The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, DoD has issued a notice for proposals pursuant to
Section 7001 of Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA)
2014, as amended. This requires the Secretary of the Army annually submit to the
Congress a report (Annual Report) that identifies feasibility reports, proposed
feasibility studies submitted by non-Federal interests, proposed modifications to
authorized water resources development projects or feasibility studies, and proposed
modifications to environmental infrastructure program authorities that meet certain
criteria. The Annual Report is to be based, in part, upon requests for proposals
submitted by non-Federal interests.
Proposals must be submitted online by August 27, 2019.
For more information, send an email to the help desk at
WRRDA7001Proposal@usace.army.mil or call Lisa Kiefel, Planning and Policy Division,
Headquarters, USACE, Washington, DC at 202-761-0626.
To be included in the first table within the Annual Report table, the proposals must
meet the following criteria:
1. Are related to the missions and authorities of the USACE; involve a proposed or
existing USACE water resources project or effort whose primary purpose is
flood and storm damage reduction, commercial navigation, or aquatic ecosystem
restoration. Following long-standing USACE practice, related proposals such as for
recreation, hydropower, or water supply, are eligible for inclusion if undertaken
in conjunction with such a project or effort.
2. Require specific congressional authorization, including by an Act of Congress;
Comprise the Following Cases
a. Requires Construction Authorization
- Signed Chief's Reports;
- Non-Federal feasibility reports submitted to the Secretary of the Army under
- Section 203 of WRDA 1986, as amended, under Administration review;
- Ongoing feasibility studies that are expected to result in a Chief's Report;
- Proposed modifications to authorized water resources development
- projects requested by non-Federal interests.
b. Seeking Study Authorization
- New feasibility studies proposed by non-Federal interests through the
- Section 7001 of WRRDA 2014 process will be evaluated by the USACE to
- determine whether or not there is existing study authority, and
- Proposed modifications to studies requested by non-Federal interests through
- the Section 7001 of WRRDA 2014 process will be evaluated by the USACE to determine whether or not there is existing study authority.
The full notice can be found here:
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