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Rajeev Agrawal, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, USA discusses the applicability of graph algorithms in the current situation, at @bennettuniv  's global webinar on 'AI Solutions for COVID’ #BUCOVID19 

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Groups accuse U.S. Army Corps of Engineers of last-minute change favoring Pebble mine; Pebble says the change will eliminate a large amount of truck traffic

Pres also uses remarks at Ford to reaffirm pledge of assistance in response to the dam failures in Michigan. Says Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA already dispatched. Says he'll pay a visit to the sites "at the appropriate time."

Pres begins "listening session" with African American leaders offering words of concern for those in Michigan hard hit by the failed dams. Says nobody anywhere in the world better able to respond to the calamities than the Army Corps of Engineers, and says they're already sent.

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US Army Corps of Engineers Reopens Texas Lake Campsites for Memorial Day

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers say eventually, the floodwater from Midland will work its way to the Great Lakes which are already reaching record water levels.

The Army Corps of Engineers rated a third of the dams in Michigan as having a high or significant potential for hazard should something go wrong. This Tuesday, something went wrong.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is working in support of the FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency - and in coordination with other federal, state, local and tribal partners – in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Keep up the great work, USACE Headquarters!

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In January, I led the Colorado Congressional delegation in calling on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to do whatever it takes to get the Chatfield Reservoir project done. So glad to see that this important initiative has now been finalized.

A construction company that has been repeatedly touted by President Trump and his allies has been awarded a major border wall construction contract valued at more than $1.2 billion, a US Army Corps of Engineers spokesperson said. #Daybreak8 

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The temporary hospital in the Javits Center will fully open on MONDAY. I congratulate FEMA and the Army Corps of Engineers for their work at Javits. I thank the Javits staff. I thank the National Guard. You built a hospital in a week. You are the best of us.

2. but for the Trump administration -- working with major corporations to make ventilators and the Army Corps of Engineers, among others, building temporary hospitals and providing beds -- these huge gaps wouldn't be getting filled as well as they are.

After touring sites yesterday, I'm asking the Army Corps of Engineers to immediately erect temporary hospitals in 4 locations. I'm also asking for four 250-bed FEMA field hospitals. The facilities are open. No red tape. In my point of view, construction could start tomorrow.

President Trump: Deploy the Army Corps of Engineers to build temporary medical facilities, so that when hospitals are overwhelmed, we can move people into the temporary facilities. It’s only a matter of time before our state's ICU beds fill up. The federal gov't must act.

Happy to do your job, too. Just give me control of the Army Corps of Engineers and I’ll take it from there.

Breaking News: The Army Corps of Engineers says it will look for alternative routes for the Dakota Access pipeline

“If recent history is any guide, White House officials will quietly direct the Army Corps of Engineers to issue an unsigned statement today, explaining that Trump was right about wall construction in Colorado, reality be damned.”

Fox confirms WH directs Army Corps of Engineers to see if it can divert money to border wall from disaster funding bill to cover wildfires in California, hurricanes in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico

BREAKING: The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is suing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for violating environmental and treaty rights. #DAPL 

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BREAKING: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it won't grant easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota.

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