SRA to Process EPA Clean Air Act Info, Compile Reports

SRA International will work with the Environmental Protection Agency to process reports and compile information covered under the Clean Air Act, according to a Nov. 8 Federal Register.

The EPA said in the notice it will accept public comment on its plan to work with SRA through Tuesday.

Work will also include program support, technical support and information technology services that involve accessing information usually considered as confidential business information.

Access to data will occur between Nov. 19 and Dec. 31 as part of the project with the EPA’s office of transportation and air quality.

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