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Budget

This exclusive WaterLog resource tracks all shore protection funding from 1996 to date.

Corps Work Plan for FY21 

After Congress has appropriated E&W funding into three categories:

  1. Investigations
  2. Construction
  3. Operations & Maintenance

Corps districts will send project funding requests to their Division. The Corps Division will then prioritize it's requests with the requests of it's districts and made a final request to be sent to Corps Headquarters in Washington, DC. Finally, Corps Headquarters will send it's final recommendations to the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works. Following a rigorous economic and budgeting battle between the White House Office of Management and Budget, the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works will release a Work Plan.

Historical Corps Coastal Funding Chart: FY96-FY21:  Click here

Supplemental Appropriations

Supplemental Appropriations Bill (January 8, 2019)

Additional Supplemental Appropriations for Disaster Relief Act, 2019 (June 5th, 2019)

Guidance for Supplemental Disaster Relief Act of 2019 (June 27, 2019)

In addition to annual appropriations, Congress provides supplemental appropriations to account for expenses made by the Federal government in response to unforeseen circumstances, such as natural disasters.

Corps Planning Assistance

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Permitting

Terms & Glossary

Planning Assistance to States (PAS)

Regional Sediment Management (RSM)

Continuing Authorities Program (CAP)

  • Section 14, Streambank and shoreline erosion protection of public works and non-profit public services
  • Section 103, Beach erosion and hurricane and storm damage reduction (Also referred to as PL 84-99 and Flood Control and Coastal Emergency (FCCE))
  • Section 107, Navigation improvements
  • Section 111, Shore damage prevention or mitigation caused by Federal navigation projects
  • Section 204, Beneficial uses of dredged material
  • Section 205, Flood control
  • Section 206, Aquatic ecosystem restoration
  • Section 208, Removal of obstructions, clearing channels for flood control
  • Section 1135, Project modifications for improvement of the environment

Floodplain Management Services (FPMS)

If you are interested in pursuing a project under the authorities listed above, please contact Coastal Strategies, LLC.

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