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    Reclamation Awards $4.9 Million Contract for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Modernization for the Colorado River Storage Project

    The Bureau of Reclamation took an important step in enhancing infrastructure control, monitoring, information security and knowledge sharing across Colorado River Storage Project (CRSP) facilities by awarding a $4.9 million contract to Systems Integrated on January 2, 2018. The five-phase project will replace and modernize existing Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems to further standardize Reclamation’s system architectures between its Upper and Lower Colorado Regions. Read More →
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    Report to Congress Operations of Glen Canyon Dam

    The Department of the Interior has submitted the Report to Congress - Operations of Glen Canyon Dam Pursuant to the Grand Canyon Protection Act of 1992. The report provides an update from the last report submitted by the Department and covers activities from 2016 through 2017. The Department continues to closely monitor conditions in the Colorado River Basin and looks forward to continuing to work with Congress, the seven Colorado River Basin states, and other interested stakeholders regarding the management of this vital component of the Colorado River system. Read More → | Transmittal Letters from the Secretary
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    Reclamation Begins Green River Water Exchange Negotiations with State of Utah

    The Bureau of Reclamation and State of Utah are initiating negotiations for a water exchange contract, which proposes exchanging the state’s assigned Green River water right for use of Colorado River Storage Project water released from Flaming Gorge Dam. Read More → | Contract
  • Advisory–The Upper Colorado Regional projects statement of construction cost and repayment (SPCCR) presenting the relationship between project cost and repayment are available. Please contact our Finance Officer, Shara Hillier at 801-524-3660 or to obtain a copy of the project SPCCR.


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Last Updated: 1/3/18