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Tag: Institute for Water Resources
  • February

    Visit IWR at the 2022 BEYA STEM Conference’s Virtual Career Fair

    Are you attending the 2022 Black Engineers of the Year (BEYA) STEM Global Competitiveness Conference
  • Celebrating World Wetlands Day

    World Wetlands Day was celebrated this week with the theme ‘Call to Act’ for Wetlands. It's an appeal to invest financial, human, and political capital to save the world’s wetlands from disappearing and to restore those we have degraded. It highlights the need to raise national and global awareness about wetlands to reverse their rapid loss and encourage actions to conserve and restore them. To protect against further loss, the nation has in recent years adopted a policy of "no net loss" of wetlands. USACE, working in partnership with many other organizations, is helping to implement this policy by protecting, preserving, and restoring.
  • May

    New Dredging Information System (DIS) Public Site

    The new Dredging Information System (DIS) public website is now available. The DIS website will have
  • January

    Achieving More Together: The State of Collaboration in USACE

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ (USACE) Institute for Water Resources (IWR) recently released a report titled The State of Collaboration in USACE: A Field Perspective in 2019-2020 Part 1: Survey Responses. The ability of the agency to effectively collaborate with stakeholders is critical for achieving the USACE mission. To assess the capacity of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to collaborate with stakeholders and inform strategic planning, the USACE Collaboration and Public Participation Center of Expertise (CPCX) has administered the Collaborative Capacity Assessment Initiative every five years since 2009. Highlights of the 2019 survey results are captured herein: outlining the major themes in the responses, as well as comparing the responses to those of previous years.
  • IWR in 2020-2021 USACE "Building Strong Serving the Nation and the Armed Forces" Publication

    The 2020-2021 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers “Building Strong®: Serving the Nation and the Armed