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Establishing a Water Resource Issue Management Program 43 2.3.3 Protocols for Integrating Water Resource Issue Management and Development Project Implementation The final aspect of the Water Resource Issue Management Plan is defining the protocols, methods, and strategies for integrating water resource issue management with development project implementation. A recommended approach to this integration is presented in Section 3. The approach is based on the following elements: · Having sufficiently comprehensive and accurate information on which decisions are based; · Understanding the continual feeding of information back and forth between the water resource issue assessment and development project implementation; · Needing to understand compliance concepts independently for individual water resource issues; and · Grasping the importance of consolidating the effects of complying with multiple water resource issues on development projects. As part of the Water Resource Issue Management Plan, it is recommended that the guiding principles and execution methods for managing the individual water resource issues be defined.