Fort Edward Interagency Working Group





Meeting planning and facilitation

Against the backdrop of the largest dredging remediation project in the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (USEPA) history, the Fort Edward Interagency Working Group (IAWG) was established to provide a forum where state and federal agencies would meet twice a year to assist the Town and Village of Fort Edward as they work on community revitalization issues associated with the aftermath of the Hudson River PCB Superfund dredging project. The state and federal agencies involved in the IAWG provide community officials with various types of assistance, including financial, administrative, and/or technical guidance, in concert with direct access to available resources. Thanks to the long-term commitment and dynamic participation of IAWG members, the Fort Edward IAWG serves as a model for interagency cooperation and direct delivery of federal and state assistance to the local government.

BRS manages the Fort Edward IAWG on behalf of SRA International, Inc. BRS oversees development of the semi-annual IAWG meetings, including:

  • Meeting planning, including the identification and prioritization of agenda topics;
  • Meeting materials preparation, such as the provision of newsletters, presentations, and visual aids;
  • Meeting facilitation; and
  • Developing detailed meeting minutes.

Location: Fort Edward, New York
Client: US Environmental Protection Agency Region 2
EERD-18th Floor, 290 Broadway
New York, NY 10007-1866