Federal agencies have shown significant time and money savings from the use of ADR and have received intangible benefits such as improved relationships and broader stakeholder support for their programs. Evaluation is an important way to identify these savings and benefits and is key to systematic improvement of ADR programs. Through evaluation, EPA is committed to measuring the success of its ADR programs and continually improving them to better meet the needs of EPA offices, Regions, and external stakeholders (e.g., state agencies, industry, environmental advocacy groups).
For More Information:
Jake B. Strickler
Conflict Prevention and Resolution Center
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (MC: 2388A)
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20460
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- EPA ADR Accomplishments Report (PDF)(27 pp, 545 K)
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- NIBCO, Inc. (PDF)(1 pg, 33 K)
- Pfizer, Inc. (PDF)(1 pg, 52 K)
- Healthy Air for Northeast Denver Partnership (PDF)(4 pp, 839 K)
- Oneida County CARE Project (PDF)(4 pp, 1 MB)
- West Oakland Collaborative (PDF)(4 pp, 840 K)
- Federal ADR Council Recommendations on ADR Program Evaluation (PDF)(20 pp, 48 K)