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Planning plays a vital role in supporting the Corps of Engineers Civil Works water resources development mission. Through planning activities, including feasibility studies, General and Limited Reevaluation Studies, Continuing Authorities Program studies, and Post Authorization Change studies, Corps planners help decision-makers identify water resources problems, conceive solutions to them and compare the importance of the inevitable conflicting values inherent in any solution.

The Planning Community Toolbox includes a wealth of information for planners and project delivery teams, including the policy, guidance, processes, and tools that are used every day in planning.

 

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Policy and Guidance Updates
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ball graphicEconomic Guidance Memorandum 15-01: Federal Interest Rates for Corps of Engineers Projects for Fiscal Year 2015 (10/16/14)
ball graphicPlanning Bulletin 2015-01: Vertical Team Alignment in Study Scoping (10/16/14)
ball graphicEconomic Guidance Memorandum 15-02: Current Normalized Proces (10/16/14)
ball graphicImplementation Guidance for WRRDA 2014 (10/07/14)
ball graphicWRRDA 2014, P.L. 113-121, June 20, 2014 (09/08/14)

 
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Planning Community Webinars
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ball graphicWinning With People: Trained, Equipped and Capable of Solving Problems: Understanding Planning Modernization: People (10/16/14)
ball graphicStrategies for Scoping 3x3x3 Studies (10/07/14)
ball graphicReclamation Managing Water in the West - Reclamations Water-Supply Activities (09/25/14)
ball graphicSMART Planning FY15 Interagency Projects (09/23/14)
ball graphicPlanning Tools and the IWRM Suite (09/08/14)
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Other News
ball graphicQuestion & Answer Session - SMART Planning FY15 Interagency Projects (10/16/14)
ball graphicSMART Guide: Planning Charettes Updated (10/07/14)
ball graphicPlanning Ahead Summer 2014 (09/02/14)
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Notices
 Black Dot Image Federal Register Notice - Proposals From Non-Federal Interests for Proposed Feasibility Studies and Proposed Modifications to Authorized Water Resources Development Projects or Feasibility Studies for Inclusion in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Annual Report.
The Water Resources Reform and Development Act of 2014 requires that the USACE publish a notice in the Federal Register to request proposals from non- federal interests for feasibility studies and modifications to authorized USACE water resources development projects or feasibility studies. This notice is the request for proposals for inclusion in the Annual Report to be issued in February 2015. Proposals must be submitted by December 3, 2014.
 Black Dot Image Alaska District is currently recruiting for the Chief of its Planning Section - Working and living in Alaska is a wholly unique experience. Leading the Alaska District Planning Section will give you the opportunity to develop projects in areas that even most Alaskans don't get to visit. With 225 Federally recognized Alaskan Native Tribes, the interaction with different cultures is a regular event. Many communities are still building their initial infrastructure, providing many opportunities for Corps assistance. Being the country's only arctic state, Alaska is on the front lines of climate change as well.

In addition, the recreational opportunities of Alaska abound. Hiking, climbing, river rafting, hunting, fishing, skiing, and dog sledding are just a few of the activities that are common place throughout the greater Anchorage area. Anchorage itself is a city with a population of 300,000. Being the central hub for many of Alaska's industries, Anchorage provides all the amenities of a major city without the crowds of people.

If you have questions about the position and the opportunities Alaska has to offer, please contact Bruce Sexauer.

 

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