Rep. Wants Better Accounting for Bay Restoration

View Comments ()
|
Email
|
Print

    NEWSLETTERS

    Getty Images
    A Congressman from Virginia says better management techniques will help keep tabs on whether Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts are successful.

    A Congressman from Virginia says better management techniques will help keep tabs on whether Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts are successful.

    Representative Rob Wittman says he wants to implement cross-cut budgeting, where budget information from multiple agencies around a common policy goal is presented. He says the Chesapeake Bay partnership involves 10 federal agencies, six states, thousands of localities and dozens of non governmental agencies. Wittman says cross-cut budgeting will help make data from multiple agencies understandable, measure progress and increase accountability. Environmental restoration projects include the Florida Everglades and the California Bay Delta.

    Kavitha Cardoza reports...

    Listen to the complete story at wamu.org

    Copyright 2009 WAMU 88.5 - American University Radio. All Rights Reserved.