National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 is intended to identify significant environmental effects of proposed programs, projects and actions. These effects will be considered in the decision process along with technical, economic, and other necessary factors. DA will carry out the mission of national security in a manner consistent with NEPA and other applicable environmental standards, laws, and policies. The most recent DA policy and guidance on NEPA, 32 CFR, Part 651, went into effect on 28 Mar 02.
Fort Gordon uses the NEPA process to ensure that mission requirements are accomplished while complying with all environmental, natural and cultural resources laws and regulations.
Current Environment Assessments:
- EA for Solar Photovoltaic Generating Array System
- Final Programmatic Environmental Assessment (PEA) and Draft Finding of No Significant Impact (FNSI) for Road to Growth Stationing Actions, Fort Gordon GA
- Draft FNSI for Construction and Operation of a New Access Control Point, Fort Gordon, GA
- EA for Construction and Operation of a New Access Control Point, Fort Gordon, GA
- INRMP SEA, Fort Gordon, GA
- INRMP SEA Draft FNSI, Fort Gordon, GA