Find other planners, Centers of Experties, Communities, newsletters, other Federal agencies, and professional associations.
Planning Community of Practice
A collection of SharePoint site links for the Planning Community of Practice and associated Sub-Communities of Practice.
Water Resources Certified Planner Program
The USACE National Water Resources Certified Planner
program sets a standard of excellence for the USACE
water resources planners and supports the continuing
development of a highly capable planning workforce. In
addition, the program advances the technical capability
of individual planners, strengthens the quality of USACE
planning products, and recognizes USACE national
- Planner Database
A hub for Corps Planners and those that work with them
to: identify and find planners in each district and
Planning Sub-CoP; gather Community statistics; record
training and identify training needs; track ATR
Certification and find ATR Certified Planners; and more.
- Planning Centers of Expertise (PCX)
- Coastal Storm Risk Management
- Deep Draft Navigation
- Small Boat Harbor Sub-PCX
- Ecosystem Restoration
- Flood Risk Management
- Inland Navigation
- Water Management and Reallocation
- Planning Workforce Development Guide
This document provides PCoP members guidance in holistic development based on their individual career goals and the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to excel in USACE water resources planning. MARCH 2022 UPDATE: The Plan Formulation KSAs and Career Roadmap have been added to Appendices A and B. The Career Roadmaps and KSAs for the remaining sub-CoPs are still under development and will be added later this year.
Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works
Information about the ASA(CW) organization, including roles and responsibilities of various offices within OASA(CW).
- Environmental Advisory Board (EAB)
The Chief of Engineers' Environmental Advisory Board is a permanent subcommittee of the Army Science Board consisting of members who are eminent authorities in the field of natural (e.g., biological, ecological), social (e.g., anthropologist, community planner), and related sciences with diversity in thought.
Other Corps Expertise
Planners draw on elements across the Army Corps of Engineers, including research and development activities at ERDC, planning support tools from IWR, and technical expertise from Centers of Expertise and other Communities of Practice across the Corps.
- Congressional Links
Links to relevant Congressional information pertinent to planners including Congressional committees overseeing the Civil Works Program, the Library of Congress, and government agency contact information
- Other Federal Agencies
Links to USACE partner federal agency websites.
- Professional Associations
National professional associations; this list is meant as a resource for USACE’s water resources planners and is not an endorsement