From the Executive Summary:
There are some concerns that the current Corps planning and construction budget has not kept pace with expanding national water management needs for flood hazard management, water transportation, and other purposes. At the same time, others question the wisdom of and budgetary prospects for the continuation of a traditional water project construction program. Debates about water use and funding priorities now extend to intense scrutiny of Corps of Engineers planning, investment, and project operations programs.
Table of Contents
|1 Overview of Individual Panel Reports||11-27|
|2 Contemporary Context of National Water Planning||28-33|
|3 Trends and Milestones in Corps History||34-47|
|4 The Corps Planning Process; A New Opportunity||48-66|
|5 Supporting Portfolio Planning||67-83|
|Appendix A: Water Resources Development Act 2000||91-95|
|Appendix B: Committee Meetings and Presenters at the Committee's Information Gathering Meetings||96-98|
|Appendix C: Rosters||99-103|
|Appendix D: Biographical Information of Coordinating Committee and Staff||104-108|
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