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Subject: ACTION: Risk Based Stewardship and Oversight Date: March 28, 2014
From: /s/ Original signed by: Butch Wlashchin for
Walter C. Waidelich, Jr.
Associate Administrator for Infrastructure
Reply to Attn. of: HIPA-10
To: Directors of Field Services
Division Administrators

Attached are the following documents:

These documents supersede the December 19, 2013 "Stewardship and Oversight Agreement Implementation Guidance" memorandum and previous guidance related to PoDIs, PoCIs, and CAP.

These documents will be accessible at the Stewardship and Oversight website at http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/federalaid/stewardship/.

Please note that the CAP guidance discusses the use of technical guides. These guides are being updated to include an improved finance guide that will align with the revised FIRE improper payment/billing requirements. They will be re-issued in time for use in PY 2015.

If you have further questions or need immediate assistance regarding the attached guidance documents, please contact Sheila Masters at 202-366-1557 or via e-mail.

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Updated: 06/12/2015
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