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QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN
FOR EPA REGION 4

United States Environmental Protection Agency
Region 4
61 Forsyth Street, SW
Atlanta, Georgia 30303

March, 2007

This plan covers all monitoring, and measurement, activities mandated through EPA regulations and memoranda. This includes all internal and extramural environmental data generated by activities conducted through regional monitoring programs, grants, contracts, interagency, and cooperative agreements. In addition, the plan covers environmental technology which is funded by the Agency whose purpose is to prevent pollutants from entering the environment or to remove pollutants from the environment.

This document is intended for use by EPA Region 4 managers and staff as well as those organizations producing environmental data under an EPA extramural agreement, i.e., contract, grant, cooperative agreement, and interagency agreement. The document provides a logical connection between Agency QA policy and the implementation of such policies in Region 4.

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QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR EPA REGION 4
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