On September 17, 1996, Congressmen Bud Shuster and Bill Clinger released a report assessing the Clinton Administration's efforts to "reinvent" EPA. Entitled "An Assessment of EPA's Reinvention," the 20 page report examines 7 initiatives including regulatory review, paperwork reduction, Project XL, the Common Sense Initiative, and effluent trading. It is the first detailed analysis of EPA reinvention initiatives outside of the Agency. It complements a report regarding the reinvention of Superfund released by Congressmen Shuster and Sherry Boehlert on September 11.
For a copy of the report (electronic or hard copy) reply to MPeacock@HR.House.gov or contact Jeff Nelligan at JNelliga@HR.House.gov or by phone at (202) 225-9446.
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