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Decision Process (How to get things done)

The Decision Process is a flexible, adaptable series of steps with related conceptsto help government agencies make and implement effective decisions.
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P.O. Box 25007-D-8250 DFC
Denver , CO 80225-0007
Contact Person: Deena Larsen
Phone: 303-445-2584
Fax: 303-445-6352
E-Mail: dlarsen@do.usbr.gov
Website: http://www.usbr.gov/Decision-Process

Detailed Information:
The Decision Process Guide is a step by step approach to solving problems that involve complex issues and multiple stakholders. The Decision Process Guide site discusses these stepsand related concepts (e.g., politics, agendas, change, partnership, etc.). The Guide approach is a new, flexible approachto government decisions. The site uses hypertext structureand connections to illustrate repetitive concepts and the connections between the steps in an effective decision process.The site focuses on how to get effective decisons and to consider the environmental impacts of the potential actions.This site provides instant, in-depth training for people in Reclamation; other international, federal, state, and local governments; private corporations;and colleges.

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