U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern Division

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern Division Welcome to the official Southwestern Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers page! Our Website is: http://www.swd.usace.army.mil/ This page is administered by the Southwestern Division Public Affairs Office: https://www.usace.army.mil/SocialMedia
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Southwestern Division is a regional team of professionals dedicated to providing engineering excellence with integrity and credibility to our communities, our military and our Nation. We are a major subordinate command of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and one of nine division offices nationwide.

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Everyone’s on the go these days and taking smartphones, laptops, tablets, and other devices along to get information, sh...
10/28/2020

Everyone’s on the go these days and taking smartphones, laptops, tablets, and other devices along to get information, shop, manage documents, and of course communicate with friends and family. But those conveniences may also come with threats and vulnerabilities. Consider these recommendations from the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security.

What are some basic strategies for safe computing with mobile devices?

Before you go:

-- Update mobile software to improve your device’s ability to defend against malware. Setting devices to update automatically ensures you have the latest versions of security software.
-- Back up information, including contacts, photos, videos, and other mobile device data, using another device or a cloud service.
-- Use strong PINs and passwords and set devices to lock after a brief period of inactivity.

https://safecomputing.umich.edu/protect-yourself/travel-safely-with-technology/safe-computing-when-traveling

More than half of Americans (52%) say they have decided not to use a product or service because they were worried about ...
10/23/2020

More than half of Americans (52%) say they have decided not to use a product or service because they were worried about how much personal information was being collected about them. cisa.gov/ncsam.

Simple Tip 3: Keep up to date. Keep your software updated to the latest version available. Maintain your security settin...
10/21/2020

Simple Tip 3: Keep up to date. Keep your software updated to the latest version available. Maintain your security settings to keeping your information safe by turning on automatic updates so you don’t have to think about it, and set your security software to run regular scans. Keep Safe and Visit cisa.gov/ncsam

10/21/2020
Fort Worth District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

On this FIRST edition of #SWF50 News District Update, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern Division Public Affairs Specialist Jordyn McCulley gives you a closer look at the Hatch Act and the Fort Worth District’s emergency response mission.

On this FIRST edition of #SWF50 News District Update, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern Division Public Affairs Specialist Jordyn McCulley gives you a closer look at the Hatch Act and the Fort Worth District’s emergency response mission.

Simple Tip 2: Shake up your password protocol. Use the longest password or passphrase permissible. Get creative and cust...
10/20/2020

Simple Tip 2: Shake up your password protocol. Use the longest password or passphrase permissible. Get creative and customize your standard password for different sites, which can prevent cyber criminals from gaining access to these accounts and protect you in the event of a breach. Use password managers to generate and remember different, complex passwords for each of your accounts. Read the Creating a Password Tip Sheet for more information. Keep Safe and Visit cisa.gov/ncsam

Simple Tip 1: Double your login protection. Enable multi-factor authentication (MFA) to ensure that the only person who ...
10/19/2020

Simple Tip 1: Double your login protection. Enable multi-factor authentication (MFA) to ensure that the only person who has access to your account is you. Use it for email, banking, social media, and any other service that requires logging in. If MFA is an option, enable it by using a trusted mobile device, such as your smartphone, an authenticator app, or a secure token—a small physical device that can hook onto your key ring. Read the Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) How-to-Guide for more information.

This year has seen major disruptions in the way we work, learn, and socialize, driving many of these activities online. ...
10/15/2020

This year has seen major disruptions in the way we work, learn, and socialize, driving many of these activities online. With our homes, schools, and business more connected than ever, it’s vital to “Protect It” and #BeCyberSmart.

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) has officially begun! join us in spreading cybersecurity awareness and en...
10/09/2020

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) has officially begun! join us in spreading cybersecurity awareness and encourage everyone to own their role in protecting Internet-connected devices. “Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart.”

Cybersecurity starts with YOU and is everyone’s responsibility. Join us and get involved by visiting cisa.gov/ncsam
10/08/2020

Cybersecurity starts with YOU and is everyone’s responsibility. Join us and get involved by visiting cisa.gov/ncsam

Cybersecurity starts with YOU and is everyone’s responsibility. There are currently an estimated 4.8 billion Internet us...
10/05/2020

Cybersecurity starts with YOU and is everyone’s responsibility. There are currently an estimated 4.8 billion Internet users—over 62% of the world's population! This number will only grow, making the need to “Protect It” more important than ever. Join us and get involved by visiting cisa.gov/ncsam

Also, DYK that you can check your knowledge about cybersecurity here: https://www.itsecurityawareness.ie/quiz/index.html

10/01/2020
Orange County, USACE and GLO Design Agreement Ceremony - 28 September 2020

The Orange County Drainage District hosted a signing agreement ceremony September 28, with the Texas General Land Office and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, congressional and senate leaders and federal and local elected officials. The Design Agreement establishes a cost-share structure for the engineering design of the Orange project. The agreement was officially signed by Judge John Gothia, Orange County Drainage District General Manager Don Carona and Galveston District Commander Col. Timothy Vail. This is a new Coastal Storm Risk Management project, featuring the construction of more than 15 miles of new levees and nearly 11 miles of flood walls and gates. The improved system will also include seven pump stations, more than 50 drainage structures, and 32 closure gates. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DJTdfR5MhY

The Orange County Drainage District hosted a signing agreement ceremony September 28, with the Texas General Land Office (GLO) and the U.S. Army Corps of Eng...

October is National Energy Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness of the critical role energy resilience plays in mi...
10/01/2020

October is National Energy Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness of the critical role energy resilience plays in mission readiness and to drive behavior change. This year’s theme, “Energy Resilience Gives Us the Power to Win” reinforces the importance of the Army having a resilient and secure installation energy and water posture at its installations and enduring locations overseas to enable Warfighters to accomplish their mission. The Army is working to modernize and reform energy and water programs, focusing on resilience, efficiency, and affordability. https://www.army.mil/ASAIEE

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Established by Public Law and Presidential Proclamation, the ...
10/01/2020

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Established by Public Law and Presidential Proclamation, the awareness event is observed so that Americans may reaffirm commitment to ensuring equal opportunity for all citizens. The observance also pays tribute to the accomplishments of men and women with disabilities who contributed, continue to contribute, and wish to contribute to making the nation's economy strong. The theme for this year’s event is “Don't Set Limits on Unlimited Potential.”

Each person brings unique skills and abilities to a job. Equity, dignity, respect, and cooperation among all individuals are essential values in the DoD work environment. As part of the Department of Defense, the Nation’s largest employer USACE recognizes the vital role in advancing disability awareness and employing workers with disabilities. The DoD has an ongoing commitment to an inclusive Total Force, where qualified men and women of all walks of life can pursue their full potential.
Learn more about the Workforce Recruitment Program at :
https://www.dol.gov/agencies/odep/employers/workforce-recruitment-program

Please remember to stay safe while hunting. Check out the image below for some treestand safety tips! #lrcorps #huntngsa...
09/30/2020

Please remember to stay safe while hunting. Check out the image below for some treestand safety tips!
#lrcorps #huntngsafety #USACEeducates

Please remember to stay safe while hunting. Check out the image below for some treestand safety tips!
#lrcorps #huntngsafety #USACEeducates

Hugo Lake staff worked with the public on Saturday the 26th to clean up around the lake's overlook and dam.  Thank you t...
09/30/2020

Hugo Lake staff worked with the public on Saturday the 26th to clean up around the lake's overlook and dam. Thank you to Hugo Lake ranger, Sarah Whorton for all the hard work on this project and thank you to all who came out to help!
#dontbetrashy #thegreatoutdoors #pickitup #dontlitter #itsyourlandtoo #Hugo #Oklahoma #lakes #recreation #USACE #thislandisyourland #TulsaDistrict

Hugo Lake staff worked with the public on Saturday the 26th to clean up around the lake's overlook and dam. Thank you to Hugo Lake ranger, Sarah Whorton for all the hard work on this project and thank you to all who came out to help!

#dontbetrashy #thegreatoutdoors #pickitup #dontlitter #itsyourlandtoo #Hugo #Oklahoma #lakes #recreation #USACE #thislandisyourland #TulsaDistrict

The Orange County Drainage District hosted a signing agreement ceremony Monday, September 28, 2020 with the Texas Genera...
09/30/2020
Levee Coming To Orange County - KOGT

The Orange County Drainage District hosted a signing agreement ceremony Monday, September 28, 2020 with the Texas General Land Office (GLO) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), congressional and senate leaders and federal and local elected officials. Coverage from KOGT Radio's Dan Perrine.

The United States Army Corps of Engineers conducted a ceremony Monday for the signing of an agreement authorizing the building of a massive levee project for Orange County.  The ceremony held at the Orange County Convention and Expo Center was attended by officials from the federal, state, and loca...

09/28/2020
Galveston District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Addicks/Barker Reservoirs update for Sunday includes no change to releases, reservoir pools decreasing slowly.
Addicks Reservoir was at elevation 91.51 ft NAVD88 and falling as of 0645 today, which is 18% of its government storage capacity and 12% of its total capacity and is currently in Stage 1 Extended Watch and releasing approximately 1300 cfs.
Barker Reservoir was at elevation 88.65 ft NAVD88 and falling as of 0645 today which is 24% of its government storage capacity and 9% of its total capacity and is currently in Stage 1 Extended Watch and releasing approximately 1210 cfs.
No changes to releases are anticipated today. There is a chance of rain on Monday with a total 24-hr QPF of 0.07 inches; the remainder of the week should be dry. Flow at Piney Point is currently 2830 cfs. We will continue monitoring the weather conditions and will send updates if necessary.

Addicks/Barker Reservoirs update for Sunday includes no change to releases, reservoir pools decreasing slowly.

Addicks Reservoir was at elevation 91.51 ft NAVD88 and falling as of 0645 today, which is 18% of its government storage capacity and 12% of its total capacity and is currently in Stage 1 Extended Watch and releasing approximately 1300 cfs.

Barker Reservoir was at elevation 88.65 ft NAVD88 and falling as of 0645 today which is 24% of its government storage capacity and 9% of its total capacity and is currently in Stage 1 Extended Watch and releasing approximately 1210 cfs.

No changes to releases are anticipated today. There is a chance of rain on Monday with a total 24-hr QPF of 0.07 inches; the remainder of the week should be dry. Flow at Piney Point is currently 2830 cfs. We will continue monitoring the weather conditions and will send updates if necessary.

In the 4th episode of "Building Careers," we sit down with Brian Brandt to talk about what it takes to be an Area Engine...
09/25/2020
USAJOBS - Search

In the 4th episode of "Building Careers," we sit down with Brian Brandt to talk about what it takes to be an Area Engineer, what it’s like running the Laredo, TX Area Office and the various career opportunities there.
Find out more about career opportunities with the Fort Worth district, visit https://usace.usajobs.gov/Search/Results?d=AR&k=fort%20worth%20district&p=1
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09/25/2020
Galveston District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is increasing the releases from Addicks and Barker reservoirs to a combined total of roughly 2250 cubic feet per second.
Flows in Buffalo Bayou at Piney Point remain below 3000 cubic feet per second and are holding steady. We will continue to monitor the weather and adjust releases accordingly.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is increasing the releases from Addicks and Barker reservoirs to a combined total of roughly 2250 cubic feet per second.

Flows in Buffalo Bayou at Piney Point remain below 3000 cubic feet per second and are holding steady. We will continue to monitor the weather and adjust releases accordingly.

What is National Public Lands Day? #NationalPublicLandsDay began in 1994 with four federal agencies and involved over 70...
09/22/2020

What is National Public Lands Day?
#NationalPublicLandsDay began in 1994 with four federal agencies and involved over 700 volunteers. Depending on the event and needs of the park hosting it, volunteers may remove or paint over graffiti, pull invasive weeds, plant trees, participate in educational tours, and much more!

What is National Public Lands Day?

#NationalPublicLandsDay began in 1994 with four federal agencies and involved over 700 volunteers. Depending on the event and needs of the park hosting it, volunteers may remove or paint over graffiti, pull invasive weeds, plant trees, participate in educational tours, and much more!

Fort Worth District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
09/21/2020

Fort Worth District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Do you know the three “R”s for tree stand safety? Our friends with the FWS have your back with some good info on how to be safe in your tree stand. If you fall out of your stand these could save your life. Recover, relief and rescue. Attempt to recover and return to your stand. If this is not possible, exercise your legs by pushing against the tree, using another form of motion or your suspension relief device until help arrives. Be safe, wear a full body harness, check your mounting and straps, and always use a haul line to raise and lower equipment into and out of the stand.

US National Weather Service Houston-Galveston Texas
09/21/2020

US National Weather Service Houston-Galveston Texas

4AM CDT Adv #15: #Beta continues to move westward towards central coast of Texas & is expected to make landfall tonight. SE Texas will continue to experience coastal flooding, tropical storm force winds & periods of fast moving showers & thunderstorms.

4AM CDT Adv #15: Beta continuará moviéndose hacia el oeste hacia la costa central de Texas y se moverá tierra adentro esta noche. El sureste de Texas continuará experimentando inundaciones costeras, vientos con fuerza de tormenta tropical y periodos de aguaceros y tronadas de movimiento rápido.

#txwx #houwx #glswx #bcswx

09/21/2020
beta.SAM.gov

Join the Tulsa District at 1 p.m. today, (Sept. 21) as they host the Tulsa District Sealed Bid Show for some contract opportunities, which are posted on https://beta.sam.gov/
If you are a small business owner interested in a current or future contracting opportunity with the Corps of Engineers, this is a great opportunity to learn about the process.
The Sealed Bid Show will feature bid openings for the following contracts which are related to the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System:
W912BV20B0005- Install Warning Signs McClellan-Kerr Waterways
W912BV20B0006- Install Warning Signs RS Kerr Waterways
W912BV20B0007- Install Warning Signs Webbers Falls Waterways

Port expansion contract awarded
09/17/2020
Port expansion contract awarded

Port expansion contract awarded

A project to deepen and widen the Port of Freeport Stauffer Channel Reach No. 3 will actualize with the help of Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation.

SWD is very excited to join with OSHA's National Safety Stand Down Week (September 14 - 18) which focuses on Preventing ...
09/16/2020

SWD is very excited to join with OSHA's National Safety Stand Down Week (September 14 - 18) which focuses on Preventing Falls in Construction. Falls are among the most common causes of serious work related injuries and deaths. Employers must set up the work place to prevent employees from falling off of overhead platforms, elevated work stations or into holes in the floor and walls. As USACE employees and contractors work diligently to provide temporary roofing for those affected by Hurricane Laura it is a good opportunity to reinforce fall protection. For more information go to: https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/fallprotection/

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The Southwestern Division, headquartered in Dallas, is a Major Subordinate Command of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. SWD has served the region since 1937, overseeing hundreds of water resources development and military design and construction projects that bring value to our communities, our Nation and our Warfighters. The Division's regional team, which includes four District offices in Little Rock, Ark., Tulsa, Okla., and Galveston and Fort Worth, Texas, provides diverse engineering and construction expertise and other services in all or part of seven states. The Division's area of responsibility covers some 2.3 million acres of public land and water, with an annual program totaling more than $2 billion. In addition to the valuable contributions it provides each day to the communities it serves, SWD, known as the Pacesetters, supports emergency response and recovery efforts when hurricanes or other natural disasters occur, whether within or beyond its area of responsibility.

SWD was established on July 14, 1937, in Little Rock to manage large-scale construction projects authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1936. It moved to Dallas in 1941. Most of SWD’s work falls into three major mission areas:


  • Civil Works, including flood risk management, navigation, hydropower, water supply, recreation, regulatory, and disaster relief;

  • Military Programs, including engineering, construction, and environmental management services for the Army and Air Force; and
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