An updated agenda for the 2018 ACWA Annual Meeting
An updated version of the agenda for the 2018 ACWA Annual Meeting.
This week ECOS share with state media associations version 1.0 of a report titled A Framework of Sample Metrics for Evaluating the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Environmental Permitting Systems. This report was developed at the direction of the E-Enterprise Leadership Council to “provide useful information for project teams that are seeking to improve the processes… Read More »
This document provides a visual summary of the process the Office of Water is using to develop a new set of core program measures.
An Excel Spreadsheet with National Water Program Measures.
This document outlines the Office of Water’s approach to developing a set of meaningful National Water Program Measures to track progress of the program at the national level. Approach for Development of National Water Program Core Measures 7-13-18
The President has proposed a $200 billion initiative to stimulate at least $1.5 trillion in new infrastructure investment. While much of the public and congressional interest regarding the Administration’s Infrastructure Initiative has been focused on the legislative principles, the Administration is also addressing infrastructure delivery through a range of policy and regulatory changes. One of the top priorities of the Administration is to rebuild and modernize the Nation’s infrastructure. The Administration’s goal is to seek and secure long-term reforms on how infrastructure projects are regulated, funded, delivered, and maintained. By streamlining project delivery and removing barriers, the Administration hopes to incentivize and expedite the delivery of our Nation’s infrastructure.
This letter encourages USACE to consult with the states as they consider any changes to section 401 authority under the CWA.