RE: environmental inquiries
Monday, January 07, 2008 9:11:24 AM
Concur. When the questions come in, who will route them? I propose makethe first assessment with s input. SBInet can track the questions and answersbetter that way. ’s team will document both the questions and the answers, asprovided by the appropriate party ( see below ). Can we craft a memo to all of SBI to give instructions as to what to do if they:
receive a letter
inquiry from the press
any other communication, phone , call or e mail from DHS or other SBI andCBP offices. I agree there may be questions, but the again there may not be. Most attention is nowfocused on the fence project. My guess is this project will receive little attention or comment.
Please do not hesitate to call with any questions or concerns.Sincerely,Environment - Land - Facilities DivisionSBInet SPO
Monday, January 07, 2008 6:34 AM
Good morning all. Now that we have posted the Texas Mobile Draft EA on the Web site and will be receiving a lot of external inquiries, we need to ensure we were all on the same page regarding communication rolesand responsibilities. Though the primary purpose of the Web site is to obtain input on the draftdocuments, the publication of the documents provides an even greater entree for questions from variedstakeholders, including the media. I’m proposing the following general roles and responsibilities: Environmental Team: you and your team have the lead on environmental matters. Viaestablished public comment channels, your team receives, reviews, and responds to comments andquestions from non-media stakeholders on the environmental law/policy/process aspects of the DraftEA/Proposed FONSI.
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