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|Title:||Proceedings, Workshop on Operational Management Plans: Improving the Process : 5-7 Deceember 1989, Arlington, Texas|
|Authors:||Titre, John P.|
Peyman-Dove, Linda D.
Waring, Michael R.
|Keywords:||United States. Army. Corps of Engineers--Civil functions--Environmental aspects|
Environmental protection--United States--Planning--Congresses
Conservation of natural resources--United States--Management
|Publisher:||Environmental Laboratory (U.S.)|
U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station.
|Series/Report no.:||Technical Report;EL-91-4|
|Abstract:||A workshop entitled "Operational Management Plans: Improving the Process" was held in Arlington, TX, 5-6 December, 1989. The purpose of the workshop was to bring together a representative group of Corps personnel having responsibilities for preparing, reviewing, and implementing operational management plans (OMPs). Objectives of the workshop were to (a.) exchange information on approaches and experiences for preparing OMPs, (b.) discuss progress made and identify areas for improvement, and (c.) recommend future direction and identify needs. The workshop was organized into two morning speaker sessions followed by two afternoon discussion sessions. The sessions covered four major themes: (a.) project management, (b.) District coordination, (c.) master planning, and (d.) automation (especially geographic information systems). The proceedings contain text from the presentations of 17 speakers, a summary of the discussion sessions, and useful appendixes for improving the process of preparing and implementing OMPs. Recommendations from the attendees call for a national task force to develop a similar workshop to meet the growing needs of OMP preparers and reviewers.|
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