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  • May

    Hansen named Sacramento District Regulator of the Year

    Kris Hansen, from our Reno, Nevada, regulatory office, has been awarded the Sacramento District Regulatory Excellence Award for her work in 2015. Hansen was instrumental in completing a complicated permit decision for a new large highway, the Reno-Sparks Southeast Connector.
  • April

    Corps a leading federal ecosystem restoration agency in Lake Tahoe Basin

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is one of the leading federal ecosystem restoration agencies in the Lake Tahoe Basin and has worked with local, state and other federal partners since 1997 to preserve the lake’s prized clarity by restoring natural inflows and controlling invasive species. Corps involvement in the Lake Tahoe Basin is shaped by two programs -- the Tahoe Partnership and the Tahoe Section 108 programs.
  • Division Commander tours Sacramento District projects in Utah

    Brigadier General Mark Toy, commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Division, visited military construction projects at three installations and met with Regulatory staff during a three-day trip to Utah on March 29-31, 2016.
  • Chicago native making tracks in Sacramento after college

    Kaitlyn Pascus wasn’t feeling a lot of love from her hometown of Chicago two years after graduating college. Looking for a fresh start and new adventures, she turned to the interwebs for potential landing spots. Sacramento and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers seemed like an ideal destination.
  • March

    The Workforce Awakens -- Millennials find their “Pathway” to success

    There is a tremor in the workforce. With a swell of retirement-eligible baby boomers leading the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, a new band of heroes face a stiff challenge to quickly transform into future leaders of our nation’s premier public engineering agency. A collection of young professionals born from 1981-1996, millennials hold a cosmic cloud of information at their fingertips and are finding a new “Pathway” to success, designed to make them the most well-trained decision makers the Corps has ever seen.