This project’s premise explores the relationships between regulatory departments, agencies, divisions, offices
and bureaus within Alaska and how they work in a cohesive and symbiotic relationship with one another during
a response to a pollution incident. By examining a few basic questions pertaining to what regulations deal with
a pollution response and who or what entity has legal responsibility to ensure compliance, a Quick Reference
Pamphlet or QRP was developed for the layman. Two reasons for its development include: The layman who
either may not have clear understanding of all pertinent regulations; or does not have time to read and become a
subject matter expert with the vast amount of governmental plans which explain authorization, permits, forms
Presented to the Faculty
of the University of Alaska Anchorage
in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements
for the Degree of
MASTER OF SCIENCE
Table of Contents
Signature Page / Title Page / Abstract / Project Overview / Project Narrative / Project Planning Start-up - A Memoir from PM686A / Project Management Planning - How this Benefited the Project / Project Management Knowledge Areas / Execution - Conducting the Research / Execution - Research Conclusion and Final Recommendations / Execution - Putting it all together - Developing the QRP Product / Project Closeout / Final Closeout / References / Appendices
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