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STRATEGIC PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
       FY 1986 Goals,  Objectives,


        Commitments and Measures
                                    Office of Management
                                      Systems and Evaluation

                                    December 1985

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                                       SPMS MEASURES




                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS







PROGRAM                                                                            PAGE




OAR    	   OAR-1




OW     	   OW-1




OSWER	   OSWER-1




OPTS   	   OPTS-1




OECM   	   OECM-1




OEA    	   ORA-1




OPPE   	   OPPE-1




ORD    	   ORD-1




OARM	   OARM-1




OGC    	   OGC-1

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OFFICF OF AIR AND RADIATION

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            OBJECTIVE
                                               OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION
                                         Program;  Restore Environmental Quality
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Determine the nature and
extent of nonattainraent of
National Ambient Air Quality
Standards (NAAQSs), focusing
on ozone levels and volatile
organic compound (VOC)  emis-
sions.  Describe causes of
nonattairment and track
actions to correct the causes.
Ensure that reasonable further
progress is being made toward
meeting NAAQSs in these
areas.
                           OAR

Develop guidance for State and local agencies to use in
tracking actual and allowable VOC missions annually.
(This guidance will be implemented in FY 1987.   The guidance
will be developed following review of the Regional Office
submittals on 1984 VOC emissions.)
Report the nonattairment areas and areas with other deficient
SIPs on a pollutant-by-pollutant basis.   Describe briefly the
actions being taken to bring these areas into attainment and
to correct the SIPs.  Identify the date by when attainment
or SIP correction is expected.

Report on indicators of ozone air quality provided by the
Regional Offices.

Report on implmentation of VOC stationary source controls,
as provided by the Regional Offices.

For each ozone nonattairment or SIP-call area* with a design
value 2. 0.15 ppm, report the number of VOC significant
violators compared to the total number of Class A VOC
sources (fron the Compliance Data System).
A/H-1
A/H-2
                                                                                                 A/H-3


                                                                                                 A/H-4


                                                                                                 A/H-5
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* These areas were identified by EPA in Federal  Register notices published on May 3, 1984 and December 5, 1984
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                                              OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION
                                         Program;  Restore Environmental Quality
            OBJECTIVE
MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
                                 Actions  en deficient SIPs  and other nonattainment area
                                 SI Ps:
                                 a.   For  areas with deficient  SIPs,  report  to OAR whether
                                      development of SIP revisions  is on schedule and,  if
                                      not, the actions being taken  to bring  States back on
                                      schedule.   (T)
                                 b.   For  all other counties listed above, describe the
                                      actions being taken to bring  the areas into attainment
                                      and  the date by when attainment is expected.

                                 For each ozone  nonattainment  or SIP-call area with a
                                 design value ^0.15 ppm, report to  OAR:
                                 a.   Exceedances—Populat ion-Oriented—
                                      The  number  of expected exceedances** of the ozone NAAQS
                                      at the population-oriented National Air Monitoring
                                      System (MAMS) site during the State-designated ozone
                                      season (identified in  the National Air Data Bank) for
                                      1985.
                                 b.   Exceedances—Highest Site—
                                      The  number  of expected exceedances** of the ozone NAAQS
                                      at the NAMS site with  the highest ozone concentration
                                      during the  State-designated ozone season (identified
                                      in the National Air Data  Bank)  for 1985 [may be
                                      identical to (a)].
                                      **The statistic defined by regulation  for determining
                                        the number of exceedances that account for tnissing
                                        data.
                                     A/R-4
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(T) This measure requires a Regional target.
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                                   OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION
                             Program;  Restore Envirortnental Quality
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MEASURE
SPMS CODE    FREQUENCY
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                                              OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION
                                        Program  Restore Envirormental Quality
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE  FREQUENCY
Continue to process SIP
revisions according to
established schedules.
Send completed final FY 1986/87 audit report to OAR within
180 days after the audit is conducted.

                          OAR

For all SIP inventory actions forwarded to Headquarters
for review, which are (1)  newly due each quarter,  and (2)
actions due in previous quarters,  report the following
separately on a quarterly basis:

a.  The number of SIP revisions that have not been
    published during the quarter because of major  policy
    issues or litigation (i.e., actions on hold).

b.  The number of major (as defined in Guidance on
    Processing SIP Revisions) SIP  revisions not falling
    in category "a" that have not  been published during
    quarter.

c.  The total number of SIP revisions not falling  in
    category "a" that have not been published during  the
    quarter.

d.  The number of major SIP revisions published during
    the quarter.

e.  The total number of SIP revisions published during
    the quarter.
                                                                                                 A/R-14
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                                               OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION
                                         Program;  Restore Environmental Quality
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Special Action SIPS

Ensure that States meet
schedules for submitting SIP
revisions resulting from
promulgation of new or revised
requirements.
Transfer implementation and
enforcement responsibilities
for new source review to
State and local agencies.
e. The number of major SIP revisions that were forwarded to
   Headquarters in five months or less from the date of re-
   ceipt from the State or date of EPA's publication of
   proposal.

f. The total number of SIP revisions that were forwarded to
   Headquarters in five months or less from the date of
   receipt from the State or date of EPA's publication of
   proposal.

                     REGIONAL OFFICES

Commit to submit stack heights action plans to OAR for each
State and Territory.  Report to OAR on a monthly basis the
progress toward completion of action items in each action
plan.  (OAR will prepare quarterly summaries of the monthly
Regional Office reports

                     REGIONAL OFFICES

Report to OAR the number of States accepting delegation for
new National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
(NESHAPs) and New Source Performance Standards (NSPSs).  Also
report the number of States accepting responsibility for
the prevention of significant deterioration program.
A/R-16
A/R-17
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            OBJECTIVE
                                              OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION
                                        Progran;  Restore Environmental Quality
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Establish PM^g monitoring
networks.
Report to OAR by State the number of continuous analyzers
for carbon monoxide and ozone actually replaced during the
fiscal year.  (T)

                      REGIONAL OFFICE

Report to OAR the status of the PM^o network operation by
State, according to guidance to be issued by November 1,
1985.  (The report will include the number of sites,
type of sampling equipment, operation dates, sampling
frequency and spatial scale.  The report will also include
the number of monitors purchased in FY 1986 and in
operation, as well as the number of operating monitors
reporting data to EPA.)  (T)
                                                                                               A/R-22
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            OBJECTIVE
                                              OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION
                                        Program;  Restore Environmental Quality
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE    FREQUENCY
Establish and maintain State
and local programs to ensure
that vehicles meet emission
standards throughout their
useful life.
                            OAR

Issue final Agency policy on implementation of
anti-tampering/fuel switching programs.

                       REGIONAL OFFICES

Report quarterly to OAR the number of existing and new
carbon monoxide and ozone nonattairment areas that cannot
reach attainment by 1987 and whose design value will
require the implementation of an ant i-temper ing/fuel
switching program to reach attainment.

For all existing and new ozone and carbon monoxide non-
attairment areas that cannot reach attainment by 1987,
report to OAR on a quarterly basis the status of the
responsible Agency's decision on the type of mobile source
emission control programs under consideration for
implementation.

Report quarterly to OAR the number of new State and local
ant i-tampering and fuel switching programs.  (T)
A/H-12
                                                                                                A/R-26
                                                                                                A/R-27
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            OBJECTIVE
                                              OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION
                                        Program;  Restore Envirormental Quality
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE
  FREQUENCY
Establish and or support
effective State and local
prograns to address hazardous
air pollutants.
                      REGIONAL OFFICES

Complete follow-up audits for the following I/M prograns:

    Delaware
    District of Columbia
    Georgia
    New York
    Texas
    (T)

                        OAR

Allocate FY 1986 section 105 grant funds to each Region
for the enhancenent of State/local air toxics capabilities.

Issue guidance concerning priorities to consider in
negotiating improvements to existing State/local air toxics
prograns or the establishment of new ones.

Issue guidance on what should be considered by the Regional
Offices when they survey the status of State/local accident
prevention prograns.

Select pollutants and sources to be covered by the federally-
targeted referral approach in FY 1986, notify Regions to
initiate the process, and allocate FY 1986 section 105 grant
funds to each Region for support to State and local activi-
ties related to the federally-targeted refeerral approach.
                                                                                                A/R-33
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            OBJECTIVE
                                             OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION
                                            Program Area;  Air Enforcement
                          MFASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Attain and maintain high levels
of compliance with the require-
ments of the Clean Air Act.
                    REGIONAL OFFICES

Regional offices will report the following  compliance
statistics to OAR on a quarterly basis:

COMPLIANCE

Compliance status of major sources (Class A SIP,  Class Al
SIP, NSPSs, NESHAPs, Federal facilities).

INSPECTIONS (T)
                                  Percent of Class Al SIP, NSPS, NESHAPs, and Federal facilities
                                  sources inspected out of the total which should be inspected
                                  based on the FY 1986 Inspection Frequency Guidance.  The
                                  inventory of sources monitored for inspection is the fixed
                                  list identified at the beginning of the fiscal year.  The
                                  percentage is cumulative; reported quarterly with a one
                                  quarter lag.  (First quarter FY 1986 data will be reported
                                  in 2nd quarter).

                                  ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS

                                  Number of administrative actions taken by EPA (113(a),
                                  113(d), 167, 120) and States (at a minimum, State actions
                                  must meet criteria set forth in guidance issued by the
                                  Steering Cotmittee on Federal/State Enforcement Relation-
                                  ship.   See appendix for definitions).  (State actions
                                  will be reported with a one quarter data lag.)
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            OBJECTIVE
                                             OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION
                                            Program Area;  Air Enforcement
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Expand use of CEM data in the
compliance progran.
FIXED BASE (T)

Track the status of significant violators not in compliance
at the beginning of the fiscal year (Federal facilities sig-
nificant violators are a subset of the overall significant
violator universe.  They should be reported here under the
total universe and separately):

a.  Number of significant violators achieving final emission
    limitations.

b.  Number of significant violators placed on an acceptable
    schedule.

c.  Number of significant violators subject to enforcement
    action (i.e., administrative order or case referral.
    See Appendix for definitions).

The Regional Offices shall implement a progran to expand the
use of CEM for stationary source compliance in accordance
with headquarters guidance.

a(l) Identify and inventory all NSPS sources which are re-
     quired to use CEM and enter the baseline data into the
     CEM subset of CDS.

  (2) Verify compliance with installation, operational and
     reporting requirements for those sources identified in
                                                                                                 A/ER-6
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                                              OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION
                                             Program Area;  Air Enforcement
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Enforce regulations for control-
ling asbestos emissions frcm
demolition and renovation
activities.
Report the following EPA and State data (separately)  to OAR
quarterly:

a.  Total number of notifications

b.  Total number of inspections

c.  Total number of violations found

d.  Status of actions taken to resolve violations
A/ER-8
01,2,3,4
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                                                     OFFICE OF WATER
                                                 Program;  Water Quality
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE*
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Reissue major industrial NPDES
permits in a timely fashion.
Reissue major municipal NPDES
permits in a timely fashion.
Identify, by Region, the number of major industrial permits
for which EPA is responsible that have or will expire by the
end of FY 1986.

Track, by Region, progress against quarterly targets for the
number of major industrial permits reissued by EPA.

Identify, by Region, the number of major industrial permits
in NPDES States that have expired or will expire by the end
of FY 1986.

Track, by Region, progress against quarterly targets for the
number of major industrial permits reissued by NPDES States.

Identify, by Region, the number of major municipal permits
for which EPA is responsible that have or will expire by the
end of FY 1986.

Track, by Region, progress against quarterly targets for the
number of major municipal permits reissued by EPA.

Identify, by Region, the number of major municipal permits
in NPDES States that have expired or will expire by the end
of FY 1986.

Track, by Region, progress against quarterly targets for the
number of major municipal permits reissued by NPDES States.
                                 * Definitions covering these measures can be found in the
                                   Office of Water Evaluation Guide.
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WQ-6


WQ-7



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01,2,3,4


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                                                     OFFICE OF WATER
                                                 Program;  Water Quality
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS COI«   FREQUENCY
Implement the National Municipal
Policy,  (continued)
Manage the Construction Grants
Program to meet outlay projec-
tions.

Eliminate backlogs and manage
grants efficiently.
Inprove compliance of minor
municipal facilities.
Expedite 301(h) decisions and
permit issuance.
Track, by Region, progress against quarterly targets for the
number of major facilities and the number of minor facilities
placed on enforceable schedules.  (Report, for each universe,
the number put on schedules requiring construction and the
number not requiring construction.)

Track, by Region, progress against quarterly targets for
net outlays.
Track, by Region, progress against quarterly targets for
reduction of backlogged administrative completions.

Track, by Region, progress against quarterly targets for
the number of projects initiating operations.

Track, by Region, progress against semi-annual targets for
the number of Operations Management Evaluations of completed
minor municipal facilities.

Track progress against quarterly targets for:
- Number of initial decisions.
- Number of permits issued reflecting- decisions.

Provide for information only:
- Number of complete applications.
- Number of intents to revise.
- Number of withdrawals.
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                                                     OFFICE OF WATER
                                                 Program; Water Quality
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Achieve and maintain high levels
of compliance in the NPDES
Program.
COMPLIANCE;  Data is lagged one quarter.

Track, by Region, the number and percent of major industrial
facilities in NPDES and non-NPDES States in significant non-
compliance with final effluent limits.  (Report NPDES and
non-NPDES States separately.)

Track, by Region, the number and percent of major industrial
facilities in NPDES and non-NPDES States in significant non-
compliance with construction schedules and/or with interim
effluent limits.  (Report NPDES and non-NPDES States
separately.)

Track, by Region, the number and percent of major municipal
facilities in NPDES and non-NPDES States in significant non-
compliance with final effluent limits.  (Report NPDES and
non-NPDES States separately.)

Track, by Region, the number and percent of major municipal
facilities in NPDES and non-NPDES States in significant
non-compliance with construction schedules and/or with
interim effluent limits.  (Report NPDES and non-NPDES States
separately.)

Track, by Region, the number and percent of major Federal
facilities in NPDES and non-NPDES States in significant
non-compliance with final effluent limits.  (Report NPDES and
non-NPDES States separately.

Track, by Region, the number and percent of major Federal
facilities in NPDES and non-NPDES States in significant non-
compliance with construction schedules and/or with interim
effluent limits.  (Report NPDES and non-NPDES States
separately.)	                   	
WQ/E-1
                                                                                                  WQ/E-2
                                                                                                  WQ/E-3
                                                                                                  WQ/E-4
                                                                                                  WQ/E-5
                                                                                                  WQ/E-6
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                                                     OFFICE OF WATER
                                                 Program;  Water Quality
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Achieve and maintain high levels
of compliance in the NPDES
Program,  (continued)
Achieve and maintain high rates
of compliance in the NPDES
Program through enforcement
action.
Report, by Region, the number of major municipal facilities
that are persistent violators which have returned to
compliance during the quarter, the number not yet in
compliance but addressed by a formal enforcement action during
the quarter, and the number that were unresolved as of the end
of the quarter.  (After a facility has been reported as
returned to compliance or addressed by a formal enforcement
action, it should be dropped from subsequent lists.)

Identify, by Region, the name and number of major Federal
facilities in significant non-compliance on two or more
consecutive QNCRS without returning to compliance or being
addressed by a formal enforcement action (persistent
violators), and the number of consecutive quarters each
facility has appeared on the QNCR.

Report, by Region, the number of major Federal facilities
that are persistent violators which have returned to
compliance during the quarter, the number not yet in
compliance but addressed by a formal enforcement action
during the quarter, and the number that were unresolved as of
the end of the quarter.  (After a facility has been reported
as returned to compliance or addressed by a formal enforce-
ment action, it should be dropped from subsequent lists.)

ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITY;  Data is for current quarter.

Report, by Region, the total number of EPA Administrative
Orders and the total number of State equivalent actions
issued.
WQ/E-12
                                                                                                  WQ/E-13
                                                                                                  WQ/E-14
WQ/E-15
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                                                     OFFICE OF WATER
                                                Program;  Drinking Water
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Identify population affected by
persistent violations of drink-
ing water requirements.
Issue Underground Injection
Control (UIC) Permits expedi-
tious ly.
Assure the mechanical integrity
of existing wells.
Report, by Region, for primacy and non-primacy States, the
populations served by community systems with persistent MCL
violations and by systems with persistent M/R violations of
the microbiological, turbidity, and trihalomethane require-
ments in FY 1985.  (Report separately for each parameter.)

Track, by Region, progress against quarterly targets for the
number of UIC permit determinations for existing and new
Class I well facilities made by EPA and the number made by
primacy States.  (Report permit determinations for new and
existing facilities separately.  Note:  One quarter lag for
primacy States.)

Track, by Region, progress against quarterly targets for the
number of UIC permit determinations for existing and new
Class II, III, and V wells (as applicable) made by EPA and
the number made by primacy States.  (Report permit determi-
nations for new and existing facilities for each well class
separately.  Note:  One quarter lag for primacy States.)

Track, by Region, progress against quarterly targets for the
number of existing UIC Class II permit files reviewed by EPA
and the number reviewed by primacy States.  (Note:  One quar-
ter lag for primacy States.)

Track, by Region, progress against quarterly targets for the
number of mechanical integrity tests of Class II wells per-
formed by EPA and the number performed by primacy States.
(Note:  One quarter lag for primacy States.)
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 DW-2
                                                                                                   DW-3
                                                                                                   DW-4
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                                                     OFFICE OF WATER
                                                 Program; Drinking Water
            OBJECTIVE
                         MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Achieve and maintain high levels
of compliance in the UIC
Program, (continued)
DYNAMIC BASE;  Data is lagged one quarter.

Identify, by Region, for primacy and for direct implemen-
tation States, the number of major wells reporting new
violations (exclude fixed base wells).

Track, by Region, for primacy and for direct implementation
States, the number of wells identified above that have
returned to compliance and the number not yet in compliance
but addressed by a formal enforcement action.

INSPECTIONS;  Data is lagged one quarter.

Track, by Region, progress against quarterly targets for
the number of field inspections conducted by EPA and the
number conducted by primacy States.
DW/E-6
                                                                                                  DW/E-7
                                                                                                  DW/E-8
01,2,3,4
            01,2,3,4
            01,2,3,4
                                                                                                  OW-11

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OFFICE OF SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

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                                     OFFICE OF SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
                                                  Program;  Superfund
            OBJECTIVE
                        MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Complete identif ication and
assessment of uncontrolled
hazardous waste sites in a
timely manner.
Focus removal action on the
most serious incidents that
require Federal Government
participation and leadership.
Implement an integrated program
that effectively utilizes both
Fund resources and PRP
participation to support and
implement RI/FS activities.
Number of sites with completed Preliminary Assessments (PA)
Year to date*
                                   Number of sites with completed Site Inspections  (SI).
                                   Year to date*
                                   Number of sites on the NPL (final and proposed).   Program
                                   to date.
Number of NPL sites where removal activity has been started.
Report against combined target for Fund-financed and PRP.
Year to date.*
                                   Number of NPL sites stabilized via a removal action.
                                   Report against combined target for Fund-financed and PRP.
                                   Year to date.*
Number of sites where RI/FS has been started.  Report
against combined target for Fund-financed, PRP, and
Federal Facility.  Year to date.

    — First-funding of RI/FS at a new site.*
    — Subsequent RI/FS funding at a site.*
                                                            SPMS Target
   S/F-1
                                                                 S/F-2
                                                                 S/F-3
                                                                 S/C-4
                                                                 S/C-5
   S/C-6
                                                                           0 1,2,3,4
                                                                           By Regions
             Q 1,2,3,4
             By Regions
             0 1,2,3,4
             By Regions
             0 1,2,3,4
             By Regions
             0 1,2,3,4
             By Regions
                                                                           0 1,2,3,4
                                                                           By Regions
                                                                                                 OSWER-1

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                                  OFFICE OF SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
                                        Program Area;  Superfund Enforcement
          OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SIMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Achieve and maintain high
levels of cleanup activity
through enforcement.
Formal Administrative Orders

  Specify the total number and names of sites at which
  a § 106 Administrative Order (including Federal Facility
  agreements) was issued this quarter for both NPL and
  non-NPL sites. (Access orders are not included.)

   a. Remedial

   b. Removal

        (Separate NPL and non-NPL)


Civil Referrals

  Reporting on judicial actions will be done through
  OECM's automated DOCKET system.

  a. Superfund Cost Recovery Actions

 * 1. The number of §107 cost recovery actions referred to
      Headquarters this quarter.

   2. The number of cost recovery settlements with PRP's
      achieved within the Region.

  b. The number of §106 civil actions referred to
     Headquarters this quarter.
                                 * This measure requires quarterly targets.
  S/E-1
                                                                                                  S/E-2
01,2,3,4
By Regions
            01,2,3,4
                                                                                                            04 only
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                         DEFINITIONS FOR THE OFFICE OF SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

                                              Program;  Superfund
Completed Preliminary Assessments (PA) (S/F-1)
Preliminary Assessments are completed when a PA report has been received by the Region from the Field Investigation
Team (FIT) or the State, and the PA report has been reviewed and approved by the appropriate Regional official; and
the PA report has been recorded in CERCLIS.

Completed Site Inspections (SI) (S/F-2)
Site Inspections are completed when a SI report has been received by the Region from FIT or the State; and the
SI report has been reviewed and approved by the appropriate Regional official; and the SI report has been recorded
in CERCLIS.

Proposed and Final Sites on the NPL (S/F-3)
A site is counted on the NPL when it has been proposed in a Federal Register notice, has completed the 60 day public
comment period and has been approved for final listing by the Administrator.  A site is counted as a proposed
NPL site when it is included in a Federal Register notice of candidate NPL sites.

NPL Sites Where Removal Activity Has Been Started (S/F-4)
Number of NPL sites (1) where an On-Scene Coordinator (OSC) or PCMD has signed a contract for an EPA or Coast Guard-
lead removal action, and the obligations have either been recorded in FMS or appear in supplemental Regional reports
or (2) where an administrative order on consent, consent decree, or consent agreement with PRPs includes a removal
action, or (3) where PRPs are in compliance with a unilateral order or judgment requiring a removal action.

NPL Sites Stabilized via a Removal Action (S/F-5)
An NPL site is considered stabilized if a removal action has been completed, by the Fund or a PRP, even if the OSC
determines that additional removal or remedial work may be necessary.

Number of New Sites Where Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study (RI/FS) Activity Has Been Started (S/C-6)

Fund-Financed:  Total number of sites where either a contract has been signed by Procurement and Contracts Manage-
ment Division (PCMD), an Inter-Agency Agreement (TAG) has been signed by the Grants Administration Division (GAD),
or a cooperative agreement has been signed by the Regional Administrator to conduct an RI/FS activity.  Obligations
have either been recorded in FMS or have been reported in supplemental Regional reports as of the end of the report-
ing period or have been reported in Technical Enforcement Support contract status reports.
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                                      Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response

                                     Program;  Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
            OBJECTIVE
MEASURE
SPMS CODE    FREQUENCY
Work with the States to seek
pre-HSWA authorization by the
1/31/86 statutory deadline.
Make final RCRA permit deter-
minations by the statutory
deadlines.
State Authorization

For the Pre-HSWA program, report when:

  0 State submits official application for final authorization
    for pre-HSWA program. ]/

 *° EPA makes final authorization decision for pre-HSWA
    program. _V


Permitting

Report on the following information for land disposal,
incineration, and storage and treatment facilities:

 Public Notices _!/:

  0 Public notice of draft RCRA permit issued
  0 Notice of intent to deny RCRA permit issued.
  0 Notice of availability of closure plan issued.

 Final Determinations J/:

  0 RCRA permit issued.
  0 RCRA permit denied.
  0 Closure plan approved.
                                  *These measures require Regional targets.
                                   V These actions are explained in the definition section
                                   following these measures.
                                      R/C-1
                                                                                                  R/C-2
           0 1,2,3,4
           (By State)
                                               0 1,2,3,4
                                               (By Region)
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                                      Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response

                                    Programt  Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
            OBJECTI YE
                        MEASURE
SPMS COVE    FREQUENCY
Implement facility management
plans to achieve compliance with
ground water monitoring
requirements and to initiate
corrective action.
Facility Management Plan Actions Taken, Cont'd.

**Corrective Action for Solid Waste Management Units
  (§3004 (u)) (Target reflects additive total of Corrective
  Action activities noted below.)

   o PA/SI completed for entire facility. £/

   o Remedial Investigation plan approved. _V

   o Remedial Investigation for entire facility completed.V

   o Corrective measures program approved. J/
                                   **This measure requires Regional targets.
                                     ^/  These actions are explained in the definition section
                                     following the RCRA measures.
 R/C-5
0 1,2,3,4
(By Reqion)
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                                      OFFICE OF SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
                                             Program Area;  RCRA Enforcement
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Return Significant Noncompliers
to compliance.
                                  Class I Violations

                                  A.  Specify the number of land disposal facilities identified
                                      this quarter as having one or more Class I violations as a
                                      result of any inspection reported in R/E-2(A) this year.
                                      If the first CME or CEI inspection previously reported in
                                      R/E-2(A) did not detect any Class I violations, yet a
                                      subsequent CME or CEI did, then report this quarter that
                                      the facility had a Class I violation detected from the
                                      subsequently conducted inspection.

                                  B.  Specify the number of TSDF's (other than land disposal)
                                      identified this quarter as having one or more Class I
                                      violations as a result of any inspection reported in
                                      R/E-2(B).  If the first CEI inspection previously reported
                                      in R/E-2(B) did not detect any Class I violations, yet a
                                      subsequent CEI did, then report this quarter that the
                                      facility had a Class I violation detected from the
                                      subsequently conducted inspection.
Significant Noncompliance - Fixed Universe

A.  Specify the number of land disposal facilities in
    Significant Noncompliance  (SNC) at the beginning of the
    year (FIXED UNIVERSE).!/ 2/
                                                                 R/E-3
 R/E-4
           01,2,3,4
           By Regions
01,2,3,4
By Regions
and States
                                                                                                 OSWER-11

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                        OFFICE OF SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
                              Program Area;  RCRA Enforcement
OBJECTIVE
MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
                      Significant Noncompliance - Snapshot 5/ 6/ (includes fixed
                      universe and all SNCs identified to date in FY 86.

                      A. Specify the number of land disposal facilities in SNC at
                         the end of this quarter.  A facility can be counted only
                         once as being in SNC regardless of when the significant
                         noncompliance was discovered. (Separate EPA and States)

                      B. Specify the number of land disposal facilities in SNC at
                         the end of this quarter against which there is one or more
                         initial formal enforcement actions (i.e.,  a filed admini-
                         strative or judicial complaint or state equivalent) that
                         address all violations that caused the facility to be
                         listed as a SNC. (Separate EPA and States)

                     Cl. Specify the number of land disposal facilities in SNC
                         at the end of this quarter that are under a final,
                         effective administrative order, court judgment or consent
                         decree (or state equivalent) that address all outstanding
                         violations that are causing the facility to be listed as
                         a SNC. 7/ (Separate EPA and States)

                     C2. Specify the number of land disposal facilities in SNC in
                         compliance with the schedule in the final administrative
                         order court judgment or consent decree (or state
                         equivalent) at the end of this quarter. (Separate EPA
                         and States)
                                              R/E-5
           01,2,3,4
           By Regions
           and States
                                                                                     OSWER-13

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                        OFFICE OF SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
                              Program Area;  RCRA Enforcement
OBJECTIVE
MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
                      Federal Facilities - Snapshot

                      A. Specify the number of Federally owned or operated land
                         disposal facilities (including contractor-operated Federal
                         facilities) that are in SNC at the end of this quarter.

                      B. Specify the number of Federally owned or operated SNC's
                         against which there is one or more formal enforcement
                         action(s) addressing all violations that caused the
                         facility to be listed as a significant noncomplier.

                      Enforcement Actions

                      A. Specify the number of formal administrative enforcement
                         actions issued this quarter to TSDF's.  (Separate EPA and
                         States)

                      B. Specify the number civil and criminal cases filed on
                         behalf of the State Agency this quarter to TSDF's (Separate
                         civil and criminal)

                       (NOTE:  EPA civil and criminal referrals will be reported
                               by OECM.)
                                              R/E-6
                                              R/E-7
           01,2,3,4
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                          DEFINITIONS FOR THE OFFICE OF SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

                                                   Program;  RCRA

Detection monitoring program developed (§264.98 or §270.14 (c)(6)).
   - Draft permit (or draft permit modification) issued, incorporating compliance monitoring program, or;
   - permit applicant has developed and the Agency has approved an acceptable program pursuant to an enforcement
     order.

Compliance monitoring program developed (§264.99 or §270.14 (c) (7)).
   - Draft permit (or draft permit modification) issued, incorporating compliance monitoring program, or;
   - permit applicant has developed and the Agency has approved an acceptable program pursuant to an enforcement
     order.

Corrective action program developed (§264.100 or §270.14 (c)(8))
   - Draft permit (or draft permit modification) issued, incorporating corrective action program, or;
   - permit applicant has developed and the Agency has approved, an acceptable program pursuant to an enforcement
     order.
FACILITY MANAGEMENT PLAN ACTIONS TAKEN

Corrective Action for Solid Waste Management Units (§3004 (u))*  (R/C-5)

PA/SI completed for entire facility:  Decision made either to initiate remedial investigation or that remedial
investigation is not necessary.

Remedial investigation (RI) plan approved:
   - Permit (or permit modification) issued, incorporating remedial investigation plan, or;
   - Owner/operator receives EPA (or authorized State) approval to initiate RI, pursuant to an enforcement
     order.
   - Where the remedial investigation plan is phased or where there are separate plans addressing different
     parts of the facility or different environmental media, "plan aproved" means approval of the first plan
     or first phase of the plan.
*Targets are for FMP actions taken at land disposal facilities.  Corrective Action activities at other
 facilities will be reported, but are not included in the target.


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                                       DEFINITIONS FOR RCRA ENFORCEMENT MEASURES


Inspection - Count only facilities being inspected by a CME or CEI.  Measure R/E-2 is intended to evaluate whether
every facility has been addressed with a full compliance inspection under RCRA § 3007(c), (d), (e).  Data on inspections
such as followup inspections will be collected by OWPE.

Land Disposal Facility - Includes landfills, land treatment, surface impoundments for disposal, storage and treatment,
waste piles, and Class I hazardous waste underground injection wells.  This includes all land disposal facilities that
are subject to regulation under RCRA subtitle C (including an authorized State program) or that accepted hazardous
waste after November 19, 1980, regardless of whether they have interim status or whether they are operating or have
closed.

Significant Noncompliance - (SNC) is a land disposal facility with one or more Class I violations of regulatory or
statutory requirements related to groundwater, closure, post-closure, and/or financial responsibility including violations
of 40 CFR Parts 265, 270, 264 and/or State equivalents and/or State or Federal statutory provisions.

Fixed Universe - Fixed universe includes those land disposal facilities in Significant Noncompliance as of October 1,
1985, for Class I violations related to groundwater, closure, post-closure, and/or financial responsibility requirements.
This universe is set at the beginning of fiscal year (FY 1986) and remains static for the remainder of FY 1986, i.e.,
facilities do not enter and exit the fixed uiverse.  Note that the FY 1986 definition of SNC J.S different from the FY 1985
definition.  Only FY 1985 SNCs that are land disposal facilities should be included in the FY 1986 fixed universe.

"Administrative enforcement action" for the purposes of R/E-7 - includes all § 3008(a) complaints, § 3008(a) final orders,
§ 3013 orders, § 3008(h) orders, § 7003 orders and all equivalent formal State actions.  To be equivalent, a State action
must be equivalent to a Federal § 3008(a) complaint or be legally binding, i.e., not a notice of violation, warning letter
agreement, etc.

Physical Compliance - means that a facility has corrected all Class I violations related to groundwater, closure, post-
closure, and/or financial responsibility that placed the facility in the fixed universe or "snapshot" universe.
Facilities on compliance schedules DO NOT qualify as being in physical compliance.
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                                       OFFICE OF PESTICIDES AND TOXIC SUBSTANCES
                                                Program  Pesticides
          OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Protect health and the envi-
ronment from any unreasonable
effects from pesticides
currently in use.
Restrict or ban the use of
pesticides posing unreasonable
effects to human health and
the environment.
Issue  400   data call-in letters to obtain key exposure
data for existing pesticides.
Establish  25  Registration Standards covering  9   percent
of total pesticide usage in the United States.

Implement the following Intermediate Health and Safety
Requiranents for  50  chemicals covered by Registration
Standards issued before October 1, 1985.

   o  Submission by the registrant of an EPA approved draft
      label.

   o  Agreement to submit all studies requested by EPA within
      a time frane acceptable to both the registrant and EPA.

Make  13  Special Review decisions and indicate pesticides
planned for Special Review (per budget numbers).

Complete  470 reviews of studies called in by Registration
Standards or data call-in letters, or received as a result
of 6(a)(2) Adverse Effects.
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                                                                                                 P-3
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                                       OFFICE OF PESTICIDES AND TOXIC SUBSTANCES

                                              Program;  Toxic Substances
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Initiate and promulgate actions
to reduce the risks from hazar-
dous existing chemicals.
Identify and evaluate potential
risks of suspect existing
chemicals.
Subject all new chemicals to a
meaningful review and take act-
ion to control those that pose
an unreasonable risk.
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risks which may develop as
new chemcals develop in the
market place.
Provide quarterly disposition of existing chemical evaluations
covering phases I, II, and III.

Complete  15  existing chemical risks management actions
(includes chemical advisories, Section 6 actions, Section 9
referrals and existing chemical SNURS.)
Take initial action on the 15th and 16th ITC lists within
the statutory deadline of one year.*

Couplete  15   post-ITC responses (includes final decisions
not to test and proposed/final test rules).

Report on the number of new chemical notices received and
processed each quarter (per budget numbers).

Report on the number of new chemical control actions (includes
voluntary testing, voluntary controls, consent or formal 5(e)
orders, 5(f) orders or withdrawl due to EPA concerns) (per
budget numbers).
Complete    22     follow-up actions taken on new chemicals.
                                  *See appendix for quartly breakdown.
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T-3
                                                                                                 T-4
T-5
T-6
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                                       OFFICE OF PESTICIDES AND TOXIC SUBSTANCES
                                         Program Area;  Pesticides Enforcement
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Achieve and maintain a high
level of compliance.
Inspections for Significant Activities

Specify the number of State inspections conducted in
the following categories identified on EPA form 5700-33H
and the number of EPA inspections in comparable categories:*

o agricultural use and follow-up
o nonagricultural use and follow up
o restricted use pesticide dealers

Compliance Rates for Significant Activities

Report on number of actionable state inspections for the
following categories identified on EPA Form 5700-33H.*

o agricultural use and follow-up
o nonagricultural use and follow-up
o restricted use pesticide dealers

Significant Violator (State Primacy)-Dynamic Base

For referrals under Section 27 designated as significant in
accordance with the procedures set forth in 40 CFR 173 (pro-
cedures governing referrals)  EPA Regions report:

o number of referrals addressed within specified timeframes
  (30 days investigation; 30 days prosecutionMTimefranves
  should not include extensions granted to States.)

o not addressed within specified timeframes

* All Federal data will be reported quarterly in real time.
  All state data will be reported quarterly, one quarter out
  of phase.  	                  	
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                                     OFFICE OF PESTICIDES AND TOXIC SUBSTANCES
                                    Program Area:  Toxic Substances Enforcement
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Achieve and maintain a high
level of compliance
EPA Inspections
Specify number of EPA inspections conducted*
                                  EPA Compliance-Case Review
                                  Report on case review and development activities.
                                  the number of inspections for which:
                                                   Identify
                                  o case review is pending
                                  o no enforcement action is warranted
                                  o enforcement action is being developed
                                  o minor enforcement action was issued
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                                  State Inspections
                                  For each state conducting a TSCA compliance program under a
                                  a cooperative agreement with EPA report the number of state
                                  inspections conducted

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                                  o enforcement action is being developed
                                  o minor enforcement action was issued
                                  o administrative complaint was issued**
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                                  * This measure requires quarterly Regional targets.
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T/E - 1
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                                                                T/E - 3
                                                                T/E - 4
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                                     OFFICE OF ENFORCEMENT AND COMPLIANCE MONITORING
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Report on status of consent
decree compliance.
Develop media-specific guidance
on compliance schedules for
sources intending to comply
through shutdown.

Develop an Agency-wide environ-
mental criminal enforcement
strategy.
Complete HQ review of civil
cases within an average time-
frane of 35 days.
Consent Decree Tracking

Report on the compliance status of EPA consent decrees
each quarter.  Include number of:
  a. Active consent decrees
  b. Active consent decrees in compliance
  c. Active consent decrees in violation where formal
     enforcement action has commenced
  d. Active consent decrees in violation where formal
     enforcement action is planned but has not cotroenced
  e. Active consent decrees in violation with no action
     planned at this time
Issue the Limited Life Policy (Clean Air Act)  by 11/29/85.
Issue the Criminal Enforcement Strategy by 12/15/85.
Civil Action Processing Time

Report quarterly on average processing time at Headquarters
for civil cases referred to Department of Justice,  against  a
target of an average of 35 days.   Include the:
  - Number of civil case referrals to DOJ frcm Headquarters
  - Average processing time in days
  - Range of time needed to process cases(minimum and maximum)
  - Number of cases processed above and below 35 days
  E/C-1
                                                                  ATS
   ATS
  E/C-2
                                                                           0 1,2,3,4
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                        DEFINITIONS - OFFICE OF ENFORCEMENT AND COMPLIANCE MONITORING

E/C-1  Report on the compliance status  of EPA consent decrees each quarter.*  Include number of:


     a.   Active consent decrees
     b.   Active consent decress in compliance
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         not catroenced
     e.   Active consent decrees in violation with no action is planned at this time

     DEFINITIONS;

     Reportable violation

     A decree will be reported as in violation if any term or condition of the decree is not complied with.
     De Minimis violations are factored cut by the  timing of reporting, since violations should be addressed
     within a quarter.

     Appropriate Enforcement Action

     Formal enforcement actions include motions for contempt, motions to enforce the order, motions for specific
     performance,  collection of penalties, and decree modifications.  These actions will be counted in the
     enforcement action commenced category when they are referred by the Regions to Headquarters or directly to the
     Department of Justice, in accordance with OECM referral procedures.  Less formal actions such as demand
     letters, formal warning letters, etc., are not included in the list of appropriate action.  A pending
     violation means that no action had been taken  or that the violation is in the first stages of being addressed
     (e.g., the source was sent a demand letter).

     Final Compliance Determinations

     In cases where the final  compliance date in the decree has been reached and the source is not meeting the
     final compliance limits or conditions of the decree, the decree shall be reported in category (c), (d) or (e)
     of E/C-1, depending on the circumstances.  If  the Regional Office has determined that the source will be
     unable to meet the final  terms of  the decree,  and enforonent action is planned, the Region wi1! continue to
     report the decree in category (d)  until one of the acceptable enforcement actions previously defined has been

     * Show number of consecutive quarters consent  decrees have been listed in each category.
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                                               OFFICE OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS
                                              Program;  Federal Activities
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Section 404

Manage the Headquarters and
Regional process for Section 404
discharge of dredged or fill
material permit review.
Protect the most important wet-
lands.
Track the status of 404 proposed permits which raise signifi-
cant issues and progress made toward resolution.  Report, by
Region, the number of:

   (i)  Unresolved §404 reviews from previous quarter(s) which
       raised significant issues.

  (ii)  §404 proposed permit reviews initiated this quarter.

(iii)  §404 reviews for this quarter which raised significant
       issues.

  (iv)  §404 resolutions during this quarter due to:

       a.  Corps or applicant acceptance of EPA comments,
           leading to issuance.

       b.  Corps acceptance of EPA comments, resulting in
           permit denial.

       c.  Corps issuing permit over EPA recommendation for
           denial or without inclusion of EPA recommended
           permit modifications of conditions.

       d.  Applications withdrawn.

Track, by Region, progress against targets for the number of
advance identification actions initiated (under §230.80,
§404(c) or a Special Area Management Plan) for the protection
of wetlands.   (Report by number and type.)
OEA-1
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                                               OFFICE OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS
                                              Program;  Federal Activities
            OBJECTIVE
                           MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Ensure EPA's compliance with the
statutory requirements of NEPA
(cont'd).
309 Review

Improve effectiveness of the
environmental review process
through early coordination, re-
view of proposed actions, and
follow-up on controversial
actions.
Reduce environmental impact of
Federal projects through im-
proved project design.
   (v)   Contractor-assisted cooperating agency actions re- .
        quested year-to-date (including requests pending BOY).

  (vi)   Total actions performed year-to-date in response to
        requests counted in OEA-5e.
 Identify,  by Region,  the number of:

   (i)   Substantive pre-EIS coordination actions with other
        Federal Agencies.

  (ii)   Draft EISs reviewed.

 (iii)   Final EISs reviewed.

  (iv)   Substantive reviews of environmental assessments,  re-
        gulations, and license applications.

   (v)   Substantive follow-up agency  meetings or other
        substantive information exchanges held to resolve
        EPA concerns.

 Identify,  by Region,  the number of:

   (i)   Project reviews (draft EIS reviews and substantive
        reviews of environmental assessments, regulations  and
        license applications) pending at the beginning of  the
        quarter for which EPA has raised environmental concerns
        and for which  final EPA comment had not been made  at
        the beginning  of the quarter.

  (ii)   New project reviews, identified in OEA 6b and 6d,  where
	EPA raised environmental concerns during the quarter.
OEA-5e


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OEA-6a


OEA-6b

OEA-6C

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OEA-6e



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OEA-7a
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                                               OFFICE OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS
                                              Program;  Federal Activities
            OBJECTIVE
                         MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Reduce the number of Federal
facilities in significant
noncompliance with environmental
standards.
Significant Noncompliance (SNC) - Fixed Base

In coordination with the Regional media program office,
identify at the beginning of the fiscal year (BOY) the number
of Federal facilities in significant noncompliance based
on CAA, RCRA, TSA SNC definitions and CERCLA sites on
NPL list.  Report on the status of noncompliance disputes
resolved by the Federal facility coordinator under Executive
Order 12088 procedures.  Report for each act by Region:
                                    (i)  number of BOY SNC's referred to Regional Coordinator.

                                   (ii)  number of BOY SNC's placed on acceptable schedules.

                                  (iii)  number of BOY SNC's referred to OFA-Headquarters.

                                   (iv)  number of BOY SNC's returned to physical compliance
                                         (or for CERCLA:  cleanup conditions are met.)
OEA-E/1
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                                               OFFICE OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS
                                              Program;  Federal Activities
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Manage an effective §404 com-
pliance/enforcement program.
Manage an effective §404 com-
pliance/enforcement program.
 Report by Region on the status of  EPA technical support for
 Corps of  Engineers (COE)  enforcement actions regarding
 permitted discharges.

  (i)    Number of COE permitted sites for which the COE
        requested technical enforcement support.

 (ii)    Number of COE permitted sites which received EPA
        technical enforcement support.

(iii)    Number of sites returned to compliance.

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 actions regarding unpermitted discharges.

  (i)    Number of enforcement field investigations.

 (ii)    Number of sites found in violation.

(iii)    Number of sites addressed by enforcement action.
        (Specify EPA or COE.)

 (iv)    Number of resolved enforcement actions (by site)*
                                   *Regional quarterly targets will be set for this measure
                                    in coordination with advance identification action
                                    targets.
OEA-E/3
OEA-E/4
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NEPA Definitions

"Oversight review" is defined as an evaluation of the State agency's performance, documented in writing.

"Assistance actions" are defined as substantive efforts to assist programs in meeting their responsibili-
ties, and may include specific projects, e.g., an ocean disposal site designation, or broader program
guidance, e.g., standard operating procedures for CERCLA remediation activities to ensure compliance
with the Endangered Species Act.   Each specific project equals one action even though different
activities may occur within the assistance action (document reviews, meetings, etc.)

"Cooperating agency action completed" is defined as the completion of EPA's participation in the develop-
ment of the environmental impact statement, whether or not it has been issued by the lead agency.
Cooperating agency involvement requires that EPA staff, directly or through a contractual agreement,
write specific sections of an EIS or be substantially involved, beyond normal scoping levels, in writing
sections of an EIS to the point that EPA is given credit for authorship as defined by Section 1502.17
of the Council on Environmental Quality Regulations governing NEPA.

Section 309 Definitions

"Pre-EIS coordination action" consists of all substantive EPA inputs to the lead agency's pre-EIS NEPA
efforts through participation in scoping or pre-draft documents.

"Substantive" means that EPA contributed project, site or process specific input to the agency.  Note that
a number of substantive inputs can be made (and counted) for a given project.

"Project Review"  includes the review of all stages of a project's analysis (e.g., assessment, draft EIS,
final EIS, supplemental EISs, Record of Decision, etc.).

Indian Program Definitions

"Formal Regional relationships" are defined as an exchange of letters between the Regional Administrator
and the Tribal leader  (Chairman, Governor, or President) specifying EPA's intention to work with the Tribe
and specifying staff contacts in each organization.

A "Tribal/EPA Agreement" is similar to a State/EPA Agreement, identifying priority environmental problems
and measures to address them.

"Grants" may be made directly to Tribes or through State agencies depending upon the statute and regulation.
All grants should be reported.

"Major Tribes" will be defined by each Regional Office, and a list submitted to OR*i including the criteria
used to develop the list.
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Section 404 Enforcement Definitions (OEA-E/4)

Enforcement actions under OEA-E/4 always involve unpermitted discharges and do not necessarily involve the Corps
of Engineers (COE).  For example, an enforcement field investigation (Measure OEA-E/4(i)) includes those field
monitoring activities routinely taken by EPA regional personnel, as well as those site visits initiated due to
information obtained from outside sources, such as Federal, State, and local agencies or private parties.  This could
include those occasions where the COE requests that EPA take the lead on an unpermitted discharge action.

The term "enforcement field investigations" includes all field trips made to monitor for unpermitted discharges.  These
trips include routine field activity in which unpermitted discharges are discovered, routine monitoring/enforcement
field checks, and trips undertaken due to specific information received (whether based on EPA-gathered information or
on information received from outside parties on possible violations).

The term "sites" is a broad term used to identify discharges.  Here, under Measure OEA-E/4, these discharges are
unpermitted.  This item accounts for all discharges discovered that are unpermitted although they are required
under CWA §404 to have a permit.  Related discharges in one geographic area are treated as one "site."

The term "sites addressed by enforcement action" includes any action taken by EPA to prevent illegal discharges.
It covers §309 administrative orders, §308 information requests, and DOJ  referrals.  If there is more than one
action taken per site, this should be indicated by text in the quarterly SPMS regional report.  If the COE takes
an enforcement action which renders EPA action unnecessary, this should also be indicated.

The term "resolved enforcement actions" includes situations where, as a result of an enforcement action, the
unpermitted discharge has ceased, has become permitted or, in the case of DOJ referrals, where the discharger agrees
or the court orders that the site be restored to its original condition (restoration) or the illegal discharger was
required to make payment (fines).
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                                        OFFICE OF POLICY, PLANNING AND EVALUATION
            OBJECTIVE
                        MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Increase the effectiveness of
the regulatory development and
review process in ways which
ensure that appropriate
offices are substantively
involved in early development
stages, that use of consensus
methods and nonregulatory
alternatives is encouraged,
and that the final review is
accomplished in a timely
manner.

a.  Red Border Review
b.  Test, through several
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    Proposed Rulemaking.

c.  Analyze and revise EPA's
    April 1985 Regulatory
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    lication in April 1986.
o  OPPE will complete its response to Red Border review
   documents within three weeks for at least 80% of the
   reviews and within a maximum of four weeks for all
   reviews.

o  By 4/30/86 complete negotiation on the third negotiated
   rulemaking, Farmworker Protection Standards.
o  By 3/6/86 submit final Regulatory Agenda to OMB.
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                                       OFFICE OF POLICY,  PLANNING AND EVALUATION
           OBJECTIVE
                        MEASURE
SPMS COM!   FREQUENCY
Promote sound use of benefits
analysis in Agency programs.
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                                  o  By 3/31/86 issue report characterizing and valuing minor
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                                     for OAR).

                                  o  By 9/30/86 issue report on the value of protecting
                                     wetlands from water pollution for OW.

                                  o  By 9/30/86 issue report on the effect of different types
                                     of information dissemination in reducing exposure to
                                     indoor radon for OAR.

                                  o  By 9/16/86 complete additional materials damage
                                     assessments due to acid rain and ozone for ORD and OAR.
                                  BENEFITS POLICY PROGRAM INPUTS TO REGULATORY DECISIONS
                                  o  By 3/31/86 complete model of generic air diffusion in
                                     support of particulate matter Regulatory Impact Analysis
                                     for OAR.

                                  o  By 3/31/86 complete generic benefit analysis of New
                                     Source Performance Standards for OAR.

                                  o  By 5/31/86 complete Organic Chemical Effluent Guideline
                                     Benefits Analysis for OW.
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                                           OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
                                                   Progran Areat  Air
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Provide scientific support to
develop and review primary
and secondary National Ambient
Air Quality Standards (NAAQS).
Provide scientific support to
develop regulations for
Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAP).
o  By 8/31/86 develop a model of  the Regional Uptake of
   Gaseous Pollutants in the Lung; The Sensitivity of Ozone
   Uptakes in Laboratory Animal Lungs  to Anatomical  and
   Ventilatory Parameters.   (OHR)

o  By 9/30/86 publish journal articles on  the Dose Effects
   Function of CO on Compensatory Tracking.  (OHR)

o  Provide Air Quality Criteria Documents  on:

   - Lead by 4/30/86
   - Ozone by 8/31/86.  (OHEA)

o  By 4/30/86 provide report on the Identification,
   Screening, and Measurements of HAP  Concentrations in
   Ambient Air.  (OADEMQA)

o  By 7/31/86 provide report on Atmospheric  Transformation
   of Emissions frcm Residential  Wood  Combustion under
   Winter-time conditions.   (OADEMQA)

o  By 9/30/86 publish journal articles on  the Mutagenicity
   and Dosimetry of Selected PAH1s  and Nitro-PAHs Found  in
   Air.  (OHR)

o  Release to OAR the draft Tier  I  Health  Effects Summaries
   of the following:

     - Phenol (Final) by 1/31/86
     - Chlorine by 2/28/86    - Hydrogen Sulfide by 3/31/86
     - Ammonia by 2/28/86    - Prcpylene by  4/15/86
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                                OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
                                  Program Area;   Water Quality
OBJECTIVE
MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Del wop methods needed to
assure that the permitting
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ecosystems and human health
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cost-effective upgrading and
construction of municipal
wastewater treatment facilities,
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o By 12/31/85 provide a detailed Wetlands Research Plan
to OFA. (OEPER)

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of Expert Systans in the Use of Qual-IIe (a wasteload
allocation model) to OW. (OEPER)
o By 9/30/86 develop a Water Quality Criteria Document for
ten Selected Compounds to be determined in cooperation
with OW's Criteria and Standards Division (e.g. Zinc;
Nickel; Pentachlorophenol; Toxaphene; and Selenium).
(OEPER)
o By 12/31/85 develop a report on the Evaluation of Embryo-
Larval Test for the Chronic Toxicity of Simple and
Conplex Effluents. (OADEMOA)
o By 12/31/85 produce an evaluation of Activated Carbon
for Enhanced BOD Removal from Pharmaceutical
Wastewater. (OEET)

o By 8/29/86 provide a manual on Disinfection Design to
OW. (OEET)

o By 9/30/86 conduct a series (8-12) of studies on
Innovative and Alternative (I-A) Technologies and
dissaninate information to States, grantees, and design
engineers through a series of seminars. (OEET)
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                               OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
                                 Progran Area:   Drinking Water
OBJECTIVE
MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Develop information needed on
health effects caused by
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water; and develop treatment
and distribution technology
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of drinking water.

















o Provide to ODW drinking water criteria documents on:

- Beryllium by 9/30/86
- Phthalate Esters by 9/30/86
- Hexachlorocyclopentadiene (HCCPD) by 9/30/86
- Trichlorobenzene by 9/30/86
- Polynuclear Aromatic Hyrocarbons (PAHs) by
9/30/86. (OHEA)
- Gasoline by 9/30/86
- Strontium by 9/30/86
- Manganese by 9/30/86
o By 7/31/86 complete development and review of health
criteria documents on:
- Chloranines and Ammonia
- Chlorine and Chlorine-disinfection by-products
- Chlorphenols (OHEA)
o By 1/31/86 provide to ODW an evaluation of Cost and
Performance of In-plant Trihalonethane Control
Techniques. (OEET)
o By 12/31/85 provide to ODW an interim report on Treatment
of SOC1 s for Phase II Regulations. (OEET)
o By 3/31/86 provide to ODW an interim report on
Identifying By-products of Disinfection at Operating
Facilities. (OEET)
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                                          OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
                                             Progran Area;  Groundwater
            OBJECTIVE
                         MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Improve the monitoring and
prediction of the nature and
extent of groundwater
contamination including
reclanation.
o  By 5/30/86 provide to CW a report on the Case Study
   concerning the management of Class I Wells  (Groundwater)
   (OEPER)

o  By 4/30/86 provide to OW a training manual  for Ground-
   water Contaninant Modeling.   (OEPER)

o  By 6/30/86 provide to OW a report on Physical and
   Chanical Components of Dispersion.   (OEPER)

o  By 4/30/86 publish an article on Trichloroethelene
   Degradation Products in the Subsurface.   (OEPER)
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                               OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
                            Program Area;   Hazardous Waste Superfund
OBJECTIVE
MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Develop the information and
procedures needed to prevent,
detect, and contain hazardous
material releases.



Develop the technical
information needed for
permitting incinerators and
revising regulations.
Develop the technical
information needed to support
permitting of land disposal
facilities, including land
treatment.
Evaluate the technologies
and information needed for
managing uncontrolled waste
sites.
o By 6/15/86 produce a protocol for field verification of
existing leak detection methods for underground fuel
storage tanks. (OEET)

o By 2/28/86 provide interim report on evaluation of
Chlorinated Dio-benzc-p-dioxins Isomer relationships
in environmental and waste matrices. (OADEMOA)
o By 8/1/86 produce a report on the thermal destruction
requirements of dioxin-contaninated wastes. (OEET)


o By 9/1/86 produce a report on the effects and control
of subsidence in landfills. (OEET)



o By 8/1/86 produce a report on full-scale testing of the
mobile carbon regeneration system. (OEET)


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                               OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
                                Program Area;   Multimedia-Energy
OBJECTIVE
MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Improve our ability to obtain
long-term, quality-assured acid
deposition monitoring data.
Improve the methodologies for
integrating acid deposition
research, models, and data
bases.
Better understand atmospheric
transport, transformation, and
deposition of acidic substances
in order to develop more
scientifically acceptable
models for assessment and
policy needs.
Improve the information
necessary to document the
reliability and cost-
effectiveness of Limestone
Injection Multistage Burner
(LIMB) technology to reduce
emissions of SOx and NOX.
o By 11/29/85 provide a siting plan for the Dry Deposition
Monitoring Network to the Administrator. (OADEMQA)

o By 4/30/85 publish the public draft of the 1985 Acid
Deposition Assessment. (OADQMQA)


o By 2/28/86 provide to OAR a report on the preliminary
evaluation of the Eulerian Regional Acid Deposition
Model (RADM). (OADEMOA)




o By 2/28/86 provide a decision memorandum for the
Administrator recommending continuation/discontinuation
of the LIMB wall-fired demonstration boiler project.
(OEET)



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                               OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
                         Program Area;   Toxic Substances and Pesticides
OBJECTIVE
MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Develop and/or improve
monitoring methods, systems and
analysis techniques to provide
data bases for estimating hunan
esposure.

Develop information on
substances and their similarity
of chemcal structure to
determine what additional
testing is needed to assure
the safety of humans and the
environment.
Develop methods and technologies
to assure safety to humans and
the environment fron microbal
agents and products of
biotechnology.
o By 6/30/86 provide to OPTS the 1985 annual interpretative
report on Total Exposure Assessment Methodology (TEAM)
for pesticides. (QADEMQA)

o By 2/28/86 provide to OPTS the 1985 annual report on
Exposure Methods Testing Site. (OADEMQA)
o By 8/29/86 provide to OPTS a report on SAR Methods to
Predict Major Metabolites of Industrial Chemicals. (OEPER)

o By 9/30/86 provide a report on how to use Molecular
Electrostatic Potential to make Risk Assessments on
Chemically Induced Toxicity for One Class of Chemicals.
(OHR)
o By 9/30/86 provide to OPTS a report Characterizing
Cytolytic Factors fo the Microbal Pesticide: Bacillus
Thuringiensis to support Risk Assessment of Genetically
Engineered Bacillus Species. (OHR)

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                                          OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
                                           Program Area;  Interdisciplinary
            OBJECTIVE
                         MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Manage the competitive research
grants and centers programs
to assure high quality science.
Manage the Agency" s mandatory
quality assurance program
o  By 9/30/86 complete proposed Guidelines for Systemic
   Effects.   (OHEA)
   NOTE:  Systemic effects is an  FY-85 ATS carryover
   item.

o  Publish documents that provide information on  the
   management of the research grants and  centers  program,
   as follow:

     - Annual Exploratory Research Grants Report  by 9/30/86
     - Annual Report on Research  Centers  by 9/30/86
     - Visiting Scientists Status Report  by 9/30/86
o  Publish status report on the Agency1s Quality Assurance
   Program (OADEMQA)

     - By 3/31/86 provide interim report.
     - By 9/30/86 provide annual report.

o  Publish guidance on Quality Assurance Managonent Systems
   Audits (OADEMQA)

     - By 11/29/85 provide guidance on National Program
       Offices
     - By 1/31/86 provide guidance on Regional Offices
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                                      OFFICE OF AEMINISTRATION AND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

                                      Program;  Administration and Resources Management
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Provide effective and timely
administrative services to EPA
programs.
Provide effective and timely
resolution of Inspector General
audits.
Report on level of performance against service standards for
the following service areas:

- Procurement services
- Personnel services
- ADP services
- Grants services

Report on level of performance in the audit resolution area.
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 Ad-2
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                                               OFFICE OF GENERAL COUNSEL
            OBJECTIVE
                          MEASURE
SPMS CODE   FREQUENCY
Identify unresolved legal
barriers associated with State
authorization applications and
propose options for their
resolution.
Assist progran offices in
developing regulations by
ensuring final Red Border
review is accomplished in a
timely manner.
State Delegation Agreement Review

Within 15 days of receipt of a mono fron the Regional
Administrator recommending a final Agency decision on a RCRA,
NPDES, PSD or UIC State authorization application,  OGC is to:

 - notify the submitting Agency office of its concurrence
   or its evaluation of deficiencies in the package requiring
   correction, or

 - negotiate an extension for review with the submitting
   Agency office.  Report progress in meeting the deadline.
Red Border Review

OGC will complete its response to Red Border review documents
within three weeks for at least 80% of the reviews and within
a maximum of four weeks for all reviews.
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                                      SPMS APPENDICES




                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS








OAR    	Appendix A




OW     	Appendix B




OSWER	Appendix C




OPTS   	Appendix D



OEA    	Appendix E




OARM   	Appendix F

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OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION
                                          APPENDIX A

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NUMBER OF SIP CALL REVISIONS DUE FROM STATES
                                                          A/R-4
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
0
0
0
1
3
5
1
0
0
2
12
2nd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
6
0
2
8
5
3
1
1
2
28
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
7
0
2
14
6
3
1
2
2
37
4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
1
8
1
5
17
7
3
1
4
2
49
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NUMBER OF PRIORITY DEFICIENCIES TO BE CORRECTED BY STATE
                                                               A/R-11
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
2nd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
3
0
2
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
8
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
8
3
5
4
1
0
0
0
0
0
21
4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
14
8
6
7
11
6
6
8
3
8
77
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                 NUMBER OF CARBON MONOXIDE ANALYZERS PURCHASED
                                                                        A/R-22(a)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2nd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
7
17
4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
3
13
10
23
9
9*
15
5
24
7
118
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NUMBER OF PMm MONITORS PURCHASED
                                                A/R-23 (a)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2nd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
3
0
0
4
4
3
0
0
0
0
14
4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
4
5
7
4
23
3
0
0
2
11
59
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NUMBER OF NEW FS/AT FRQQlftMS
                                                 V&-28
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2nd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
L 0
1
1
4
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
4
4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
1
1
1
0
3
0
1
1
1
9
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NUMBER OF 1/M AUDITS COMPLETED
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2nd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
1
1
2
7
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
0
2
2
0
0
0
1
1
2
8
4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
0
2
2
2
0
0
1
1
2
10
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                                       AIR INSPECTION TARGETS
                                                                                                (A/ER-2)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st Quarter FY 1986
% of Base
SIPS
20
20
15
14
15
9
20
10
14
10

NSPS
25
21
15
13
15
9
25
10
13
10
	
NESHAPS
20
21
15
9
14
10
25
0
15
10
2nd Quarter FY 1986
(Cumulative)
% of Base
SIPS
35
51
30
33
25
28
40
25
29
25

NSPS
40
52
30
31
25
28
50
25
27
25

NESPHAPS
40
52
30
26
24
30
50
0
30
25

3rd Quarter FY 86
(Cumulative)
% of Base
SIPS
50
72
50
61
39
51
67
50
43
60

NSPS
60
73
50
59
40
52
75
50
41
60

NESHAPS
65
73
50
52
37
54
75
50
45
60

4th Quarter
SIPS
86
90
87
95
88
93
94
90
97
100

NSPS
100
92
90
, 95
LJ?JL_
95"
100
90
93
100
NESHAPS
95
95
95
95
97
96
100
100
100
100

NOTE:  Targets are for quarterly percentage accomplishment of FY 1986 inspection frequency guidance.   State
       data is lagged one quarter.

       Because of the one quarter data lag, first quarter FY 1986 inspection accompishments will not  be
       reported until secord quarter FY 1986,  Therefore, second, third?  and fourth quarter inspection data
       will also be reported in subsequent quarters.

(NOTE:  Targets reflect activity during wost recent quarter? e.g. 1st quarter targets reflects performance
 during October, November, December)
                                                                                         QAR-A13

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                                               AIR ENFORCEMENT
                              FEDERAL  FACILITIES SIGNIFICANT VIOLATOR TARGETS*    (A/ER-6)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
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BOY
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2
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
3
4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
2
0
5
*  These significant violators are a subset of the overall fixed universe.

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   target number.

   (NOTE:  Targets reflect activity during most recent quarter, e.g.  1st quarter targets reflects performance
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OFFICE OF WATER
                                       APPENDIX B

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EPA NPDES REPERMITTING TARGETS
      MAJOR INDUSTRIALS
(WC-2)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
2
6
0
0
-
10
-
2
1
4
25
2nd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
3
12
1
1
-
20
-
5
2
17
61
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
18
18
1
1
-
50
-
12
2
22
124
4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
19
32
2
8
-
90
-
14
3
25
193
                                                      OW-A1

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EPA NPDES REPERMITTING TARGETS
       MAJOR MUNICIPALS
(WQ-6)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
4
0
0
1
-
10
-
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1
2
22
2nd Quarter
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Target
8
4
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-
30
-
10
1
7
62
3rd Quarter
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Target
12
6
0
2
-
60
-
18
1
9
108
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Target
17
12
1
5
-
135
-
21
3
10
204
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NPDES STATE PERMITTING TARGETS
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Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Tarqet

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-
-
-
-
-
-
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2nd Quarter
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14
55
84
70
300
-
235
108
35
20
921
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Taraet

-
-
-
-
-
-
-
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4th Quarter
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33
111
418
180
600
-
420
326
76
45
2209
                                                      OW-A5

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           EPA TARGETS FOR
RESOLVING EVIDENTIARY HEARING
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
0
1
0
0
-
2
-
0
0
1
4
2nd Quarter
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Target
0
1
0
0
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4
-
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0
2
7
3rd Quarter
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Target
0
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5
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6
-
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0
2
16
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Target
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5
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16
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10
-
0
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2
35
                                                          OW-A7

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                    EPA PRETREATMENT PROGRAM APPROVAL TARGETS
                                                                         (WQ-12a)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
10
0
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2
6
0
0
8
0
0
32
2nd Quarter
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Target
15
1
16**
4
18
0
0
25
0
0
79
3rd Quarter
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Target
15
1
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5
18
0
0
25
0
0
87
4th Quarter
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Target
15
2
23**
5
21
1
0
25
0
0
92
**Approval of commitments conditioned on the first and second quarter outputs include
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  Allentown.
                                                                                OW-A9

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EPA PRETREATMENT AUDIT TARGETS
                                                (WQ-12b)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2nd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
4
3
0
0
4
6
1
3
10
2
33
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
7
8
8
3
8
16
3
5
20
5
83
4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
10
13
18
6
18
26
5
7
25
8
136
                                                      OW-A11

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                           MUNICIIgL POLICY TARGETS FOR
                     MAJCR FACILITIES REQUIRING
                         PLACED ON ENFORCEABLE SCHEDULES
(WQ-14)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
0
18
13
1
20
30
10
9**
1
11
113
2nd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
2
33
27
2
35
60
15
17**
1
11
203
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
4
37
41
4
60
90
20
23**
1
15
295
4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
11
51
54
5
88
158
20
30**
1
23
441
**Approval of commitments conditional on submittal by December 15 of name list of
  50 major POTWs needing MCPs (the total universe of remaining MCPs) with schedules
  and status of when and how each of the 50 will be completed.
                                                                                OW-A13

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      MUNICIPAL POLICY TARGETS FOR
MINOR FACILITIES REQUIRING CONSTRUCTION
    PLACED ON ENFORCEABLE SCHEDULES
(WD-14)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
0
0
5
36
30
0
35
2
0
3
111
2nd Quarter
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Target
1
2
16
78
60
0
80
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13
252
3rci Quarter
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Target
1
5
27
121
90
0
100
5
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26
375
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Target
12
8
43
185
122
0
120
22
1
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555
                                                           OW-A15

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CONSTRUCTION GRANTS OUTLAY TARGETS
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(WO-15)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Tarqet
45.4
202.6
91.1
108.3
199.6
66.7
39.6
29.0
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20.8
884.0
2nd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Taraet
79.7
338.6
141.4
195.9
331.2
119.2
68.0
49.3
158.0
33.0
1514.3
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Tarqet
119.8
476.0
193.9
291.1
470.7
173.7
102.4
70.0
234.7
54.8
2187.1
4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Tarqet
170.0
615.4
252.0
379.1
648.5
235.0
145.0
96.0
311.9
91.4
2944.3
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CONSTRUCTION GRANTS TARGETS FOR
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(WO-17)
Region
I
II
III
rv
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
7
14
20
25
46
15
18
4
15
3
167
2nd Quarter
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Taraet
14
29
33
55
77
35
38
15
33
7
336
3rd Quarter
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Tarqet
25
62
65
90
113
55
59
31
50
12
562
4th Quarter
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Target
37
90
98
113
147
80
76
50
66
16
773
                                                       OW-A19

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301(h) OCEAN DISCHARGE PERMITTING TARGETS
             (INITIAL DECISIONS)
(WQ-19)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
6
0
0
0
-
-
-
-
0
1
7
2nd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
12
0
0
0
-
-
-
-
2
1
15
3rd Quarter
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Target
12
2
0
0
-
-
-
-
4
1
19
4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
12
6
0
0
-
-
-
-
7
1
26
                                                              OW-A21

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STATE NFS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM TARGETS
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Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target

-
-
-
-
-
-
-
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2nd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
1
0
5
4
0
0
0
1
0
13
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target

-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
6
2
0
5
9
1
2
2
1
1
29
                                                         OW-A23

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TOTAL MAXIMUM D&ILY LOAD TARGETS
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(WQ-25)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Taroet
1
0
0
10
18
4
8
0
0
0
41
2nd Quarter
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Target
2
0
0
25
31
11
17
6
0
0
92
3rd Quarter
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Target
3
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50
49
24
22
10
0
4
162
4th Quarter
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Target
5
2
16
106
80
36
30
15
0
10
300
                                                       OW-A25

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STATE V&TER QUALITY STANDARDS TARGETS
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(WD-26)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target

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(Cumulative)
Target
2
0
0
0
1
3
0
0
0
0
6
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target

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4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
5
0
0
0
5
5
1
0
0
0
16
                                                          OW-A27

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                         PRETREATMENT INSPECTIONS
                                   EPA
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Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
POTWS
0
0
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8
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POTWS
0
0
10
0
10
16
1
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3
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40
IUS
12
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5
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POTWS
0
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3
20
24
2
0
6
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90
IUS
21
10
15
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4
5
76
4th Quarter
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Target
POTWS
0
0
70
6
30
32
2
0
9
0
149
IUS
30
14
25
14
10
2
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8
6
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119
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                                                                           OW-A29

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VIII
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DUE TO LACK OF CERCLA REAUTHORIZATION,  TARGETS  FOR SEVERAL  FY1986 SUPERFUND SPMS MEASURES




RAVE NOT BEEN ESTABLISHED.  TARGETS WILL BE NEGOTIATED FOR  THE FOLLOWING MEASURES WHEN




REAUTHORIZATION ISSUES ARE CLARIFIED BY CONGRESS:  INITIATION  OF REMOVAL ACTIVITY AT NPL




SITES (S/C-4), STABILIZATION OF NPL SITE THROUGH REMOVAL ACTIVITY (S/C-5), START OF RI/FS




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                                      RCRA STATE DELEGATION
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MS
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III
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VI
VII
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IX
X
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3
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IV
V
VI
VII
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IX
X
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6
3
4
6
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III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
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172
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28
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27
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10
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33
40
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EPA and States must commit to having 100% of SNCs in the fixed universe either in physical compliance at
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than enforcement may cause faciltities to come into compliance (e.g./ voluntarily or as a result of per-
mitting activity), the FY 1986 commitment does not require 100% of the SNCs in the fixed universe to receive
formal enforcement action as long as the violation(s) has been fully corrected To ensure that those facilties
that do require enforcement action are addressed expeditiously, EPA and States separately must provide
conmititent for the number of facilities that will be addressed in each of the first three quarters of the
fiscal year.  Together, the enforcement commitnents for the first three quarters should represent at least
eighty percent of the total number of SNCs in the fixed universe.

Report as a subset of the fixed universe the number of land disposal facilities that were addressed (i.e.,
issued at least a filed administrative or judicial complaint or state equivalent) during FY 85 but did not
return to physical compliance by October 1, 1985 (start number).  This number is separate front the first
quarter target number.  At the same tine as the Regions submit their quarterly targets, the Regiojis must also
submit to Headquarters, OWPE, a name list of all SNCs along with a designation as to whether it will be an
EPA or State lead.  Only aggregated numbers will be used for SPMS purposes.
    (Note;  Targets reflect activity during most recent skewed quarter, e.g.
     quarter targets reflect performance during December, January, February)
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                                        SIGNIFICANT NONCOMPLIER TARGETS*
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EPA and States must commit to having 100% of SNCs in the fixed universe either in physical compliance at the
end of FY 86 or addressed with at least an initial formal enforcement action.  Because actions other than
enforcement may cause faciltities to come into compliance (e.g., voluntarily or as a result of permitting
activity), the FY 1986 commitment does not require 100% of the SNCs in the fixed universe to receive formal
enforcement action as long as the violation(s) has been fully corrected.  To ensure that those facilties that
do require enforcement action are addressed expeditiously, EPA and States separately must provide commitments
for the number of facilities that will be addressed in each of the first three quarters of the fiscal year.
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of the total number of SNCs in the fixed universe.

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issued at least a filed administrative or judicial complaint or state equivalent) during FY 85 but did not
return to physical compliance by October 1, 1985 (start number).  This number is separate from the first
quarter target number.  At the same time as the Regions submit their quarterly targets, the Regions must also
submit to Headquarters, OWPE, a name list of all SNCs along with a designation as to whether it will be an
EPA or State lead.  Only aggregated numbers will be used for SPMS purposes.
    (Note:  Targets reflect activity during most recent skewed quarter,  e.g.
     quarter targets reflect performance during December,  January, February)
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OFFICE OF PESTICIDES AND TOXIC SUBSTANCES
                                                       APPENDIX D

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                              DEFINITIONS FDR OFFICE OF PESTICIDES AND TOXIC SUBSTANCES


     Definition of Key Terms and detailed quarterly commitments for the Pesticide and Toxic Substances Programs.


                                            OFFICE OF PESTICIDE PROGRAMS

P-l  Indicate the number of data call-in letters (exposure) that will be issued by quarter:

             o 1st quarter          0  data call-in letters
             o 2nd quarter          (T  data call-in letters
             o 3rd quarter         200 data call-in letters
             o 4th quarter         200 data call-in letters

P-2  Indicate the number of registration standards that will be established by quarter:

             o 1st quarter          4__ registration standards covering 1.5%
                                    of total pesticide usage in U.S.
             o 2nd quarter          2_ registration standards covering 2.5%
                                    of total pesticide usage in U.S.
             o 3rd quarter          7_ registration standards covering 2.5%
                                    of total pesticide usage in U.S.
             o 4th quarter          7_ registration standards covering 2.5%
                                    of total pesticide usage in U.S.

     Establish Registration Standard - A Registration Standard is considered established when the Registration
     Division Director signs a letter transmitting the guidance package to registrants for supplying required data
     and the technical Registration Standard document is ready for printing and mailing to registrants.
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  (P-4 continued) —

  The position documents are:

  PD-1: reviews the available scientific data and addresses whether a chemical has met or exceeded Special Review
        risk criteria (if a chemical does not exceed the criteria,  it is typically returned to the registration
        process).  A PD-1 is considered completed when the Federal  Register notice has been signed by the AA.

PD-2/3: analyzes the risks and benefits of the Special Review chemicals and any alternatives to the various uses of
        the chemical, identifies feasible regulatory options, and proposes a decision.  A PD-2/3 is considered
        completed when the Federal Register notice has been signed  by the M.

  PD-4: reflects the Agency's final decision.  The PD-4 incorporates comments received on the PD-2/3 from the FIFRA
        Scientific Advisory Panel, the Department of Agriculture and othe public responses, along with appropriate
        analysis of the cements.  The PD-4 typically calls for continued registration with certain terms and
        conditions or cancellations for some or all uses of the pesticide or pesticides.  A PD-4 is considered
        completed when the Federal Register notice has been signed  by the M.
        The following is a list of pesticides under consideration for Special Reviews during FY 1986.
        report each guarter on the nature of the action taken on pesticide special reviews.)
                                                 (OPTS will
        Chlorodimeform (PD 1/2/3)
        Alar (PD 2/3)
        1,3-Dichloropropene (Telone II) (PD-1)
        TPTH (PD 2/3)
        Aldicarb (PD /3)
        Organotins (PD 1)
        Alachlor (PD 2/3
        Folpet (PD 1)
        Amitrole (PD 2)
        Captafol (PD 2/3)
        Cyanazine (PD 2/3)
        Diazinon (PD 2/3)
        2,4,5-TCP (PD 2/3/4)
        Cadmium (PD 2/3)
        Dinocap (PD 2/3)
        Carbofuran (PD 2/3)
        Parathion (PD 1)
        Pentachlorophencl, Non-wood (PD 2/3)
        Dicofol (PD 4)
Unidentified PD-l's

There may be at least four PD-l's
resulting from Registration
Standard reviews.
                                                                                              OPTS -A3

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P-6A   o  Report on the number of final decisions on New Active Ingredients (New Chemical/Biochemical/Microbiological)
          administratively targeted to be completed within the quarter.


New Chemicals — Applications for registration of a pesticide active ingredient that is not currently registrered
under FIFRA.  Final decisions may result in denial, full registration, (i.e., determination of insufficient data),
conditional registration or administrative withdrawl.

NOTE:  Registration of food-use chemical, i.e. of a chemical that might leave a residue on a food or feed item,
       requires the establishment of a tolerance or exemption from tolerance.

New Biochemical/Microbiologicals — Application for registration of new biochemical or microbial products not
currently registered with the Agency, whether for food use of non-food use.  Included under these PPAs are:

      - Biochemical (phercmones, insect or plant growth regulators and hormones used as pesticides).

      - Microbial (viruses, bacteria, protozoa and fungi — any living organism introduced into the environment to
        control the population or biological activities of another life form that is considered a pest under
        FIFRA).

      - Biotechnical products (genetically engineered microbial pesticides, or GEMP).  Each biotechnical product
        will received a risk assessment and risk/benefit analysis.

NOTE:  As with other new pesticides, registration of a new food-use biochemical requires the establishment of a
       tolerance level or an exemption.

P-6B  Provide number of Old Chemical Applications administratively targeted to be completed within the quarter, and
      the number actually completed.

      Old Chemicals - Applies to applications for reqistration of new products containinq pesticide active inqredient
      chemicals and bioloqicals which have previously been registered.  Old chemical "change" applies to
      applications in which there is a significant change in formula or use pattern.  "Me too" applications deal with
      chemicals and biologicals whose formulation and use patterns are identical or substantially similar to those
      previously registered.
                                                                                             OPTS - A5

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                                             OFFICE OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES


T-l Report on Disposition of Chemicals in Risk Identification and Risk Evaluation Phases

    Risk Identification Phase

    No. of chemicals currently in this phase
    No. of chemicals that entered during the quarter 	
    No. of chemicals referred to Risk Evaluation phase 	
    No. of chemicals for which further analysis is required 	
    No. of chemicals for which no further action is indicated.

    Risk Evaluation Phase

    No. of chemicals currently in this phase 	
    No. of chemicals that entered durinq the quarter 	
    No. of chemicals referred to Risk Manaqement phase 	
    No. of chemicals for which further analysis is required 	
    No. of chemicals for which no further action is indicated.

    Risk Management Phase

    No. of chemicals currently in this phase 	
    No. of chemicals that entered durinq the quarter 	

    No. of chemicals currently in phase means the number of chemicals in the phase as of the end of the quarter.

    No. of chemicals entered durinq the quarter means the number of chemicals that entered during  the quarter.
                                                                                          OPTS - A7

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T-5 Report on the number of new chemical notices received and processed to date.

    New Chemical notices "received" - Defined as those PMNs received and logged in OTS.

    New Chemical notices "processed" - Those PMNs that have been received, logged and reviewed.

T-6 Report on the number of New Chemical Control Actions to date.

    New Chemical Control Actions - Defined as voluntary testing by the submitter, withdrawal of a PMN(s) due to EPA
    concerns, issuance of Section 5(e) orders that allow EPA to regulate manufacture of a new chemical, pending the
    development of more information; issuance of Section 5(f) orders that allow the Administrator to protect against
    unreasonable risks by issuing either a proposed rule under Section 6 to limit the amount manufactured or a
    proposed order prohibiting the manufacture of a chemical.

T-7 New chemical follow-up actions are being tracked against an annual target of 22 .

    New Chemical follow-up actions - Defined as one of the following: (1) a significant New Use Rule which requires
    persons to notify EPA of their intent to manufacture or process a chemical for a significant new use, and
    report data relevant to that use or (2) a Section 8(a) rule which requires persons to keep data on a chemical
    and to maintain records in support of that data.
                                                                                             OPTS - A9

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T-10* Grants to State programs for contrator asbestos abatement training and certification consist of the following:

      0  Program monitoring
      0  General technical assistance
      0  Evaluation reports

      Purposes

      0  To create a qualified pool of trained contractors in the states to perform asbestos abatement activities.

      Count;  Established state programs


T-ll* Hazard level reduction will consist of the following:

      0  Building evaluations
      0  Distribution of technicial assistance documents
      0  Abatement counseling
      0  Abatement evaluation and reports

      Purposes

      0  To provide guidance on contractor selection
      0  To advise on proper abatement methods and techniques
      0  To offer counsel on proper sampling procedures
      0  To distribute relevant technical assistance documents
      0  To provide any other abatement assistance

      Count;  Priority #1 school projects with reduced hazards

* Quarterly and Regional breakout on pages following.
                                                                                            OPTS - All

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CLOSE-OUT SITE EVALUATION INSPECTIONS:  ASHAA
                                                         T-9
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
0
0
4
0
0
1
4
0
0
3
12
2nd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
0
0
8
0
1
3
4
0
0
7
23
3rd Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
4
0
8
7
2
3
4
10
0
12
50
4th Quarter
(Cumulative)
Target
8
4
23
15
26
12
28
24
7
19
166
                                                           OPTS  - A13

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NUMBER OF PRIORITY #1 PROJECTS TARGETED FOR ASBESTOS HAZARD
               REDUCTION (UNFUNDED BY AFHAA)
T-ll
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I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
1st
Quarter
Target
3
5
4
12
3
0
0
5
7
0
39
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18
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63
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8
15
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22
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5
15
4
87
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25
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FIFRA COMPLIANCE INSPECTION TARGETS
      STATE GRANT COMMITMENTS
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Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
National
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Quarter
Target
125
238
276
800
388
437
109
615
874
71
3933
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Target
300
500
568
1620
850
882
212
1234
1746
132
8044
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Target
550
825
935
2700
1608
1665
390
2146
2625
271
13715
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810
1127
1301
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3251
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TOXIC SUBSTANCES ENFORCEMENT DEFINITIONS

Formal Enforcement Action - Noncompliance is addressed by an administrative complaint or by a civil or
criminal judicial action.  All SNC's must be addressed by a formal enforcement action—at minimum an
administrative complaint.

Minor Enforcement Action - Noncompliance is addressed by a Notice of Noncompliance.

FY1986 Significant Noncompliance (SNC) - For FY1986 cases, SNC is one of the following violations for which
the level of enforcement action is, at a minimum, an administrative complaint:

     0  Any PCB violation involving a) improper disposal, b) manufacturing, c)processing,
        d) distribution e) improper use.

     0  A PCB storage violation, major record-keeping  violation and/or marking violations, in which .
        the extent of potential damage is Major (as calculated on the GBP penalty matrix).

     0  Any PCB disposal resulting in contamination of surface or ground water, food or feeds.

     0  Any Asbestos-in-Schools violation involving failure to inspect, sample, analyze, post warnings,
        notify, and/or keep records where asbestos is present.

     0  Any violation of testing requirements under Section 4.

     0  Any violation of premanufacturing notification under Section 5.

     0  Any violation of Section 13 including:  failure to either certify that all imported chemical
        substances are in compliance with TSCA or are not subject to TSCA, and falsification of a
        certification report.

     0  Any violation of Section 8 including:  failure to submit required records and/or reports;
        falsification of records and/or reports; and incomplete reporting and/or recordkeeping.

     Note;  The FY1986 definition of SNC is used for two meaures:  1) compiling the list of pending cases
     for the BOY inventory, and 2) for new cases reported under SNC Dynamic Base.

     Note:  For Federal facilities, SNC is a facility where the violation(s)f as defined above, would
     normally result in a formal enforcement action.  These actions, however, are handled  in accordance
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                       TSCA COMPLIANCE INSPECTION TARGETS
                                                                          (T/E -1)
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
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199
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84
160
81
80
69
74
47
28
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112
399
154
197
292
223
152
148
175
106
94
2052
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187
598
264
326
615
365
232
207
276
167
150
3387
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257
799
354
420
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507
356
257
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231
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Region
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II
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IX
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II
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7
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OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION AND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
                                                        APPENDIX F

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                                         FY 1986 QARM SERVICE STANDARDS
HO Grants Service Standards
                         HO ADP Service Standards
o Award qrant or cooperative
  agreeinent after funding
  recomtendation is made by program.

o Award interagency agreement
  after receipt fron program.

o Prepare determination for
  reguest for deviation from
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  governinq grant award.

o Issue determination in suspension/
  governing grant award.

  complete.
  governing grant award.
     Standard
(in calendar days)

        18
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Service Time for Data Processing

o Batch Processing Priority

  5
  4
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  2 (default priority if user
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before priority 3
before priority 2
     Class 1	90% of all jobs
                                   in <30 minutes

     Class II	90% of all jobs
                                   in <60 minutes

     Class III	90% of all jobs
                                   in < 4 hours
                                                                    1  (all classes)
                                                               overnight
                                                                  o "Interactive" Processing

                                                                    - "Short" transactions


                                                                    - All other transactions


                                                                  Stability Goals

                                                                  Maximum number of system failures
                                                                  per guarter.
                                                            90% of all jobs
                                                            in < 2 seconds

                                                            90% of all jobs
                                                            in < 5 seconds
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