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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Institute for Water Resources (IWR) was established to provide forward-looking analysis, cutting-edge methodologies, and innovative tools to aid USACE’s Civil Works program.

IWR strives to improve the performance of the USACE water resources program through analysis of emerging water resources trends and issues; development, distribution, and training in the use of state-of-the-art methods and models in the areas of planning, operations, and civil engineering; and national data management of results-oriented program and project information across Civil Works business lines. In addition to implementing this vision throughout core mission areas, IWR oversees seven Centers that provide targeted technical expertise and support.


The NID is the central repository for information about dams in the U.S. and its territories that meet specific criteria. The website hosting the NID just got ‘make-over’ with new features and easier to use.
Employee recognition at the Institute for Water Resources (IWR) is all about acknowledging the hard work and accomplishments of individuals and teams within our organization. The nominations for the 2021 Awards are coming in now – here’s a recap of 2020's winners.
Learn all about it with IWR’s Michael Deegan, Ph.D., on Inside the Castle podcast, as he discusses the New Horizons Program and the work they do to define emerging issues that will potentially impact USACE during the next 3-5 years.
Did you know IWR is now on LinkedIn? We plan on regularly sharing information and updates including publication and software announcements, USACE news, IWR job postings, photos, and more! Please take a moment to visit and follow our page!
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has released an updated version of the Flood Damage Reduction Analysis (HEC-FDA) software developed by the Institute for Water Resources’ (IWR) Hydrologic Engineering Center (CEIWR-HEC).
USACE reminds all visitors, volunteers and employees that a face mask is required in all USACE buildings and facilities. Masks must also be worn outdoors on USACE-managed lands and recreation areas if physical distancing cannot be met, such as when hiking on trails or visiting sites that may be popular or crowded.
The new Dredging Information System (DIS) public website is now available. The DIS website will have the latest information regarding upcoming dredging projects, the USACE dredging schedule, and the USACE 5-year schedule.

 

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Screenshot of the Youtube video: Securing the Nation's Future through Water

(2 page Article, Faircount Media Group 2020/2021)

Watch Securing the Nation's Future through Water, 
an overview of USACE's relationship to the nation's water resources. 

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