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Black History Month
Black History Month serves as a tribute to African American men and women who have made significant contributions to our great Nation through military service, civil rights movements, sports, science, law, entertainment, engineering and many other fields.
Update CAC/PIV
Army CAC Certificate Reduction and Realignment Plan
Army Common Access Card (CAC) holders have until March 31, 2019, to activate their Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Authentication certificate to ensure uninterrupted access to military networks and data. Mandated by the DoD, the Army CAC Certificate Reduction and Realignment Plan modifies the certificates on the CAC to streamline authentication functions under one certificate, increasing interoperability across the DoD and other U.S. federal government agencies to seamlessly integrate system access and information sharing. Approximately two-thirds of all Army CAC holders will be required to activate their PIV authentication certificate. Users should use Internet Explorer when updating their security certificates at: https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/self_service/  Instructions for activating the PIV certificate are on the website. Leran more at https://www.army.mil/standto/2019-01-02
The Coastal Texas Protection and Restoration Feasibility Study, also known as the Coastal Texas Study, will involve engineering, economic and environmental analyses on large-scale projects, which may be considered by Congress for authorization and funding.
Coastal Texas Protection and Restoration Feasibility Study
The Coastal Texas Protection and Restoration Feasibility Study, also known as the Coastal Texas Study, will involve engineering, economic and environmental analyses on large-scale projects, which may be considered by Congress for authorization and funding.
The Southwestern Division (SWD) has approximately 2,700 civilians and soldiers across the Region. We continue focusing our efforts on employees and ensuring we recruit the best and brightest that will assume critical positions. We offer challenging professional, technical and administrative assignments and continue hiring talented and motivated US citizens in our offices. We also offers educational opportunities, certificate programs, professional and leadership development as well as mentoring programs. We support and nurture the growth of our employees and provide the tools to ensure superior performance in all our missions.
The Southwestern Division is Hiring
The Southwestern Division (SWD) has approximately 2,700 civilians and soldiers across the Region. We continue focusing our efforts on employees and ensuring we recruit the best and brightest that will assume critical positions. We offer challenging professional, technical and administrative assignments and continue hiring talented and motivated US citizens in our offices. We also offers educational opportunities, certificate programs, professional and leadership development as well as mentoring programs. We support and nurture the growth of our employees and provide the tools to ensure superior performance in all our missions.

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Corps to Hold Public Workshop for Tulsa West Tulsa Levee Feasibility Study

2/13/2019
Public Workshop for Tulsa West Tulsa Levee System Feasibility Study at Case Community Center in Sand Springs, Oklahoma 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Representatives from Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Tulsa County Levee Drainage District 12 will be present to answer questions. No formal presentation, open house format to allow the public to ask and submit questions at each station.

Corps Hosts Public Workshop for Keystone Dam Safety Modification Study

2/12/2019
This is a public workshop for the Keystone Dam Safety Modification Study. The study will look at potential options to protect the dam from overtopping a statistically remote flood event. This public workshop is not formal. People can come and go as they please. The Corps will have representatives available to answer questions.

Coastal Texas Study comments set for review

2/8/2019
GALVESTON, Texas (February 8, 2019)− Colonel Lars Zetterstrom, Galveston District Commander, United States Army Corps of Engineers, and Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced today the Coastal Texas Protection and Restoration Feasibility Study (Coastal Texas Study) public comment period will end at midnight tonight.

 

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