Monday Morning Briefing

Monday Morning Briefing

Monday Morning Briefing: September 3, 2018

  • AMWA Urges EPA to Leverage TSCA for Pollution Prevention
  • Senators Seek Solutions to PFAS Problem
  • WaterISAC Schedules Webinar on DHS Cybersecurity Incident Response Team
  • National Preparedness Month Kicks Off
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Monday Morning Briefing: August 27, 2018

  • EPA to Conclude PFAS Community Engagements in Leavenworth, Kansas
  • AMWA Comments Support Proposed RMP Rule Changes
  • AMWA Disagrees with EPA’s Proposed Inaction on Hazardous Substance Spills
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Monday Morning Briefing: August 20, 2018

  • Communities Line Up for WIFIA Loans
  • AMWA Commends EPA for Seeking Greater Transparency in Rulemaking
  • AMWA Supports NEPA Improvements, Stresses Importance of Process Integrity
  • WaterISAC to Convene Monthly Cyber Threat Briefing
  • Countdown to the 33rd Annual WateReuse Symposium – September 9-12
  • Cyber Threat Intelligence Webinar Recording Available
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Monday Morning Briefing: August 13, 2018

  • AMWA Says NOAA Must Engage with Utilities on Forecasting Initiatives
  • Grants Available: Watershed Protection, Drought Resistance, Severe Weather
  • WaterISAC to Demonstrate Leveraging Cyber Threat Intelligence with Perch
  • NOAA Reduces Projected Risk in Updated Atlantic Hurricane Forecast

Monday Morning Briefing: August 6, 2018

  • Senators Give Thumbs-Up to EPA Spending Bill
  • California Water Systems in Line for Latest WIFIA Funds
  • WRDA Still in Waiting as Senate Takes Brief Summer Break
  • EPA Announces Third PFAS Community Engagement as Michigan County Battles Contamination
  • House Bill Aims to Make Algal Blooms Go Bust
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Monday Morning Briefing: July 30, 2018

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation Meet Utility Management at AMWA Conference
  • WIFIA Flies High in New Infrastructure Plan
  • EPA Continues PFAS Community Engagement in Colorado Springs
  • WaterISAC Issues Final Call for Incident Reports
  • DHS Hosting Webinars on Russian Cyber Activity
  • Water Utilities Invited to Participate in EARTH EX 18
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Monday Morning Briefing: July 23, 2018

  • EPA Spending Bill With Water Infrastructure Dollars Earns House Approval
  • CDC Seeks Comment on Optimal Fluoride Concentration in Water Systems
  • Inspector General Criticizes EPA for Lack of Oversight in Flint Crisis
  • GAO: Better Communication, Cooperation Needed to Get Lead Out of Schools
  • FEMA Evaluates Response to 2017 Hurricanes
  • NOAA Seeks Comments on Seasonal to Subseasonal Forecasting
  • Trump Administration Eyes Regulatory Overhaul of Endangered Species Act
  • Register for the 2018 WateReuse Symposium by July 31 for the Best Rates
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Monday Morning Briefing: July 16, 2018

  • AMWA Says EPA Must Prioritize Research, Risk Communication Methods for PFAS
  • Senate Hearing Dances Around Details of SRF WIN Proposal
  • EPA in Search of Experts for Science Advisory Board
  • WaterISAC Solicits Accounts of Security Incidents
  • Cybersecurity Advisor Webinar Online for WaterISAC Members
  • CEQ Grants AMWA Request for Extension to NEPA Reform Comment Deadline
  • Climate Risks Remain Key to Bond Assessment
  • Water Professionals to Exchange Ideas on Affordability at August Symposium
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Monday Morning Briefing: July 9, 2018

  • Sun Sets on the Pruitt Era at EPA
  • Sky-High Budget Score Could Spell Trouble for SRF WIN Proposal
  • WOTUS Saga Continues as Trump Administration Seeks to Beef Up Justification for New Rule
  • WaterISAC Webinar Offers Introduction to DHS Cybersecurity Advisor Program

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Monday Morning Briefing: July 2, 2018

  • Senate Approves Farm Bill With Drinking Water Protections
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Funding Bill Sails Through Senate
  • EPA Rolls Out Plans for Upcoming PFAS Engagement Sessions
  • Supreme Court Revives Florida’s Decades-Long Water Fight With Georgia
  • Cyber Professionals Anxious of Potential Attack Against Critical Infrastructure
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