Accession Number : ADA319383
Title : Planning Manual.
Descriptive Note : Draft rept.,
Corporate Author : GREELEY-POLHEMUS GROUP INC WEST CHESTER PA
Personal Author(s) : Yoe, Charles E.
PDF Url : ADA319383
Report Date : DEC 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 277
Abstract : These Principles are established pursuant to the Water Resources Planning Act of 1965 (Pub. L. 89-80), as amended (42 U.S.C. 1962a-2 and d-1). These Principles supersede the Principles established in connection with promulgation of principles, standards and procedures at 18 CFR, Parts 711, 713, 714 and 716. These principles are intended to ensure proper and consistent planning by Federal agencies in the formulation and evaluation of water and related land resources implementation studies. Implementation studies of the following agency activities are covered by these principles: (a) Corps of Engineers (Civil Works) water resources project plans; (b) Bureau of Reclamation water resources project plans; (c) Tennessee Valley Authority water resources project plans; (d) Soil Conservation Service water resources project plans. Implementation studies are pre- or postauthorization project formulation or evaluation studies undertaken by Federal agencies. The Federal objective of water and related land resources project planning is to contribute to national economic development consistent with protecting the Nation's environment, pursuant to national environmental statutes, applicable executive orders, and other Federal planning requirements. (a) Water and related land resources project plans shall be formulated to alleviate problems and take advantage of opportunities in ways that contribute to this objective. (b) Contributions to national economic development (NED) are increases in the net value of the national output of goods and services, expressed in monetary units. Contributions to NED are the direct net benefits that accrue in the planning area and the rest of the Nation. Contributions to NED include increases in the net value of those goods and services that are marketed, and also of those that may not be marketed.
Descriptors : *RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, *ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, *WATER RESOURCES, *INSTRUCTION MANUALS, *FEDERAL LAW, REQUIREMENTS, ECONOMICS, DISTRIBUTION, FORMULATIONS, CONSISTENCY, PLANNING, ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, BENEFITS, LAND AREAS.
Subject Categories : Administration and Management
Government and Political Science
Water Pollution and Control
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE