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Program Management:
Master Implementation Sequencing Plan (MISP)

In 2005, the Master Implementation Sequencing Plan (MISP) was completed in accordance with South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Programmatic Regulations. The MISP defined the order in which CERP projects would be planned, designed, and constructed. It was based on the banding or grouping of projects within five-year time periods. In 2006 and 2007 two independent entities, the Committee on Independent Scientific Review of Everglades Restoration Progress and the General Accountability Office recommended the development of an integrated schedule to guide the overall south Florida ecosystem restoration effort (CERP and non-CERP initiatives). Thus, while the MISP was being updated, it was incorporated into an overall schedule for restoration known as the Integrated Delivery Schedule (IDS).

The IDS includes the various components of CERP, the earlier Foundation projects and critical projects, as well as other efforts by the SFWMD and State of Florida towards restoration that are projected to be under construction by the year 2020. It also provides guidance to implementing agencies for decision-making, scheduling, staffing and budgeting south Florida ecosystem restoration programs as coordinated efforts. The IDS was developed by an interagency team and was presented to the SFERTF.

Also need to include link to IDS: http://www.evergladesplan.org/pm/misp.aspx

MISP Documents:

2005 - Download the March 2005 MISP 1.0 product :

Programmatic Regulations Master Implementation Sequencing Plan

 

19 Nov 2004 - Draft MISP Report

 

5 Nov 2004 - Draft MISP Bands (Updated)

 

23 Jun 2004 - Draft MISP and Banding Products

 

27 Jul 2001 - Updated CERP Master Implementation Schedule

 

2001 & 2002 - Interagency Workshops / Public Meetings

MISP Presentations:

3 Jun 2004 - Master Implementation Sequencing Plan (MISP) and Banding Presentation

Presented by Dennis Duke, US Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District to Water Resource Advisory Commission (WRAC) held at South Florida Water Management District, 3301 Gun Club Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33406

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