Information Dashboard

This information dashboard is designed as one-stop shopping for reporters, bloggers or others who need a birds-eye view of all that's going on in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 

News

Louisville District Deputy District Engineer retires after 44 years
9/28/2022
Some mention legacy, some say legendary, but how would one properly sum up an esteemed 44-year career?Linda Murphy, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District Deputy District Engineer, is...
Savannah District graduates 2022 Leadership Develop Class
9/28/2022
Twelve members from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District, graduated from the USACE Leadership Development Program Level 2, during a ceremony Sept. 22 at the district headquarters. The...
ERDC R&D underpins harmful algal bloom removal technology at Ohio demonstration
9/28/2022
VICKSBURG, Miss.– U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) researchers attended a demonstration of freshwater harmful algae removal technology at William H. Harsha Lake in Batavia,...
USACE Kansas City District’s Meinert continues ERDC University Project
9/27/2022
Brandon Meinert, an advanced modeling manager with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Kansas City District, was recognized Sept. 15 as a graduate of U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development...
A $400,000 signature: Corps signs PAS agreement with Indiana County, Pennsylvania
9/27/2022
With a pen stroke, Pittsburgh District Commander Adam Czekanski set the gears in motion for a $426,000 project in Indiana County, Pennsylvania...
USACE-Albuquerque District leads SAME luncheon with small business focus
9/26/2022
The district recently led a Society of American Military Engineers luncheon to build on its strong Small Business Programs...
Learning alongside each other: Kansas City District ERDC-U graduates
9/26/2022
Two U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District employees recently graduated from a six-month program called ERDC University on Sept. 15, 2022, in Vicksburg, Mississippi, through the U.S. Army...
Back-up date for spraying Oct. 5
9/26/2022 UPDATED
Aerial mosquito treatment is scheduled over federal property on Craney Island Tuesday, Oct. 4. ...

News Releases

Corps to construct underwater sill to halt saltwater intrusion on Mississippi River
9/28/2022 UPDATED
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District will construct an underwater sill across the bed of the Mississippi River channel to prevent further upriver progression of salt water from the...
Memphis Power Team deploys to Alabama ahead of Hurricane Ian landfall
9/28/2022
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Memphis District has deployed a 20-member Emergency Power Planning and Response Team to support the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Hurricane Ian...
MKARNS Nav Notice SWL 22-54 Montgomery Point L&D - Closure Extension
9/28/2022
MKARNS - The lock closure at Montgomery Point Lock & Dam (NM 0.5), identified in Navigation Notice No. SWL 22-53 has been extended until further notice...
USACE Vicksburg District issues update to Lindy C. Boggs Lock and Dam closure schedule
9/28/2022
VICKSBURG, Miss. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Vicksburg District has changed the original schedule and is postponing the reopening Lindy C. Boggs Lock and Dam (L&D) to Red River...
Fort Peck fall release reductions start
9/28/2022
Planned release reductions from Fort Peck Dam will begin the end of this week. The release schedule for Sept. 28 is 8,000 cubic feet per second and will be stepped down to 4,000 cfs by Oct. 2...
A Fuzzy Epigenetic Model for Representing Degradation in Engineered Systems
9/28/2022
Abstract: Degradation processes are implicated in a large number of system failures, and are crucial to understanding issues related to reliability and safety. Systems typically degrade in response...
Cost share agreement signed for feasibility study in Brunswick, Missouri
9/28/2022
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District, the State of Missouri, and the Brunswick-Dalton Drainage District partnered to sign a Feasibility Cost Share Agreement for a feasibility study...
Corps awards $7.7 million contract for habitat restoration in Upper Pool 4
9/28/2022 UPDATED
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, awarded a $7.7 million contract to LS Marine, Inc., of Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, Sept. 26, 2022, to use dredged material, or river sand, from...

USACE News from DVIDS

  1. US, Azerbaijan participate in a natural disaster response tabletop exercise in Baku

    A team of seven American subject matter experts traveled to Baku for an emergency response workshop and exercise Sept. 20-22. The event was conducted in coordination with the U.S. Embassy Baku and the U.S. Department of Defense Civil-Military Emergency Preparedness program, under the Defense Security Cooperation Agency's Institute for Security Governance.
    9/23/2022
  2. US, Azerbaijan participate in a natural disaster response tabletop exercise in Baku [Image 6 of 6]

    U.S. and Azerbaijan military and civilian officials participate in a disaster response tabletop exercise Sept. 20-22 in Baku, Azerbaijan. The exercise was sponsored by the Civil-Military Emergency Preparedness program and included the participation of first responders from Azerbaijan and the United States. CMEP program events facilitate inter-ministerial and civil-military cooperation, enhance Armed Forces capabilities to provide defense support to civil authority, and foster regional / multilateral cooperation to support response to disasters. (Photo courtesy U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)
    9/23/2022
  3. US, Azerbaijan participate in a natural disaster response tabletop exercise in Baku [Image 5 of 6]

    U.S. and Azerbaijan military and civilian officials participate in a disaster response tabletop exercise Sept. 20-22 in Baku, Azerbaijan. Top leaders at the workshop included Maj. Gen. Niyazi Zamanov, head of the Department of Civil Defense in the Azerbaijan Ministry of Emergency Situations (second from right), and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Director of Military Programs Dr. Christine Altendorf (third from right). The exercise was sponsored by the Civil-Military Emergency Preparedness program and included the participation of first responders from Azerbaijan and the United States. CMEP program events facilitate inter-ministerial and civil-military cooperation, enhance Armed Forces capabilities to provide defense support to civil authority, and foster regional / multilateral cooperation to support response to disasters. (Photo courtesy Azerbaijan Ministry of Emergency Situations)
    9/23/2022
  4. US, Azerbaijan participate in a natural disaster response tabletop exercise in Baku [Image 4 of 6]

    U.S. and Azerbaijan military and civilian officials participate in a disaster response tabletop exercise Sept. 20-22 in Baku, Azerbaijan. The exercise was sponsored by the Civil-Military Emergency Preparedness program and included the participation of first responders from Azerbaijan and the United States. CMEP program events facilitate inter-ministerial and civil-military cooperation, enhance Armed Forces capabilities to provide defense support to civil authority, and foster regional / multilateral cooperation to support response to disasters. (Photo courtesy U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)
    9/23/2022
  5. US, Azerbaijan participate in a natural disaster response tabletop exercise in Baku [Image 3 of 6]

    U.S. and Azerbaijan military and civilian officials participate in a disaster response tabletop exercise Sept. 20-22 in Baku, Azerbaijan. The exercise was sponsored by the Civil-Military Emergency Preparedness program and included the participation of first responders from Azerbaijan and the United States. CMEP program events facilitate inter-ministerial and civil-military cooperation, enhance Armed Forces capabilities to provide defense support to civil authority, and foster regional / multilateral cooperation to support response to disasters. (Photo courtesy Azerbaijan Ministry of Emergency Situations)
    9/23/2022
  6. US, Azerbaijan participate in a natural disaster response tabletop exercise in Baku [Image 2 of 6]

    U.S. and Azerbaijan military and civilian officials participate in a disaster response tabletop exercise Sept. 20-22 in Baku, Azerbaijan. The exercise was sponsored by the Civil-Military Emergency Preparedness program and included the participation of first responders from Azerbaijan and the United States. CMEP program events facilitate inter-ministerial and civil-military cooperation, enhance Armed Forces capabilities to provide defense support to civil authority, and foster regional / multilateral cooperation to support response to disasters. (Photo courtesy U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)
    9/23/2022
  7. US, Azerbaijan participate in a natural disaster response tabletop exercise in Baku [Image 1 of 6]

    U.S. and Azerbaijan military and civilian officials participate in a disaster response tabletop exercise Sept. 20-22 in Baku, Azerbaijan. The exercise was sponsored by the Civil-Military Emergency Preparedness program and included the participation of first responders from Azerbaijan and the United States. CMEP program events facilitate inter-ministerial and civil-military cooperation, enhance Armed Forces capabilities to provide defense support to civil authority, and foster regional / multilateral cooperation to support response to disasters. (Photo courtesy Azerbaijan Ministry of Emergency Situations)
    9/23/2022
  8. USACE Hiring Ad (with Audio)

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is a unique organization that is actively hiring for positions across our entire organization. Check out the opportunities we have for you at www.usace.army.mil/careers
    9/23/2022
  9. USACE Hiring Ad

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is a unique organization that is actively hiring for positions across our entire organization. Check out the opportunities we have for you at www.usace.army.mil/careers
    9/22/2022
  10. Institute for Water Resources developing ‘expert planners’ to solve tomorrow’s challenges today

    ALEXANDRIA, Va -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Institute for Water Resources (IWR) is strengthening the nation’s ability to solve complex water resource challenges through leadership development. Six planners from USACE districts nationwide completed IWR’s 2022 Planning Associates advanced training program, receiving their certification during an Aug. 24 graduation ceremony.
    9/16/2022
  11. IWR Planning Associates 2022

    ALEXANDRIA, VA -- (Aug. 24, 2022) The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Institute for Water Resources (IWR) graduated six planners (pictured) from USACE districts nationwide from their 2022 Planning Associates advanced training program, during a ceremony. The leadership training targets journeyman-level professionals in the field of water resources at the GS-9 through the GS-13 level of Federal service. The program consists of approximately 15 weeks of rigorous training over a two-year period.
    9/16/2022
  12. Forward Engineering Support Team Recruiting Video

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Field Force Engineering (FFE), Forward Engineering Support Team provides engineering services to the military, Department of Defense and federal agencies in support of military and catastrophic disaster relief operations relevant to national security.
    9/15/2022
  13. Corps Connection Season 2 Episode 12 Sept 2022

    In this episode we go overseas to Germany where Europe District highlights the work one of their field offices is doing as well as gives us an update on the construction of a new elementary school. The Norfolk District talks with the USACE Architect of the Year. And lastly, Buffalo District is helping a vital bait fish get upstream along the Niagara River
    9/9/2022
  14. Institute for Water Resources honors alumni with highest award

    ALEXANDRIA, VA -- (Aug. 11, 2022) The Institute for Water Resources (IWR), a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Field Operating Activity, has bestowed its highest honor to nine alumni by inducting them into the IWR Class of 2022 Distinguished Gallery of Employees.
    8/30/2022
  15. Institute for Water Resources honors Steve Martin [Image 7 of 7]

    ALEXANDRIA, VA -- (Aug. 11, 2022) The Institute for Water Resources (IWR), a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Field Operating Activity, has bestowed its highest honor to nine alumni by inducting them into the IWR Class of 2022 Distinguished Gallery of Employees, to include Steve Martin. Pictured: IWR Director, Joe Manus (right), and Steve Martin (left). Mr. Martin began his 29-year career with USACE in 1991 as an environmental scientist and emerged as a leader in compensatory mitigation policy and practice, chairing and developing multiple compensatory mitigation banks. Steve spent 16-years with IWR as the National Subject Matter Expert for compensatory wetland mitigation, advancing wetland and stream compensatory mitigation policy and implementation and helped develop and deliver national and regional interagency training on all aspects of compensatory mitigation. Mr. Martin established a framework of technology that supports better compensatory mitigation decisions while also establishing an infrastructure of relationships among private and public entities that facilitates more intelligent and productive exchanges.
    8/30/2022
  16. Institute for Water Resources honors Donna Wood [Image 6 of 7]

    ALEXANDRIA, VA -- (Aug. 11, 2022) The Institute for Water Resources (IWR), a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Field Operating Activity, has bestowed its highest honor to nine alumni by inducting them into the IWR Class of 2022 Distinguished Gallery of Employees, to include Donna E. Wood (left), pictured in a screen shot from the ceremony. Ms. Wood spent most of her 40-year career at IWR and was one of the founding information technology members of the navigation program. As project manager for the USACE Civil Works national navigation systems for 20-years, Donna developed resource plans and budgets for million-dollar systems covering production, development, and test environments. Additionally, Ms. Wood developed training and communication programs for end users of national systems including the Lock Performance Monitoring System. Donna was a technical person who saw the true value of integrating IT into the everyday processes of IWR and USACE. She was a visionary technical leader who saw the future and made it work.
    8/30/2022
  17. Institute for Water Resources honors Lawrence (Leigh) Skaggs [Image 5 of 7]

    ALEXANDRIA, VA -- (Aug. 11, 2022) The Institute for Water Resources (IWR), a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Field Operating Activity, has bestowed its highest honor to nine alumni by inducting them into the IWR Class of 2022 Distinguished Gallery of Employees, to include Lawrence (Leigh) Skaggs. Pictured: IWR Director, Joe Manus (right), and Lawrence (Leigh) Skaggs (left). During Mr. Skaggs 32-years with USACE and 17-years with IWR, he became widely regarded as a national expert in plan formulation, ecosystem restoration, multi-criteria decision analysis, cost-effectiveness/incremental cost analysis, risk and uncertainty, and planning in general. Additionally, Mr. Skaggs developed methods and tools that set the precedent for ecosystem restoration analysis, IWR Planning Suite, planning policy and training. Leigh was truly a Plan Formulation guru who loved sharing that knowledge with others. He is a mentor and friend to many and served as an inspiration to the USACE Planning Community.
    8/30/2022
  18. Publication - The Corps Environment

    The August 2022 issue of The Corps Environment is now available! This edition features initiatives from across the Army environmental community that are providing environmental benefits across the globe.
    8/30/2022
  19. Inside the Castle Celebrates Milestone Episode with the Chief of Engineers

    In this episode, Inside the Castle celebrates producing over 100 episodes with the Chief of Engineers, Lieutenant General Scott Spellmon. Listen in as we reflect on our favorite episodes, hear about key actions the Corps is taking to become a "Winning" organization, and learn how the Corps is enhancing partnerships with the Chief's Command Partnering Philosophy and Construction Project Partnering Playbook.
    8/29/2022
  20. Effectively Managing the Nation’s Water Resources

    The effective management of water resources is an inherently human challenge. There is still no substitute for water in its most important uses. And while water is essential, as a resource, it is unevenly distributed, difficult to capture, movable only at great cost, highly variable in availability, susceptible to pollution, and liable to spread illness. Managing our water resources requires strong organization and resourcing.
    8/19/2022
  21. Inside the Castle Remembers the 35W Bridge Collapse

    Fifteen years ago the 35W Bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota collapsed just south of Lock and Dam 1 which is owned and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District. Listen in to hear about the collapse and how USACE staff assisted with the response and recovery mission.
    8/19/2022
  22. Inside the Castle Mission Showcase - Puerto Rico Flood Risk Management

    After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico had significant infrastructure damage and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been working with locals to reduce flooding and ensure public health and safety for the citizens of Puerto Rico. Funding from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and emergency supplemental acts have provided a unique opportunity to construct new projects and promote resilience in Puerto Rico. Listen in to learn more about the Corps mission in Puerto Rico. For more information, visit the Jacksonville District website at: https://www.saj.usace.army.mil/
    8/4/2022
  23. Inside the Castle Emergency Operations Mission Spotlight - Temporary Housing and Critical Public Facilities Missions

    In this episode, Dr. Nadia Mohandessi sits down with Chris Klein, USACE Temporary Housing and Critical Public Facilities Program Manager and Tony Hill, Emergency Support Function #3 (ESF #3) Permanent Cadre Member, to learn more about the Temporary Housing mission and the Critical Public Facility mission, and how the Corps has worked over the past several years to deliver these vital missions to disaster survivors. The temporary housing mission, one of the many missions USACE can perform in support of FEMA under ESF #3 and the National Response Framework, involves overseeing the placement of temporary housing units at individual home sites, existing mobile home parks, or newly designed and constructed mobile home parks when an event has rendered existing homes uninhabitable. The Critical Public Facilities mission involves providing and/or constructing temporary critical public facilities such as government office space, police stations, fire stations, medical clinics, and school classrooms, when those permanent facilities have been rendered unusable after a disaster.
    7/27/2022
  24. Rep. Kaptur awarded Gold de Fleury Medal

    Congresswoman selected for her contributions to coastal resiliency, aquatic ecosystem restoration, and navigation infrastructure investments.
    7/21/2022
  25. Army Engineer Regiment Overview

    Take a moment to learn more about the U.S. Army Engineer Regiment. The Regiment currently consists of two elements: the 91,000 Army Engineer Soldiers serving in active duty, reserve, and National Guard troop units and the 38,000, largely civilian members, of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
    7/21/2022
  26. The Corps Connection

    This month we take a look at how @U.S. Army ERDC is expanding cold weather research, How @nashvillecorps and the rest of USACE looks at water quality around its dam projects, the @USACE Omaha District is working with the Air Force to construct a new B-21 Beddown facility in South Dakota, we look at how supports Military Construction efforts in the Baltics, Rangers get pepper sprayed as part of a training exercise, and finally a ranger from @LouisvilleUSACE has taken on a new role, bee keeper.
    7/20/2022
  27. Inside the Castle Regulatory Series Part 3

    In this episode we close out our three part regulatory series talking with Tunis McElwain, Deputy Chief of Regulatory at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters. Listen in and learn what Regulatory is doing to improve their processes and enhance capabilities to ensure USACE delivers the mission on time and within budget. Need more information about the USACE Regulatory Program? Visit us on the web at https://www.usace.army.mil/missions/civil-works/regulatory-program-and-permits/
    7/15/2022
  28. Inside the Castle Talks Revolutionizing Performance Monitoring

    In this episode, Inside the Castle takes a closer look at project performance monitoring and learns about the innovative ways the Corps is working to ensure quality projects are delivered on time and within budget. Listen as Rich Feibelman and Michele Rebmann talk about how they are working with teammates from across the Corps to revolutionize performance monitoring.
    7/7/2022
  29. Inside the Castle Talks USACE Construction Project Partnering Playbook

    In this episode, Inside the Castle showcases the newly published USACE Construction Partnering Playbook with Sue Dyer, Founder of the International Partnering Institute; Sheryl Gatz, Military Programs Strategic Planner at USACE Headquarters; and Darrick Godfrey, Senior Construction Engineer at USACE Headquarters. Published in April of 2022, the Partnering Playbook was developed in coordination with our industry partners and key practitioners in the field with first-hand construction project partnering knowledge and experience. It provides guidance, best practices, and scalable tools and processes that should be used to implement partnering on all USACE construction projects throughout the delivery life cycle. A copy of the Playbook can be found at: https://www.usace.army.mil/Business-With-Us/Partnering/. You can also find more information about partnering on the International Partnering Institute website at: https://partneringinstitute.org/.
    6/28/2022
  30. Inside the Castle Talks USACE Small Business

    In this episode, Inside the Castle talks about the USACE Small Business Program. The USACE Small Business Program assists firms doing business with the government to ensure small and disadvantaged businesses have the maximum opportunity to participate on contracts. Listen in to learn more and then visit USACE Small Business at https://www.usace.army.mil/Business-With-Us/Small-Business/ for even more resources to help small and disadvantaged businesses.
    6/21/2022
  31. 2022 Regimental Birthday Message

    Happy 247th Birthday to the US Army Corps of Engineers! Our nation established the Continental Army and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 247 years ago, beginning a rich heritage of engineering solutions to this nation’s toughest challenges. This week we set aside time to celebrate the continued courage, honor and loyalty of our soldiers and Department of the Army Civilians. No matter the challenges we face as a nation, engineers have been there on the front lines at home and abroad. Learn more about our history: https://go.usa.gov/xwP4u (Video by James Blackman)
    6/16/2022
  32. 55 From The Field - Sacramento District VA Outpatient Clinic Construction

    Lt. Gen. Scott Spellmon, USACE Commanding General and 55th Chief of Engineers, talks with Col. James Handura, Sacramento District commander, and Mr. Earl Chow, Sacramento District resident engineer about the ongoing construction of the Veterans Administration Outpatient Clinic in Stockton Calif. Learn more about the District's support to the Department of Veterans Affairs at https://www.spk.usace.army.mil/Missions/Department-of-Veterans-Affairs/
    6/16/2022
  33. Corps Connection Season 2 Episode 9 June 2022

    In this month’s Corps Connection, we highlight the start of Hurricane Season with the 249th Engineer Battalion as they got ready for this year’s season by performing a field training exercise. We also look at what a 12P Prime Power Production Specialist is, and how you can become one. @USACE Huntington District is working with small businesses to help them understand how to work on USACE projects. @Norfolk District Army Corps celebrates the start of the deepening of the Norfolk Harbor with a Project Partnership Agreement signing and they highlight their forestry mission. Finally, @U.S. Army ERDC needs your help at the beach! https://www.usace.army.mil/Business-With-Us/Small-Business/
    6/15/2022
  34. Inside the Castle - Supplemental Program Overview

    In this episode, Inside the Castle showcases the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ (USACE) Supplemental Program which is a once-in-a-generation opportunity for USACE to deliver water resource infrastructure projects that will positively benefit our communities across the Nation. Listen in to learn how the USACE is delivering the mission for the Nation by executing quality projects on time and within in budget, safely.
    6/15/2022
  35. 55 From the Field - San Francisco District Upper Guadalupe River

    Lt. Gen. Scott Spellmon, USACE Commanding General and 55th Chief of Engineers, talks with Lt. Col. Kevin Arnett, San Francisco District commander, and Julie Beagle, San Francisco District Environmental Planning Section chief, about the Upper Guadalupe River Flood Risk Management General Reevaluation Report currently being studied in San Jose, Calif.
    6/15/2022
  36. Inside the Castle Career Development: The End of the Road to New Horizons

    Learn about the Internal Career Acceleration Network (I-CAN), a new peer-to-peer knowledge sharing site where anyone in the Corps of Engineers can go to learn—and to teach! I-CAN was built using the milUniversity platform, which is available to all Department of Defense employees at no charge. — The episode also closes the book on Aaron Schlein's temporary detail with the Institute for Water Resources through the New Horizons program, where he was part of the I-CAN development team. — Link to previous New Horizons episode > https://www.dvidshub.net/audio/68133/career-development-road-new-horizons — Link to the Benefit/Cost Updates for Budget Development Course > https://www.milsuite.mil/university/ican-usace/courses/benefit-cost-updates/
    6/10/2022
  37. Publication - The Corps Environment

    The May 2022 edition of The Corps Environment is now available! This edition highlights protecting and preserving our environment, in support of Environmental Operating Principle #4.
    5/19/2022
  38. Publication - The Corps Environment

    The February 2022 edition of The Corps Environment is now available! This edition highlights fostering sustainability as a way of life, in support of Environmental Operating Principle #1, and features initiatives from across the Army environmental community that support a sustainable environment for current and future generations.
    2/28/2022
  39. Publication - The Corps Environment

    The February 2022 edition of The Corps Environment is now available! This edition highlights fostering sustainability as a way of life, in support of Environmental Operating Principle #1, and features initiatives from across the Army environmental community that that are helping to shape a sustainable environment for current and future generations.
    2/28/2022
  40. Publication - The Corps Environment

    The August 2021 edition of The Corps Environment highlights Environmental Operating Principle #5, Consider the environment in employing a risk management and systems approach throughout the life cycles of projects and programs. It features commentary from Richard G. Kidd IV, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Environment and Energy Resilience), titled Tackling climate change through DOD environmental, energy resilience efforts; and includes articles: Environmental DNA provides key to identifying, protecting endangered species; USACE uses emerging technology to destroy munitions, explosives; Army’s commitment to endangered species enhances training lands; USACE, Mechoopda Tribe celebrate project partnership; ERDC forms tiger team to tackle climate change; USAEC supports Army Modernization Strategy by moving technology from laboratory to field; Revolutionary device promises efficient ecosystem management; Virtual teaming key to superfund success; Omaha District leverages innovative approach to clean up, restore formerly used defense site; and more…
    8/23/2021
  41. Publication - The Corps Environment

    The May 2021 edition of The Corps Environment highlights protecting and preserving the environment in support of Environmental Operating Principle #4. It features commentary from Col. Alicia Masson, commander, U.S. Army Environmental Command, and features articles on initiatives across the Army environmental community.
    5/6/2021
  42. Publication - The Corps Environment

    The Corps Environment magazine is an online quarterly news publication published by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers under the provisions of AR 360-1 to provide information about USACE and U.S. Army environmental initiatives, policies and technologies.
    5/5/2021
  43. Publication - The Corps Environment

    This issue of The Corps Environment focuses on Environmental Operating Principle #2, Proactively consider environmental consequences and act accordingly. It features articles on supporting sustainable water resources through research and development; revitalizing city economies; using sensor technology to collect munitions data; restoration projects; researchers develop tools to address compounding natural disturbances; Army Environmental Stewardship Program; cleaning up contaminated sediments; synchronizing environmental efforts to sustain ecosystems; Secretary of the Army Award for Energy and Water Management; protecting Arizona's multiple cultural sites; Army Modernization Strategy minimizes impact to environment; preserving habitats of endangered species; using dredged sediment to rebuild salt marshes; the Network for Engineering With Nature; assessing environmental impacts; and, using science to address permafrost to support Army readiness.
    2/16/2021
  44. Publication - The Corps Environment

    This issue of The Corps Environment focuses on Environmental Operating Principle #2, Proactively consider environmental consequences and act accordingly. It features articles on Army cleanup and restoration initiatives; the Army Modernization Program; using sensor technology to advance munitions data collection; synchronizing efforts to sustain ecosystems; protecting cultural sites at Yuma Proving Ground; monitoring reservoir operations to preserve endangered species; using dredged sediment to rebuild marsh habitats; and, addressing permafrost to support Army readiness.
    2/16/2021
  45. Publication - The Corps Environment

    WWII Style infographic for the fight against COIVD
    1/20/2021
  46. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Bureau of Reclamation: A Joint Commitment to the Nation’s Water Infrastructure

    The State of the Infrastructure: A Joint Report by the Bureau of Reclamation and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provides a high-level overview of the infrastructure asset portfolio and related asset management practices, collaboration efforts, and future strategies.
    2/4/2020
  47. Army veteran becomes model federal employee

    Contract specialist with the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, overcomes childhood hardships to become valued employee and the 2019 Face of Queen Size Magazine, an award-winning monthly print and digital publication dedicated to servicing the full-figured industry.
    5/31/2019
  48. Army engineer officer retires after 23-year career

    BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- Lt. Col. Julie D'Annunzio retired from the U.S. Army following a 23-year career at a retirement ceremony in her honor held May 10 at the Fort Hamilton Community Club's Washington Room in Brooklyn, New York.
    5/16/2019
  49. State of the USACE Environmental Program

    Over the course of the past five years, I've had the privilege of championing our environmental mission alongside the highly-skilled and capable workforce within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). As I transition from serving as the Environmental Programs Chief at Headquarters to the Regional Programs Manager at North Atlantic Division, I would be remiss if I did not take this opportunity to give a shout-out to our USACE-wide environmental team and the value-added results they continue to deliver.
    4/12/2019
  50. Sustainability: Sustaining the Mission – Securing the Future

    Engaging with a diverse crowd of Arizona State University students, alumni, professors, and local veterans, Ms. Karen Baker, chief of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Environmental Division, discussed the value of, and successful initiatives in, sustainability within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers during Arizona State University’s Salute to Service program earlier this month. Participating in forums across the country, Baker aims to foster understanding of the USACE’s environmental mission and the progress being seen nationwide. For her recent engagement at Arizona State University, she focused her discussion on why sustainability principles are important to national security and USACE’s recent successes in energy efficiency, water conservation, sustainable acquisition, and fleet management.
    11/21/2018
  51. VidiU Streaming - CELRN Equipment Test

    VidiU Streaming - CELRN Equipment Test.
    11/7/2018
  52. SAJ End of Fiscal Year 18 Celebration and Feasibility and Cost Sharing Agreement

    Starting at 1200EST on 09 Oct 2018 the Jacksonville District - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will be hosting an End of Fiscal Year 18 Celebration and Feasibility and Cost Sharing Agreement.
    10/9/2018
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