Engineer Circulars

Enter Search Value:
- without any prefix or suffix to find all records where a column contains the value you enter, e.g. Net
- with | prefix to find all records where a column starts with the value you enter, e.g. |Network
- with | suffix to find all records where a column ends with the value you enter, e.g. Network|
- with | prefix and suffix to find all records containing the value you enter exactly, e.g. |Network|

Pub Number Proponent Title Pub Date Latest Review Info
EC 11-1-115 CEMP-IP Military Programs Annual Execution Guidance 11/21/2022 This circular provides the Military Programs yearly execution guidance that is necessary to deliver premier engineering and construction, real estate, installation readiness, and environmental management products and services. United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is committed to serving the Army, Air Force, Department of Defense (DoD), and other U.S. Government agencies and foreign governments as assigned by delivering the program.
EC 11-2-225 CECW Civil Works Direct Program Development Policy Guidance Expires 31Mar23 3/31/2022 This Engineer Circular (EC) provides policy guidance for the development and submission of the Corps of Engineers direct Civil Works (CW) Budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 and Allocation Strategy for FY2023. In addition to this EC, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) CW Annual Program Development Manual will provide specific guidance for how project data is developed and managed for use in developing the CW Program.
EC 11-2-226 CECW-I Civil Works Direct Annual Execution Program Guidance Expires 30June24 7/1/2022 This Circular provides U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) program and project management policies and practices to ensure that execution of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Civil Works Program is conducted according to the Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2022 (Division D of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2022 (per Sec. 1 of Public Law 117-103) and with Executive Branch policies.
EC 37-1-139 CERM-F Operations in Lapse of Appropriation Guidance EXPIRES 30sep23 9/1/2022 This Circular provides information and guidance regarding the missions and functions of the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) that may continue to be carried out in the absence of available appropriations as well as those that may not.
EC 70-2-38 CERD/CECW Civil Works Research, Development, and Technology Process Expires 30June23 5/31/2021 This Circular provides the process for managing Civil Works Research, Development, and Technology (CW RD&T) according to the UTIS.
EC 1110-2-6075 CECW-EC Inundation Maps and Emergency Action Plans and Incident Management for Dams and Levee Systems Expires 1OCT22 10/1/2020 This document provides policy for the use and dissemination of inundation maps and supporting data to ensure consistent nationwide implementation and proper coordination of map products among Operations, Dam Safety, Levee Safety, Hydrologic, Hydraulic & Coastal (HH&C), and Geospatial Communities of Practice (CoPs). This document provides policy for emergency action plans (EAPs) for USACE operated and maintained dams and levee systems.
EC 1165-2-218 CECW-CE USACE Levee Safety Program Expires 31Mar23. 4/22/2021 This document establishes the policies for implementing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Levee Safety Program, and describes USACE activities, roles, and responsibilities for federally authorized levees.
EC 1165-2-220 CECW-ZB Policy And Procedural Guidance For Processing Request To Alter US Army Corps Of Engineers Civil Works Projects Pursuant to 33 USC 408 9/10/2018 The purpose of this Engineer Circular (EC) is to provide policy and procedural guidance for processing requests by private, public, tribal, or other federal entities to make alterations to, or temporarily or permanently occupy or use, any US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) federally authorized Civil Works project pursuant to 33 USC 408 (Section 408).  Proposed alterations must not be injurious to the public interest or impair the usefulness of the USACE project.
Page 1  of  1 First Previous [1] Next Last