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Charles B. Barton

Technology Requirement Integration Specialist

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

HQ Phone:  (804) 435-9362

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

441 G STREET NW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20314

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief

UMR District Support Team


Affiliations

Upper Mississippi River Basin Association

EMP-CC Member


Web References(35 Total References)


EMP-CC 11-16-2011 quarterly meeting minutes

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Other EMP-CC representatives present were Charles Barton (USACE), Mike Jawson (USGS), Dan Stephenson (IL DNR) on behalf of Rick Mollahan, Kirk Hanson (IA DNR) on behalf of Diane Ford, Tim Schlagenhaft (MN DNR), Janet Sternburg (MO DoC), and Jim Fischer (WI DNR).
Charles Barton urged that USEPA be invited to participate on the review group, noting the importance of being inclusive to all program partners.


Minutes of the

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Charles Barton of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers called the meeting to order at
Charles Barton announced that HQ has sent a draft list of allocations to divisions and districts, requesting that they confirm execution capabilities. Barton said HQ may release its stimulus allocations as early as next week. Barton cautioned it remains to be seen whether the Administration will actually allocate funds in excess of the annual authorization cap to any of the programs Conrad cited. Barton said any stimulus funds allocated to the EMP will be directed to specific projects, be they HREPs or LTRMP efforts, with no effort to achieve a particular proportion between the two major program elements. Barton said project repair funds are typically allocated through the flood control and coastal erosion program, and he did not know whether the program would receive any stimulus funding. Barton explained that the limiting language for the EMP is the House committee provision, which is interpreted as barring planning and design unless a fact sheet already was approved prior to FY 08 and restricting construction to those HREPs for which construction was initiated on some element prior to FY 08. Barton said that Corps staff are seeking an interpretation on that. He noted that the restriction was included at a time when the expectation was that the transition from EMP to NESP would happen promptly following authorization. Given that transition does not appear likely for at least the next couple of years, Barton said the impacts of the language on the EMP project pipeline need to be considered. Barton observed that there are many unanswered questions regarding implementation of the stimulus measure and said he hoped there would be clarity on some of these issues by the May quarterly meetings. Barton said that, in order for an effective transition to occur, there will need to be a period during which both programs are funded. Barton said that, ideally, a ramp-up for NESP would occur while EMP winds down, in order to create a smooth transition. Hubbell reported that the President is expected to release a detailed FY 10 budget by mid-April. Barton expressed hope that an FY 09 Omnibus Bill would be passed before the Presidents detailed budget is released. In response to a question from Tim Schlagenhaft, Charles Barton said that no decision has been made regarding a name change for NESP.


May 20, 2004 EMP-CC Minutes

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Other EMP-CC members present were Charles Barton (USACE), Scott Stuewe (IL DNR), Diane Ford-Shivvers (IA DNR), Amy Denz (MN DNR), Janet Sternburg (MO DOC), Gretchen Benjamin (WI DNR), Leslie Holland-Bartels (USGS), and Bill Franz (USEPA).
Charles Barton U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, MVD


May 18, 2011 EMP-CC Meeting Minutes

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Other EMP-CC representatives present were Charles Barton (USACE), Mike Jawson (USGS), Rick Mollahan (IL DNR), Pat Boddy (IA DNR), Walt Popp (MN DNR) attended on behalf of Tim Schlagenhaft, Janet Sternburg (MO DoC), Jim Fischer (WI DNR), and Bill Franz (US EPA).
Kevin Foerster and Charles Barton recognized Bill Franzs many contributions to EMP and the UMR. Charles Barton U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, MVD


EMP-CC 8-4-2010 quarterly meeting minutes

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Charles Barton of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers called the meeting to order at 8:02 a.m. on August 4, 2010.
Charles Barton expressed MVDs commitment to submitting the 2010 RTC to Corps Headquarters in December, but acknowledged that the report will not reach Congress by the end of this year. Charles Barton said the Corps will present more detailed information on these new internal and external review requirements and cost estimation procedures, including their implications for study time and cost, at the November 17 EMP-CC/NECC meeting. In response to a question from Jim Fischer, Barton clarified that the new requirements apply to all Corps construction projects, including all planning, engineering, and operation and maintenance products. In response to a request by Kevin Foerster, Hubbell said Corps staff will compile and distribute a comprehensive membership list of the various UMRS technical and management teams, product delivery teams, etc. In response to a suggestion by Barry Johnson, Charles Barton said the Corps will provide this contact list on its website.


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