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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers strives to protect, sustain, and improve the natural and man-made environment of our Nation, and is committed to compliance with applicable environmental and energy statutes, regulations, and Executive Orders. Sustainability is not only a natural part of the Corps' decision processes, it is part of the culture.

Sustainability is an umbrella concept that encompasses energy, climate change and the environment to ensure today's actions do not negatively impact tomorrow. The Corps of Engineers is a steward for some of the Nation's most valuable natural resources, and must ensure customers receive products and services that provide sustainable solutions that address short and long-term environmental, social, and economic considerations.

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sustainability Scorecard - November 2017

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 Sustainability Scorecard assesses performance toward statutory and Executive Order goals, which were in place prior to the beginning of the current Administration. The scorecard is published by the Office of Management and Budget(OMB) and includes data, metrics, and scoring criteria developed in accordance with existing statutory and Executive Order requirements applicable in FY 2016.

For the Fiscal Year 2017 Sustainability Scorecard, OMB intends to implement changes to reflect current policies and priorities. Additional information on federal sustainability programs available on the Office of Federal Sustainability website.