Purpose: Revisit, assess and revise our strategies for implementing the RSM approach, and chart paths for integrating the RSM approach and principles into Civil Works business practices.
14 April - Tues.
8:30: Welcome, Workshop Goals, Introductions – Jeff Waters
8:45: Recent strategy/future strategy (ppt, 469 KB) – Jeff Waters
10:15: RSM in Sec 204/Sec 2037 implementation. – Early implementation, issues and opportunities –
Lynn Martin (ppt, 138KB), Sara Brown, Sam Arrowood and Craig Forgette
1:00: Obstacles to implementing RSM
5:00: Pulse check – new areas/more info/preview of tomorrow
5:30: Adjourn for day
15 April - Wed.
8:30: Recap from yesterday – facilitator
9:00: RSM benefits – Report out on benefit categories and examples of quantifiable benefits from implementation of RSM.
Format: Presentation (ppt, 204KB) by Kevin Knight followed by group discussion. What should we do next? What more does the program need? What can/should we do with this report?
11:00: RSM in Large Scale Regional Alliance Initiative (pdf, 1.72MB) – Corps participation in efforts lead by others – Regional Ocean Governance Alliances (Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA), West Coast Governors’ Ocean Alliance (WCGOA), SE Atlantic Northeast Regional Ocean Council (NROC), Great Lakes – Presentations: Andrea Geiger (Coastal States Organization) and Carl Ferraro (ppt, 2.47MB) (Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources) (ppt, 2.47MB)
1:00: What’s next re: our strategies for implementing the RSM approach, and integrating the RSM approach and principles into Civil Works business practices?
2:45: Breakout group discussions re: Action plans for future RSM needs and implementation, including – who, when, how
4:15: Next Steps