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Staff Paper #24
DECISION-MAKING CRITERIA ISSUES FOR DISCUSSION
Issues pertaining to decision-making criteria
that are being presented for discussion by the TRAC Workgroup #2 on
What process should the Agency use in soliciting input in its selection of
Should the criteria be weighted relative to each other (i.e., which criteria
are most important and which are least important in the decision-making
Should certain criteria be used to identify OP/use combinations to be targeted
for priority action by the agency? If yes, which ones?
What type of process should be used for ranking and/or comparing OP uses
based on the criteria (e.g., Qualitative--high/medium/low vs. Quantified
Is it appropriate to use risk related decision-making criteria in selecting
among OP/use combinations, or does this constitute risk double-counting (after
a risk-related criteria has been used to make initial decisions, should it
be used for subsequent decisions)?
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