beginning of the fiscal year (FY). There will be no quarterly carryover limitations. This
should permit units to obligate funds in an effective manner by adhering to their spend plans
and avoiding last minute spending. A caution: The funds are fully allocated. No additional
funds will be available.
d. All units with CERCLA non-incident funds are required to submit quarterly reports.
Districts will submit a consolidated report to include all district units. Districts and the
National Strike Force shall submit their report to Commandant (G-MEP). All others shall
submit their report to NPFC (cf). The information in the report is necessary to meet the
reporting requirements set forth by EPA. Reports are due by the 15th of the month
following the end of the quarter and shall provide data for the quarter and cumulative data
for the year including:
Accounting summaries showing all CERCLA transactions including reconciliation
with PES reports. All unreconciled amounts must beidentified and investigated.
Training staff-hours, including instructor preparation and participation time (if CG
instructor) and trainee-hours
A detailed description of any equipment purchases.
A detailed description of any contracts.
For RTC Yorktown, include staff-hours for class/exercise setup, and maintenance of
publications and equipment, in addition to training staff-hours.
For Commandant (G-TGC), include the number of CERCLA and non-CERCLA
discharge reports processed, and the number of CERCLA-related FOIA inquiries.
A summary of any significant chemical events including but not limited to chemical
responses, chemical training, chemicalexercises and meetings.
Suggestions for improving business practices. If problems are identified, recommend
e. Equipment purchased with CERCLA funds is owned by EPA and managed by EPA rules.
The majority of the equipment is held by the Strike Teams as part of their established
CERCLA equipment inventory. This inventory is drawn upon for both training and incident
response. When this equipment is consumed from inventory during a CERCLA