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  • SIMPLE - Contents
    Management for Small Utilities Interactive Training Practitioner Contents GASB 34 The 10 Steps to Asset Management Asset Management Guidelines Develop an Improvement Plan Reports Case Studies SAM Practitioner Tools Contents This topic covers the following areas How to Subscribe Table of Contents for the Three Levels of SIMPLE How Can Asset Management Help Me Project Background How to use SIMPLE What is SIMPLE Getting Started Pathways to Asset Management Effective

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  • SIMPLE - Interactive Training
    Can Asset Management Help Me Project Background How to use SIMPLE What is SIMPLE Getting Started Pathways to Asset Management Effective Implementation Asset Management for Small Utilities Interactive Training EPA Asset Management Training Material SIMPLE Webcasts Practitioner Contents GASB 34 The 10 Steps to Asset Management Asset Management Guidelines Develop an Improvement Plan Reports Case Studies SAM Practitioner Tools Contents Interactive Training This topic covers the following areas EPA Asset

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  • SIMPLE - Sources of Financial Assistance to Drinking Water Systems
    to help you raise the money your system will require to maintain its assets in good condition replace deteriorated assets and continue to provide safe and secure drinking water to your customers Contact your State or Regional Tribal Capacity Development Coordinator and the Public Service Agency through Primacy Agencies or Tribal Contacts for more information Major Providers of Financial Assistance to Drinking Water Systems Name of Program Description Contact Information Drinking Water State Revolving Fund DWSRF These state administered loans enable water systems to finance infrastructure improvements provide training and fund source water protection activities Website Safe Water Drinking Hotline at 800 426 4791 Rural Utilities Service RUS Water and Wastewater Loan and Grant Program This program offers loans and grants to develop water and waste disposal systems in rural areas to reduce user costs Website 202 720 9540 State specific programs Your state may offer additional funding programs State contacts Tribal specific programs EPA gives grants not loans to tribes through the DWSRF Tribal Set Aside program for improvements to water systems that serve tribes States and the Indian Health Service may provide additional financial assistance Tribal contacts Other Potential Sources of Financing or Financial Assistance for Drinking Water Systems Name of Program Description Contact Information Community Development Block Grants CDBG This program offers grants to disadvantaged cities urban counties and states to develop viable communities Website 202 708 1112 Public Works and Infrastructure Development Grants These grants help distressed communities overcome barriers that inhibit the growth of their local economies Website 202 482 5081 National Bank for Cooperatives Loan Program CoBank CoBank provides loans to larger credit worthy rural utilities Website 800 542 8072 Rural Community Assistance Corporation RCAC RCAC provides loans to rural utilities in 11 western states to help meet the financing needs of rural communities

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  • SIMPLE - Sources for More Information on Asset Management
    Act Primacy Agencies Tribal Contacts Other STEP Guide Documents Interactive Training Practitioner Contents GASB 34 The 10 Steps to Asset Management Asset Management Guidelines Develop an Improvement Plan Reports Case Studies SAM Practitioner Tools Contents Asset Management for Small Utilities Appendices Sources for More Information on Asset Management Electronic Programs CAPFinance The Environmental Finance Center at Boise State University has developed an easy to use computer program to help water systems inventory their assets and analyze funding options for rehabilitation and replacement of assets For more information or to order a copy call 208 426 1567 or visit their website Show me Water Ratemaker The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has developed analysis software to help water systems set rates To obtain a free copy call 800 361 4827 Documents A Guidebook of Financial Tools produced by the Environmental Financial Advisory Board and the Environmental Finance Center Network is available in PDF format It is also available by emailing efin epa gov or by calling 800 490 9198 Financial Accounting Guide for Small Water Utilities Michael D Peroo 1997 Kansas Rural Water Association This document is available through the National Drinking Water Clearinghouse West Virginia University 800 624 830 GASB

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  • SIMPLE - Safe Drinking Water Act Primacy Agencies
    Department of Planning and Natural Resources Division of Environmental Protection 340 773 1082 EPA Region 3 215 814 2300 Delaware Delaware Health and Social Services Division of Public Health 302 739 5410 District of Columbia Environmental Health Administration Water Resources Management Division 202 535 2190 Maryland Department of the Environment Public Drinking Water Program 410 537 3000 Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Bureau of Water Supply Management 717 787 5017 Virginia Department of Health Division of Water Supply Engineering 804 786 5566 West Virginia Bureau for Public Health Environmental Engineering Department 304 558 2981 EPA Region 4 404 562 9345 Alabama Department of Environmental Management Water Supply Branch 334 271 7773 Florida Department of Environmental Protection Drinking Water Section 850 487 1762 Georgia Department of Natural Resources Water Resources Branch 404 656 4087 Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection Drinking Water Branch 502 564 3410 Mississippi Department of Health Division of Water Supply 601 576 7518 North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources Public Water Supply Section 919 733 2321 South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Bureau of Water 803 898 4300 Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Water Supply 615 532 0191 EPA Region 5 312 886 4239 Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Division of Public Water Supplies 217 785 8653 Indiana Department of Environmental Management Drinking Water Branch 317 308 3282 Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Drinking Water and Radiological Protection Division 517 335 9216 Minnesota Department of Health Drinking Water Protection Section 651 215 0770 Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Division of Drinking and Ground Water 614 644 2752 Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Bureau of Water Supply 608 266 2299 EPA Region 6 214 665 2757 Arkansas Department of Health Division of Engineering 501 661 2623 Louisiana Office of Public Health Division of Environmental

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  • SIMPLE - Tribal Contacts
    on Asset Management Safe Drinking Water Act Primacy Agencies Tribal Contacts Other STEP Guide Documents Interactive Training Practitioner Contents GASB 34 The 10 Steps to Asset Management Asset Management Guidelines Develop an Improvement Plan Reports Case Studies SAM Practitioner Tools Contents Asset Management for Small Utilities Appendices Tribal Contacts These contacts can provide additional information about the laws governing your Tribe US EPA Headquarters American Indian Environmental Office 202 564

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  • SIMPLE - How Can Asset Management Help Me?
    Contents GASB 34 The 10 Steps to Asset Management Asset Management Guidelines Develop an Improvement Plan Reports Case Studies SAM Practitioner Tools Contents How Can Asset Management Help Me Applying the practices recommended in this guide will help you improve the management of your system by Increasing your knowledge of your system which will allow you to make better financial decisions This is useful information when considering options to address various system challenges such as meeting regulatory requirements or upgrading system security Reducing system down time and the number of emergency repairs since you will have planned for the replacement and rehabilitation of your assets Prioritizing rehabilitation and replacement needs and providing time to research cost effective alternatives Showing investors and the public that you are using their money effectively and efficiently which may make them more likely to increase investment or tolerate rate increases Giving you greater access to financial assistance Some funding sources give applicants extra credit higher priority ratings for having an asset management plan or a capital improvement plan For additional information on funding sources see Sources of Financial Assistance to Drinking Water Systems EPA s Sources of Technical and Financial Assistance Workbook EPA 816 K

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  • SIMPLE - Restricted Access
    SIMPLE Getting Started Pathways to Asset Management Effective Implementation Asset Management for Small Utilities Interactive Training Practitioner Contents GASB 34 The 10 Steps to Asset Management Asset Management Guidelines Develop an Improvement Plan Reports Case Studies SAM Practitioner Tools Practitioner Entry WERF membership required to view this page This section is restricted for access only to Water Environment Research Foundation WERF members Should you wish to view the material within

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