Hazardous Waste: Benefits of EPA's Information System are Limited : Report to the Ranking Minority Member, Committee on Governmental Affairs, U.S. Senate

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Page 9 - Agency require the Assistant Administrator of the Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response to determine what information EPA needs to oversee states...
Page 1 - RCRIS gives the states their own individual databases, data entry and retrieval are so difficult that most users do not rely on the system.
Page 9 - EPA required data, develop a data quality assurance program that establishes data reliability standards and methods to ensure data reliability, and develop and implement a cost-effective solution for meeting identified needs.
Page 2 - RCRA implementation, primarily because the system is not relied on as a key tool for managing the program. Instead, users rely on systems they have independently developed as well as other work-arounds that have been created. Recognizing that federal and state users...
Page 7 - EPA officials in the three regions we visited told us that they use...

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