Society News Archive

26 November 2003

The EPA has created a new website making over 4,600 publications and documents available.

The EPA Science Inventory is a searchable, Agency-wide catalog of science activities and scientific and technical work products (for example, risk assessments, technical studies and guidance, and research).

The Science Inventory is designed to help EPA scientists and managers coordinate the planning and development of science activities and inform the public about scientific direction and achievement at EPA. The Science Inventory is maintained in a database containing thousands of records. These records provide information such as project descriptions (abstracts), contacts for additional information, and electronic links to related work and final reports.

The Science Inventory is managed by the Office of Research and Development with oversight by an Agency-wide workgroup sanctioned by the EPA Science Policy Council.