FY 2000 DOD Superfund Financial Transactions
INSPECTOR GENERAL DEPT OF DEFENSE ARLINGTON VA
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Annual audits of DoD Superfund financial transactions are required by section 9611k title 42, United States Code. The Environmental Protection Agency EPA manages the Superfund, which is a trust fund that Congress established to respond to hazardous waste emergencies and to fund the cleanup of hazardous waste. The Superfund pays for the cleanup of hazardous waste when the responsible party either cannot be identified or will not perform the cleanup work and when a State will not assume responsibility. The Army Corps of Engineers the Corps manages the design and construction of cleanup sites paid for by the Environmental Protection Agency with money from the Superfund. The Environmental Protection Agency issues program authority to the Corps through interagency agreements. During FY 2000, for Superfund projects, the Corps recorded 73,106 financial transactions totaling 597.3 million.
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