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Army Corps of Engineers Unveils FY 2019 Work Plan for Civil Works Program

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has submitted to Congress its work plan for several projects under its Civil Works program.

The service said Wednesday it will get a total of $6.9B in fiscal 2019 funds for the Army Civil Works program through the Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act.

Approximately $4.5B in appropriations will go to USACE’s five accounts: the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program; construction; investigations; operation and maintenance; and Mississippi River and tributaries.

USACE will allocate approximately $2.1B in funds to navigation projects, flood risk management programs, other authorized project purposes and FUSRAP.

The remaining $432M will be earmarked for USACE’s Flood Control and Coastal Emergencies efforts; expenses; regulatory account; and initiatives of the office of the assistant secretary of the Army for civil works.

The work plan includes funds for 21 construction projects; 15 feasibility studies and a limited re-evaluation report; and five preconstruction engineering and design projects.

Click here to view the list of projects and studies.

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