A Company Fully Implements Performance Life Cycle Logistics In Life Cycle Management Work with Federal Contracts.

OGM is a specialist strategic Federal marketing consultancy whose purpose is to help business owners and managers achieve their Federal marketing and business development objectives.

We add value for our clients by providing real clarity of thinking around which they are targeting and what their go-to-market proposition needs to look like to successfully compete.

Corps of Engineers Water Resources Planning and Policy Studies Programs

The Institute for Water Resources (IWR) is a Corps of Engineers Field Operating Activity, located in Alexandria Virginia. It was created in 1969 to analyze and anticipate changing water resources management conditions, and to develop planning methods and analytical tools to address economic, social, institutional, and environmental needs in water resources planning and policy. Since itsinception, IWR has been a leader inthe development of tools and strategies to plan and execute Corps water resources planning.

About IWR Program

IWR's program emphasizes planning concepts for use by Corps field offices. Initially, this work relied heavily on the experience of highly respected planners and theorists, gained inthe many river basin and multiple purpose studies undertaken inthe 1960s. As these concepts matured and became a routine part of Corps planning, the emphasis shifted to developing improved methods for conducting economic, social, environmental, and institutional analyses. These methods were essential to implementation of the Water Resources Council's (WRC) Principles and Standards (P&S) and later, Principles and Guidelines (P&G) for water resources planning, which required a multi-objective analysis of tradeoffs among national and regional economic development, environmental quality, and social effects.

Subsequent Laws Used In Environmental Works

Subsequent laws, with new Public Law numbers, may amend the original law. Sometimes the amendment is an extensive revision of the entire law, and other times only minor changes are made. Also, the legislative title of the amending laws maybe the same or different. In each instance however, a new Public Law number is assigned to the law. In addition, some of the amendments to a given law appear as parts of other laws not related to the "parent" law. 

This makes it particularly difficult to obtain up-to-date information on an environmental law byusing Public Law citations. Over a dozen Public Laws were identified that amend the "Clean Water Act" (the Clean Water Act is just one of the amendments to the Federal Pollution Control Act which was originally passed in 1948). Usually, amendments contain onlythe modified portion(s) of the law. Special printings of a law, with the cumulative amendments, at the time of printing, are sometimes available, but not always.

LEXIS

LEXIS is an electronic database that provides information on statutes, executive orders, and regulations, which can be searched using keywords. It is available bysubscription through LEXIS-NEXIS Services. Subscriber and hourly access fees vary depending upon the service and subscription option selected. Within the Corps, this service is usually used by offices of counsel.

WESTLAW 

WESTLAW is an electronic database that provides access to the USCA, Federal regulations, case law, and administrative materials, as well as other law information and specialized data bases. West Publishing Company has a contract with the Libraryof Congress through the Federal Library and Information Center Committee (FLICC). 

The Army Corps of Engineers has an agreement with FLICC which has contracted with West Publishing Company for WESTLAW under a network arrangement. Corps offices can subscribe to WESTLAW; subscriber and hourly access fees vary depending upon the subscription option selected. Within the Corps, this service is usually used by offices of counsel.

The Federal Responsibility In Water Resources

The Constitution of the United States limits the authority of the Federal Government to those powers expressly delegated or as may reasonably be inferred from those granted. All other powers belong to the states or the people. Regardless of the character of Federal undertakings, enabling authority must be found among the powers conferred upon the Federal Government by the states. Over the years the Congress has enacted large amounts of legislation in accordance with those powers to define the Federal responsibility as followings -- 

Federal Powers Commerce Power Proprietary Power War Power Treaty-Making Power General-Welfare Power Judicial Power Compact Power.

Authorizing Legislation

House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works resolutions and specific legislation provide basic authorization for feasibility studies by the Corps. Generally, water resource developments recommended to the Congress in response to study authorities may not be implemented without being specifically adopted in law. 

The majority of the Corps water resources projects or programs fall into that category. However, Section 201 of the 1965 Flood Control Act, as amended, delegated to the Secretary of the Army the right to administratively authorize water resources developments for which the estimated Federal cost is less than $15 million.

If Involving Federal Costs In Excess Of $2 million

A project involving Federal costs in excess of $2 million will be transmitted to Congress for specific authorization.

(a) Regulatory activities over waters, 1899, 1972, 1977 and 1987; (b) Hydroelectric power in dams, 1912 and 1917; (c) Flood control, 1917, 1927, 1936, 1974; (d) Recreation navigation, 1932; (e) Recreation, 1944, 1962, and 1965; (f) Irrigation (limited), 1944; (g) Water supply, 1944, 1958, and 1965; (h) Shore and beach erosion protection, 1946, 1956, 1962, 1974, 1996; (I) Hurricane protection, 1955, 1958; (j) Fish and wildlife conservation, 1958, 1965, and 1974; (k) Water quality, 1961, 1972, 1974; (l) Environmental concern and emphasis, 1970; (m) Wastewater management, 1972; (n) Wetlands development, 1976 and 1992; (o) Groundwater damages, 1986; (p) Environmental Protection, 1990; (q) Ecosystem Restoration, 1986 and 1996.

At 2017 Specialties

Joint A Large Team-Member Ready to Aiming at 2017 Federal Wide-Open Business.

"In accordance with FAR Subpart 19.7 The Small Business Subcontracting Program". 

----- To Connected -----

Deign-Bid-Build, IDIQ, MATCO, Property Facility Managements, Global Manufacturing,  Maintenance and RFP Contracts. 

 "In compliance with FAR Part 9 Contractor Qualifications - FAR Part 12 Acquisition Of Commercial Items  - FAR Part 13 Simplified Acquisition Procedures - FAR Part 15 Contracting By Negotiation - FAR Part 16 Types Of Contracts - FAR Part 36 Construction and Architect-Engineer Contracts - FAR Part 46 Quality Assurance (et seq.)"

--------------------------------------------

Precise Scientific Proposal Documents

Contains 

Technology, Design, Cost  and High Quality Manner in compliance with Law.

Read more

Contact Us

T: (888) 452 - 7947

F: (919) 347 - 1079

E:info@ogmanagementllc.com

OGM - WBE/DBE/SBE Certifications:

 DC Metro,  NJDOT,  PADOT, NCDOT, GADOT, TNDOT, KYDOT.



Copyright © 2015 ObOe Galaxy Management LLC. All rights reserved.