USACE

AcronymDefinition
USACEUnited States Army Corps of Engineers
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This is claimed to be their second consecutive IDIQ contract with the USACE Walla Walla District.
Beginning in January, visitors to the approximately 240 designated USACE recreation projects will be able to purchase or obtain the following interagency recreation passes -- Interagency Senior Pass, Interagency Access Pass, Interagency Annual Pass, Interagency Military Pass, Interagency Every Kid in a Park 4[sup.
At USACE, we use the NFRs, as well as our own OMB-123 program test results, both to mitigate the findings in the next audit and to Improve our internal controls and processes going forward.
USACE provides engineering support to CBP relative to their Tactical Infrastructure on the southern international border, working to strengthen national security and maintain U.
Serving successfully as the commander or deputy commander with no prior experience in the USACE organization is a challenging and arduous experience.
In May 2008, pursuant to a contract with a client, Fateiger fabricated a document that appeared to have been created by a USACE official and indicated that a particular area of land was not a wetland within the jurisdictional concerns of the USACE, according to a press release from the Department of Justice.
According to LTC Jim Porter, Deputy District Engineer of the USACE Sacramento District, the DoD initiative to relocate frequencies was "a blessing in disguise," as it brought with it the funding to update their aging radio system, which was comprised of all-analog components that were up to 25 years old.
The USACE is building many other facilities to give Soldiers and their families the same quality of life their civilian counterparts enjoy.
The collaboration between USGS and USACE highlights efforts underway by several agencies in the federal government to share existing assets and expertise in geotechnology.
In 1992, Congress authorized the Central and Southern Florida Comprehensive Review Study (the "Restudy"), which was begun by the USACE in 1993.
The Center for Policy and Law Enforcement multi-year grant-funded research project on NUMEC forwarded files to USACE and will identify other classified files which could maximize safety and minimize taxpayer-funded cleanup costs.
The Personal Services Contract offers Afghan engineering and technical staff to execute work with USACE personnel overseeing construction projects all over Afghanistan.