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EC 11-2-204 CECW-ID Corps of Engineers Civil Works Direct Program: Budget Development Guidance Fiscal Year 2015 3/31/2013 3/31/2015 Provides guidance for the development and submission of the Corps of Engineers direct Civil Works budget for Fiscal Year 2015 around eight business lines, three mainfunding accounts, and three functional programs.
EC 11-2-206 CECW-ID Corps of Engineers Civil Works Direct Program Budget Development Guidance Fiscal Year 2016 3/31/2014 3/31/2016 This EC supersedes EC 11-2-204; dated 31 March 2013
EC 25-1-349 CECW-CE Rescission 11/1/2011 10/31/2013 Rescission notice that rescinds ER 1110-1-1001, Standard Survey Disc; ER 715-1-21, Procurement - Electronic Contract Solicitations; ER 15-1-43, USACE Acquisition Corporate Group; and EP 500-1-4, Corps Employee's Guide for Mobilization.
EC 25-1-350 CERM-ZA Rescission 1/8/2014 1/8/2016 EP 37-1-6 is replaced by ES 11044
EC 25-1-351 CECW-CE Rescission 3/31/2014 3/31/2016 Rescission: ER 415-2-4
EC 25-1-353 CECW-CE Rescission 3/31/2014 3/31/2016 Rescission for ER 15-121; ER 15-1-25; ER 70-2-5; ER 110-1-260; ER 1110-3-107; ER 1110-3-108; ER 1110-3-111; ENG form 5029; ER 1110-345-122
EC 1165-2-212 CECW-CE Sea-Level Change Consideration for Civil Works Programs 10/1/2013 3/31/2014 Chane 1 to EC 1165-2-212, 1 October 2011, extends the expiration date to 31 March 2014.
EC 1165-2-214 CECW Civil Works Review 12/15/2012 12/15/2014 Establishes an accountable, comprehensive, life-cycle review strategy for Civil Works products by providing a seamless process for review of all Civil Works projects from initial planning through design, construction, and Operation, Maintenance, Repair, Replacement and Rehabilitation (OMRR&R).
EC 1165-2-215 CECW-CE Use and Dissemination of Dam and Levee Inundation Map Data 7/15/2013 6/30/2015 Provides guidance on the use and release of dam and levee inundation maps and all appurtenant data such as the models and assumptions used to develop the maps.
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