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Information Quality Guidelines
Department of Defense Information Quality Guidelines (IQG)
Section I – Provides context attributes, policy, procedure guidance, and terms.
Section II – Defines terms and provides context and attributes of each term.
Section III – IQG Annual Reports to OMB (provided in word (.doc))

2003
2004
2005

Department of Defense
Information Quality Reports

Public Requests for Correction

The purpose of the Information Quality Guidelines are to provide policy and procedural guidance to agency staff, and to inform the public about agency policies and procedures.
Fiscal Year 2005
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) — Flood Risk.
USACE received a request from an Environmental Coalition Group to withdraw statements from a published report predicting flood risk.
Request for Correction
USACE Information Quality Correspondence
Fiscal Year 2004
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) — Flood Protection.
USACE received a request from a private citizen, challenging the data and the conclusions drawn in a report that is part of a federal effort to restore a natural hydrologic regime in the Everglades National Park.
Request for Correction
USACE Information Quality Correspondence
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) — Flood Flow Protection.
USACE received a request from a Public Interest Group, challenging the 100-yr. calculation for flood flow protection determined for a Day Creek Basin.
Request for Correction

USACE Information Quality Correspondence

 

Last Updated:
03/30/2007, Eastern Standard Time
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