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Regional Directives

Regional Directives implement IAM policies at the regional level and pertain to IA employees within the jurisdiction of a Regional Office. Although they convey additional instructions that may apply only to a specific region(s), regional directives must not conflict with established IA policies and procedures. Regional Directives are considered "permanent" regional policy unless superseded by IA-wide (or Departmental) policy.

Citation
Title
Issue Date
Status
ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
50 IAM 1 - RM Irrigation Project Management7/20/12  
PACIFIC REGION
52 IAM 2 - PAResidential Lease Administrative Surveys 10/05/16 
52 IAM 4 - PAPartitions in Kind of Inherited Allotments3/30/17 
    
MIDWEST REGION