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Army Corps of Engineers Fiscal Challenges: Frequently Asked Questions
Nicole T. Carter (au); Charles V. Stern (au)
The Army Corps of Engineers is responsible for much of the federal water resources infrastructure in the U.S.. The Corps is faced with more demands for building and maintaining its projects than available federal funding allows. This situation is raising basic questions about how the Corps functions, including the efficacy, efficiency, and equity of Corps planning and implementation. Corps fiscal challenges have multiple underlying causes. The Corps and its infrastructure is expected to help meet the nationäó»s increasing demands on water resources and the services they provide; however, what the agency can accomplish given the level of federal funding provided is declining. At the same time, Corps asset management costs are increasing as facilities age. At issue for Congress is deciding how to tackle challenges facing the Corps in the context of a tight fiscal climate and other constraints (e.g., earmark moratoriums). Contents of this report: Introduction to Army Corps Fiscal Challenges; Appropriations; Backlog and Project Delivery; Authorizations and Missions; Navigation Expenditures and Trust Funds; Proposed Legislation Relevant to Corps Fiscal Challenges. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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