Each year, the Department of Defense (DoD) submits an annual report to Congress (ARC) on its Defense Environmental Programs (DEP). The Report describes the Department's accomplishments during the past year in its restoration, conservation, compliance, and pollution prevention programs by addressing plans and funding needs for protecting human health, sustaining the resources DoD holds in the public trust, meeting its environmental requirements, and supporting the military mission.
The Report also details DoD's efforts for reinforcing environmental programs to ensure the safe and effective use, protection, restoration, and preservation of the Department's natural and cultural assets; and examines DoD's environmental restoration activities at sites on its active and Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) installations and former properties.
Prior to FY2004, DoD submitted separate reports for the Defense Environmental Restoration Program (DERP) and the Environmental Quality (EQ) Programs, which can be accessed from FY1995 through FY2003.
To obtain additional data queries, search installation-level data, and generate customized reports for the latest FY report, please visit: Search the ARC