monitor accounts and found over $7,000 in additional savings from a new account the City added.
Cape Fear Public Utility Authority
Cape Fear Public Utility Authority is a waste and water treatment provider that operates solely on the funds of its customers.
UMS analysts were able to uncover major savings opportunities. One of the opportunities projected to yield hundreds of thousands in savings required a slight operational shift. UMS helped advise in this shift. Other non-operational change savings were also implemented by UMS for CFPUA.
Overall, CFPUA realized over $407,102 in annual savings.
The City of Forest Park received a new City Manager, Ricky Clark. Mr. Clark’s goal was to make a substantial impact within his first 100 days. After hearing about UMS’ contingency-based service Mr. Clark wasted no time in setting up a meeting to learn more.
Upon City Counsel’s approval UMS analyzed all of the City’s accounts uncovering $16,000 in annual savings. This is the exact results, Mr. Clark, Mayor Angelyne Butler, and City Counsel were looking for.