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EP 360-1-23 CEAGC-GSC National Inventory of Dams 11/1/2016 The National Inventory of Dams (NID) is a congressionally authorized database,which documents dams in the U.S. and its territories.
EP 1180-1-1 CECC-C Service Contract Act Labor Relations 2/1/2006 This pamphlet is designed to provide basic guidelines for all Corps employees tasked with the administration of Service Contract Act (SCA) responsibilities. Its primary aim is to effect a uniform and consistent program of administration of labor standards responsibilities throughout the Corps. With the exception of very complex and unusual problems, this pamphlet attempts to provide answers to questions that most generally arise in connection with service contract labor standards. Official acquisition policy is found in the Federal Acquisition Regulation, and its supplements. If there is any conflict between the FAR system requirements and this pamphlet, the current FAR system rules apply.
EP 500-1-2 CECO-GP Emergency Employment of Army and Other Resources - Field Force Engineering - United States Army Corps of Engineers Support to Full Spectrum Operations 8/1/2010 This pamphlet fills a fundamental role in describing FFE as the means for USACE support to full spectrum operations.
EP 1110-2-7 CECW Hydrologic Risk 5/1/1988 A purpose statement is not given in this pamphlet, instead the Forward is entered here:                                                                                                                                                                 One of the goals of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is to mitigate, in an economically-efficient manner, damage due to floods.  Assessment of the risk of flooding is a critical step in deciding hot best to accomplish this goal.  This pamphlet describes how we in the Corps estimate hydrologic risk, how we use these estimates in project planning, and how the randomness of nature makes our task difficult.
EP 310-1-6a CECW Sign Standards Manual, VOL 1 5/1/2019
EP 1165-2-502 CECW-A Ecosystem Restoration - Supporting Policy Information 9/30/1999 This pamphlet provides policy information in support of ER 1165-2-501 to guide Corps of Engineers involvement in ecosystem restoration and protection through Civil Works programs and activities.
EP 1165-2-1 CECW-AG Digest of Water Resources Policies and Authorities 7/30/1999 This pamphlet provides a brief summary, in digest form, of the existing administrative and legislative water resources policies and authorities pertinent to the Civil Works activities of the Corps of Engineers.
EP 1110-2-18 CECW-CE Guidelines for Landscape Planting And Vegetation Management At Levees, Floodwalls, Embankment Dams, And Appurtenant Structures 5/1/2019 This EP provides guidelines to assure that landscape planting and vegetation management provide aesthetic and environmental benefits without compromising the reliability of levees, floodwalls, embankment dams, and appurtenant structures.
EP 415-1-260 CECW-CE Area/Resident Engineer Management Guide 3/31/2016 This Engineer Pamphlet supersedes EP 415-1-260, Dated 6 December 1990
EP 415-1-261 CECW-CE Quality Assurance Representative's Guide Vol 6 4/21/2016 Building Envelopes
EP 1105-1-1 CE-CW-CE Sponsor's Guide to the USACE Levee Safety Program 6/1/2018 Levees are critical flood risk management infrastructure that help reduce the frequency of flooding for people and property. More than a trillion dollars of public and private property, including homes and businesses, are behind USACE levees. These leveed areas also contain critical infrastructure, such as highways, hospitals, schools and utilities, and significant environmental and cultural resources
EP 715-1-7 CECW-CE, CEPR-P Architect Engineer Contracting in USACE 2/29/2012 This pamphlet provides guidance and procedures for contracting for architect-engineer with the Brooks Architect-Engineer Act and the acquisition
regulations referenced below. The guidance and procedures in this pamphlet promote fair, efficient and consistent A-E contracting practices throughout the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
EP 1130-2-550 CECW-CO Recreation Operations and Maintenance Guidance and Procedures 11/15/1996 This chapter establishes guidance for the management of recreation programs and activities, and for the operation and maintenance of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) recreation facilities and related structures, at civil works water resource projects and supplements ER 1130-2-510, Recreation Operations and Maintenance Policies.
EP 1130-2-551 CECW-CO Hydropower Operations and Maintenance Policy Implementation of Bulk Power System Reliability Compliance Program 9/30/2009 This Engineer Pamphlet (EP) provides policy and guidance to establish and maintain a USACE corporate program for compliance with the applicable Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved Bulk Power System (BPS) Reliability Compliance Standards.  For the purpose of this document, the term "compliance" is understood to mean "voluntary compliance" with applicable Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved Bulk Power System Reliability Standards.  Compliance shall be executed to the maximum extent possible within the constraints of authorized and appropriated resources.  This program shall be referred to herein and after as the Army Corps of Engineers Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement (ACE-CME) Program.
EP 25-1-117 CECW-CO State of the Infrastructure-A Joint Report by the Bureau of Reclamation and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 12/1/2019 The December 2019, "State of the Infrastructure, A Joint Report by the Department of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works (USACE)" (EP-25-1-117) enhances public awareness of federal water resource infrastructure and the strengths and challenges of owning, operating and maintaining this infrastructure.
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