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March 23, 2012

FH requests upcoming survey participation


The Environmental and Natural Resources Division of the Directorate of Public Works has engaged Science Applications International Corporation to conduct a demographic survey as part of the Programmatic Biological Assessment currently underway at Fort Huachuca.

The survey is critical to provide the necessary information to determine an accurate number of Fort personnel and their economic impact in order to comply with the Endangered Species Act of 1973.

The survey is Web-based and will take only a few minutes to complete, ENRD officials say. Survey participants will be randomly selected and notified by email. Those who receive this notice are asked to answer the questions as soon as possible.

The survey is anonymous, so no personally-identifiable information will be requested, and all information gathered is “For Official Use Only.”

The survey runs Monday ““ April 7.




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