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    Project scheduling for compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)

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    The National Environmental Policy Act requires an interdisciplinary team to put together an action plan to mitigate risks and illustrate compliance with NEPA regulations. It is necessary for a project manager to create a project schedule that is efficient and understand basic project management fundamentals to get the most use of resources and time. This solution describes scheduling techniques that can be used by project managers who are tasked with compliance with NEPA regulations.

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    The National Environmental Policy Act, otherwise known as NEPA, requires an interdisciplinary approach to project management that can be challenging. Multiple subject matter experts play a role in developing a report and action plans with the purpose of mitigating negative environmental risks associated with projects. This solution aims to provide methods to schedule tasks that build efficiencies throughout the project.

    A project schedule can have impact most aspects of the project management approach. The first phase of scheduling is to determine ...

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    This solution provides an outline of project management tools that can be used by environmental professionals that are tasked with managing projects for compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The tools provide project managers with the ability to breakdown work activities, schedule parallel activities based on dependencies, and forecast the shortest time in which a project can be done.