Space & Equipment Planning System (SEPS)
The space and equipment planning system (SEPS) is a health system planning tool jointly developed by the DoD and VA for use in developing detailed space plans and associated equipment requirements. The SEPS develops detailed programs for design (PFD’s) based on established space planning criteria, room design requirements, and established room templates. SEPS also produces detailed room contents reports which include Logcat/Acquisition categories and funding sources of associated equipment, medical equipment and furniture needed to support the functional requirements of a space.
If you have a SEPS account click on the SEPS link (live, training or testing) to go to the SEPS program. If not get registered first (see below).
SEPS is a proprietary Government software planning tool with limited access and use by:
If you meet the above requirements, please click on REGISTER NOW to request a SEPS user account.
Get registered for SEPS 3
Please note that you will receive an email notice from the SEPS 3 support team that your SEPS access has been activated.
We will be offering three types of training over the course of the year. The SEPS training will be scheduled as separate sessions for DoD-MHS and DVA. Both DVA and DoD-MHS employees and supporting contractors can register here. If you have any questions about training please feel free to contact us via email.
Please provide us feedback on the SEPS training you received.
In FY2013 the DoD and DVA collaboratively developed common strategic plan for the next five years of SEPS with a primary focus on facility life cycle management (FLCM). This approaches the value of SEPS as part of a broader ecosystem that not only includes the planning and programming stage that SEPS supports, but looks at how the product and data feeds or integrates with the related stages of the lifecycle such as design and construction and even operations.
Read the SEPS Strategic Plan - Final (2013).
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