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WRRDA 2014 Implementation Guidance

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SECTION SECTION NAME
1001 Vertical integration and acceleration of studies
1002 Consolidation of studies
1003 Expedited completion of reports
1004 Removal of duplicative analyses
1005 (a)(1) [a-k] and [n-o] Project acceleration: 2045 (a)-(k) and (n)-(o) of WRDA 2007 as amended
1005 (a)(1)  [l] Project acceleration: 2045 (l) of WRDA 2007 as amended - Categorical Exclusions
1005 (a)(1)  [m] Project acceleration: 2045 (m) of WRDA 2007 as amended - GAO Report 
 1005(b) Categorical Exclusions in emergencies
1006 Expediting the evaluation and processing of permits
1006 (1) GAO Report.  Section 214(a)(5) of WRDA 2000, as amended
1007 Expediting approval of modifications and alterations of projects by non-Federal interests
1008 Expediting hydropower at Corps of Engineers facilities
1009 Enhanced use of electronic commerce in Federal procurement
1010 Determination of project completion
1011 Prioritization
1012 (a) Transparency in accounting and administrative expenses
1012 (b) National Academy of Public Administration
1013 Evaluation of Project Partnership Agreements
1014 (a) Studies of water resources development projects by non-Federal interest
1014 (b) Construction of water resources development projects by non-federal interests 
1014 (b)
204 (f)
Assumption of Maintenance
1015 Contributions by non-Federal interests
1016 Operation and maintenance of certain projects
1017 Acceptance of contributed funds to increase lock operations
1018 Credit for in-kind contributions
1019 Clarification of in-kind credit authority
1020 Transfer of excess credit
1021 Crediting authority for federally authorized navigation projects
1022 Credit in lieu of reimbursement
1023 Additional contributions by non-Federal interests
1024 Authority to accept and use materials and services
1025 Water resources projects on Federal land
1026 Clarification of impacts to other Federal facilities
1027 Clarification of munition disposal authorities
1028 Clarification of mitigation authority
1029 Clarification of interagency support authorities
1030 Continuing authority
1031 (a) Tribal partnership program
1031 (b) Cooperative agreements with Indian tribes
1032 Territories of the United States
1033 Corrosion prevention
1034 Advanced modeling technologies
1035 Recreational access
1036 Non-Federal plans to provide additional flood risk reduction
1037 (a) HSDR Extension of period of nourishment
1037 (a)(2) HSDR  Special Rule
1037 (b) Hurricane and storm damage reduction review of projects
1038 Reduction of Federal costs for hurricane and storm damage reduction projects
1039 (a)(1) Invasive Species - Aquatic Species Review
1039 (a)(2) Invasive Species - Federal Investments
1039 (b) Invasive Species - Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention
1039 (c) Invasive Species - Prevention, Great Lakes and Mississippi River Basin
1039 (d) Invasive Species - Prevention and Management
1040 Fish and wildlife mitigation
1041 Mitigation status report
1042 Reports to Congress
1043 (a) Non-Federal implementation pilot program for feasibility studies
1043 (b) Non-Federal implementation pilot program for construction
1044 Independent peer review
1045 Report on surface elevations at drought affected lakes
1046 (a)(2)(A) Reservoir operations and water supply (Assessment of Water Supply in Arid Regions)
1046 (a)(2)(B) Updated Report on Operating Purposes of Corps Reports
1046 (a)(3) GAO Report to Congress
1046 (a)(4) Interagency Cooperative Agreements
1046 (a)(5) Funding
1046 (b) Improving Planning and Administration of Water Supply Storage
1046 (c) Surplus Water Storage
1046 (d) Future Water Supply
1047 (a) Special use permits
 1047 (b) Special use permits - Cooperative management
 1047 (c) Special use permits - Use of funds
 1047 (d) Special use permits - Services of volunteers
 1047 (e) Special use permits - Training and educational activities
1048 America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass program
1049 Applicability of spill prevention, control, and countermeasure rule
1050 (a) Donald G. Waldon, Lock & Dam
1050 (b) Redesignation of Lower Mississippi River Museum Riverfront Interpretative Site
1050 (c) Jerry Costello Lock and Dam
1051 Interstate water agreements and compacts
1052 Sense of Congress regarding water resources development bills
2001 Definitions
2002 Project delivery process reforms
2003 Efficiency of revenue collection
2004 (a) Inland Waterways Construction Bonds Study
2004 (b) Potential Revenue Sources For Inland and Intracoastal Waterways Infrastructure
2005 Inland Waterways Stakeholder Roundtable
2006 Preserving the Inland Waterway Trust Fund (Olmsted)
2007 (a) Inland waterways oversight
2007 (b) Annual Financial Review
2007 (c) GAO Report
2008 Assessment of operation and maintenance needs of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway
2009 Inland waterways riverbank stabilization
2010 Upper Mississippi River Protection
2011 Corps of Engineers lock and dam energy development
2012 Restricted areas at Corps of Engineers dams
2013 Operation and maintenance of fuel taxed inland waterways
2101 Funding for harbor maintenance programs
2102 Operation and maintenance of harbor projects
2103 Consolidation of deep draft navigation expertise
2104 Remote and subsistence harbors
2105 Arctic deep draft port development partnerships
2106 Additional measures at donor ports and energy transfer ports
2107 Preserving United States harbors
3001 Dam Safety
3011 Systemwide improvement framework
3012 Management of flood risk reduction projects
3013 Vegetation management policy
3014 Levee certifications
3015 Planning assistance to States
3016 Levee safety
3017 Rehabilitation of existing levees
3021 Use of innovative materials
3022 Durability, sustainability, and resilience
3023 Study on risk reduction
3024 Management of flood, drought, and storm damage
3025 Post-disaster watershed assessments
3026 Hurricane and storm damage reduction study
3027 Emergency communication of risk
3028 Safety assurance review
3029 (a) Emergency Response to Natural Disasters
3029 (b)  Review of Emergency Response Authorities 
3029 (c)  Reports 
4001 River basin commissions
4002 (a) Mississippi River Forecasting Improvements
4002 (b)  Middle Mississippi River Pilot Porgram
4002 (c) Greater Mississippi River Basin Severe Flooding and Drought Management
4002 (d) Flexibility in Maintaining Navigation
4003 (a) Missouri River  Basin Flood and Drought Monitoring
4003 (b) Missouri River Between Fort Peck Montana and Gavins Point Dam, SD
4003 (c) Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee Expenses Reimbursement
4003 (d) Upper Missouri River Shoreline Stabilization
4003 (e) Missouri River Fish and Wildlife Mitigation
4003 (f) Lower Yellowstone
4004 Arkansas River
4005 Columbia River
4006 Rio Grande
4007 Northern Rockies headwaters
4008 Rural Western water
4009 North Atlantic Coastal Region
4010 (a) Chesapeake Bay
 4010 (b) Chesapeake Bay Oyster Restoration
4011 Louisiana coastal area
4012 Red River Basin
4013 (a) Raritan River
4013 (b) Des moines, Boone and Racoon Rivers
4013 (c) South Florida Coastal Area
4013 (d) Trinity River and Tributaries
4013 (e) Central and Southern Florida Canal
4013 (f) South Platte River Watershed
4013 (g) Potomac River
4014 Ocean and coastal resiliency
5001 General authority for capitalization grants
5002 Capitalization grant agreements
5003 Water pollution control revolving loan funds
5004 Requirements
5005 Report on the allotment of funds
5006 Effective date
5011 Watershed pilot projects
5012 Definition of treatment works
5013 Funding for Indian programs
5014 Water infrastructure public-private partnership pilot program
5021 Short title
5022 Definitions
5023 Innovative Financing Pilot Projects:  Authority to provide assistance
5024-5033 Innovative Financing Pilot Projects: Applications, eligible entities, projects eligible for assistance, activities eligible for assistance, and determination of eligibility and project selection
5034 (a) Innovative Fianancing Pilot Projects:  Agency Reporting
 5034 (b) Innovative Financing Pilot Projects: Reports to Congress
5035 Requirements
6001 Deauthorization of inactive projects
6002 Review of Corps of Engineers assets
6003 Backlog prevention
6004 a (1) Walnut Creek (Pacheco Creek) CA
6004 a (2) Walnut Creek (San Ramon Creek) CA
6004 a (3) Eightmile River, Connecticut
6004 a (4) Hillsborough (Hillsboro) Bay and River, Florida
6004 a (5) Kahului Wastewater Reclamation Facility, Maui, Hawaii
6004 a (6) Lucan Berg Pit, Illinois
6004 a (7) Port of Iberia, Louisiana
6004 a (8) Rockland Harbor, Maine
6004 a (9) Thomaston Harbor, Georges River, Maine
6004 a (10) Corsica River, Queen Anne's County, Maryland
6004 a (11) Goose Creek, Somerset County, Maryland
6004 a (12) Lower Thoroughfare, Deal Island, Maryland
6004 a (13) Gloucester harbor and Annisquam River, Massachusetts
6004 a (14) Clatsop County Diking District No 10, Kaarlson Island, Oregon
6004 a (15) Numberg Dike No 34 Leveed Area, Clatsop County Diking District No 13, Clatsop County, Oregon, Walluski-Youngs
6004 a (16) Easat Fork of Trinity River, Texas
6004 a (17) Burnham, Canal Wisconsin
6004 a (18) Manitowoc Harbor, Wisconsin
6004 b Seward Waterfront, Seward, Alaska
6004 c Port of Hood River, Oregon
6005 (a) Oakland Inner harbor Tidal Canal, CA
6005 (b) St. Charles County, Missouri Land Exchange
6005 (c) Tulsa Port of Catoosa, Rogers County, Oklahoma Land Exchange
6005 (d) Hammond Boat Basin, Warrenton, Oregon
6005 (e) Craney Island Dredged Material Management Area
6005 (f) City of Aasotin, Washington
6005 (g) Generally Applicable Provisions
6005 (h) Release of Use Restrictions
7001 Annual report to congress
7002 Authorization of final feasibility studies
7003 Authorization of project modifications recommended by the Secretary
7004 Expedited consideration in the House and Senate