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EP 5-1-1 CEMP-CN Management Capacity Development - International 6/30/2009 This pamphlet provides general guidance and a framework for the planning and implementation of international capacity development (CD) for programs and projects conducted or supported by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
EP 5-1-5 CEMP-MD Lessons Learned on Israeli Airbase Program 9/1/1982 This document presents specific problems from a "Lessons Learned" standpoint with a view to advancing Corps-wide awareness of problems associated with projects of this nature.
EP 11-1-3 CEMP-ZV, DAEN-ECE_V Value Engineering Officer's Operational Guide 1/1/1987 This pamphlet prescribes the basic duties and responsibilities of Value Engineering Officers (VEO) and procedures for operation of Value Engineer (VE) programs.
EP 11-1-4 CEMP-ZV Value Engineering: A Profitable Partership 5/15/1995 The VE Program also offers contractors a unique opportunity to increase profits - often substantially.
EP 11-1-5 CESI To Form A More Perfect Corps 7/22/1987 Contact publications representative for more information.
EP 37-1-3 CERM-B Budget Officer's Handbook 5/1/1998 This pamphlets prescribes procedures and sample formats to assist Commanders and Laboratory Directors in establishing and using operation budgets.
EP 37-1-4 CERM-FP Cost of Doing Business 4/10/1992 The VE Program also offers contractors a unique opportunity to increase profits - often substantially.
EP 37-1-5 CERM-B Budget and Manpower Resource Management Cycle 2/25/1994 To provide time frame guidelines for the budget and manpower cycle from USACE Major Subordinate Commands to HQUSACE/OCE and to higher authority.
EP 70-1-4 CERD Research and Development - Information for Inventors 7/1/2010 Protect Your Rights - If you have not taken any steps to seek patent protection for your invention, your legal interests could be affected by your disclosure of information to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
EP 75-1-3 CECW-ET Explosives - Recovered Chemical Warfare Materiel (RCWM) Response Process 11/30/2004 This pamphlet provides detailed procedures on the process to be used to manage and execute all aspects of Recovered Chemical Warfare Materiel (RCWM) response actions.
EP 200-1-2 CEMP-CE Process and Procedures for Shipping Hazardous Wastes and Other Hazardous Materials 1/15/2010 The enclosed appendix is a guide to the procedures and responsibilities primarily associated with the manifesting of hazardous wastes in accordance with the requirements of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act and the Department of Transportation regulations.
EP 200-1-10 CEMP-RT Green Building Technology in Hazardous Waste Cleanup Applications 12/10/1999 This Engineer Pamphlet (EP) identifies Green Building technologies and opportunities at Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste (HTRW) sites and provides guidance to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) personnel and their contractors for use of Green Building technologies at HTRW sites.
EP 200-1-15 CESO-I Environmental Quality: Standard Scopes of Work for HTRW Risk Assessments 12/15/2001 This Engineer Pamphlet (EP) will give United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) risk assessors the recommended basic/minimum requirements for scopes of work (SOW) to procure Architect-Engineer (A-E) services for preparing human health and ecological risk assessments for Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Wastes (HTRW) projects.
EP 200-1-18 CEMP-RA Environmental Quality: Five-year Reviews of Military Munitions Response Projects 9/30/2011 This Engineer Pamphlet (EP) provides U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) personnel with procedural guidance for performing Five-Year Reviews for projects under the Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP).
EP 200-1-23 CEMO-RA Spill Reporting Procedures for USACE Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste (HTRW) Projects 1/31/2012 This pamphlet is intended to support: (i) the USACE policy for the prevention, control, reporting, and contingency planning for spills of oil and hazardous substances; and (ii) the USACE goal to use, generate, transport, store, handle, and dispose of oil and hazardous substances in a manner that protects the environment and public health.
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