Guide to Documenting and Managing Cost and Performance Information for Remediation Projects, Revised Version

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A key objective of the Guide to Documenting and Managing Cost and Performance Information for Remediation Projects (the guide) is to provide a tool for improving the collection, documentation, and management of data by describing a standard set of parameters for reporting cost and performance information about treatment technologies. Since the first version of the guide was published in 1995, federal agencies have made significant progress in coordinating efforts to document projects and to share the results of those efforts. To date, members of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (Roundtable) have completed approximately 130 case study reports.

The success of the guide is tied directly to the efforts of the Roundtable agencies. The Roundtable is an interagency working group that was created to build a more collaborative atmosphere among the federal agencies involved in remediation of hazardous waste sites. The Roundtable seeks to promote the exchange of information about the development and use of technologies and works to identify and publicize more efficient, cost-effective methods of hazardous waste remediation. A Cost and Performance Work Group was created to discuss the overall scope and specific provisions of the guide and electronic management of case studies. Member agencies recognize the importance of documenting the results of cleanups and the benefits to be realized from a coordinated effort.

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