In an article titled All Together Now, there is a discussion of the coordination needed at the federal level for disasters generally and for an oil spill in particular. The article is subtitled: Collaboration-minded feds discover that getting agencies to work together is easier said than done.
Also on Sept. 15th, the Washington Post had a short news item regarding the management consulting study now underway at the new a bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement (BOEM), which formerly was the Minerals Management Service. In case you forgot, that is the agency that mismanaged the BP Oil Spill. The article notes that the McKinsey Co. study will not be completed until next year. A few more details are in this Wash Post note.
Let’s try not to have another spill until the results are know and implemented!
- You: Bromwich, chief of new ocean energy management agency, outlines hard work ahead (washingtonpost.com)