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EPA Seeks Comment on Draft  National Program Guidance For FY 2005
Congressman Doolittle's office
 Tue, March 16, 2004 2:43 pm

EPA is seeking public review and comment on draft guidance designed to
implement the water elements of the new EPA Strategic Plan.  The new
draft National Water Program Guidance for FY 2005 is now available on
the internet at http://www.epa.gov/ocfo/npmguidance/index.htm

In October of 2003, EPA published a new Strategic Plan describing
specific environmental and public health improvements we hope to
accomplish by 2008.  The draft National Water Program Guidance for FY
2005 builds on the new EPA Strategic Plan by defining the process for
creating an operational plan for water programs for fiscal year 2005.

Over the next month, EPA will work with State and Tribal partners and
the public to improve this draft Guidance.  A final Guidance document
will be published by mid-April.  This final Guidance will provide the
foundation for work by EPA Regions, States and Tribes to develop FY 2005
annual work plans or Performance Partnership Agreements.

Comments should be provided to Marjorie Jones at the Office of Water
(jones.marjorie@epa.gov) by March 30th.

Jason Larrabee
Senior Legislative Assistant
Congressman John T. Doolittle



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