OECAOffice of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance
OECAOrganizaciones Económicas Campesinas (Campesino Economic Organizations)
OECAOntario Educational Communications Authority (Canada)
OECAOhio and Erie Canalway (Cleveland, OH)
OECAOptoelectronic Components and Applications (Dahlwitz-Hoppegarten, Germany)
OECAOrthogonal Electrode Catheter Array (cardiovascular medicine)
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The Guidance applies to OECA, all EPA regional enforcement programs, and states and tribes implementing EPA-approved inspection and enforcement programs.
OECA should develop a management plan for Core TSCA enforcement that includes "training, consistent enforcement strategies across regions for monitoring and inspection protocols, and a list of manufacturers and importers of chemicals for strategic targeting.
In 2014, the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council will re-evaluate the effectiveness of the OECA.
At the time of the Schregardus nomination, environmentalists worried that the administration was trying to neuter the OECA by appointing someone whose views were "in outright opposition to the enforcement of federal laws," as the directors of a number of environmental groups wrote in a letter to senators last July.
The Enforcement and Compliance History Online, or ECHO, developed and maintained by OECA is the most prominent publicly accessible database.
While OECA provides overall direction on enforcement policies and occasionally takes direct enforcement action, many enforcement responsibilities are carried out by EPA's 10 regional offices.
On November 12, 2007, OECA announced EPA's current national enforcement and compliance assurance priorities for the years FY2008 through FY2010.
Herman, Assistant Administrator for Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, to the OECA Office Directors et al.
FY 1995, at 3-11 (reporting that the number of criminal enforcement cases initiated was up from a record 525 cases in fiscal year 1994 to 562 cases in fiscal year 1995); OECA, EPA, ENFORCEMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS REP.