The environmental rehabilitation of the contaminated parts of the land is the sole responsibility of the military division and is carried out in collaboration with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and/or, where appropriate, the State Environmental Supervisory Authority, in accordance with an agreement or enforceable injunction. For your information, you will find a copy of an agreement (MOA) signed by DoD and the federal agencies that support utility transfers. The MOA establishes responsibilities for environmental obligations related to the allocation of authorized basic real estate for utility transfers. This agreement is intended to assure the sponsoring agencies that the relevant military service is responsible for the necessary environmental rehabilitation caused by the military presence on the ground assigned to the sponsorship agencies. The main purpose of this agreement is to regulate the division of responsibilities between the military division and the federal sponsorship agency for any contamination resulting from acts committed in the field prior to its transfer to a recipient of public services. This agreement should not be construed as preventing the military division from imposing cost coverage, contribution or other action on third parties or parties whose military division reasonably believes it may have contributed to the contamination prior to the public service delegation. This agreement is intended only to improve the internal management of the executive branch and is not intended to create a material or procedural, material or procedural procedure or an enforceable benefit by a party against the United States, its agencies or its officers, in law or law. John B. Goodman Deputy Under Secretary (Industrial Affairs and Facilities) We hope that MOA will improve our process of transferring basic real estate for the use of utilities and accelerate the completion of future real estate transfers.
If you have any questions about the MOA, please contact Ms. Phyllis Breland of Base Closure and Transition Office at (703) 604-2403. CONSIDERING that a federal sponsorship agency, which acts as a channel through which the title is ultimately transferred from the United States to the public beneficiary, will seek the disposal of the assets under supervision, provided that the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, 40 U.C. 484 (k), is presented in the amended regulation and adopted in the adopted regulation; CET ACCORD is concluded between the ministries of education, health and human services, the interior and transport (hereafter collectively referred to as “federal sponsorships”) and the Ministry of Defence (`DoD`) and the departments of the Army, Navy and Air Force (`military divisions`).