Any Contractor employed by the Spokane River Regional Toxics Task Force (SRRTTF) may take on other professional assignments during the course of the contract period provided: 1) the Contractor provides the SRRTTF through its Administrative and Contracting Entity (ACE) with a description of the proposed scope of services and 2) the Contractor receives written notice from ACE confirming that the SRRTTF has determined that the assignment is not a conflict of interest with the work under the contract agreement.
The Eastern Regional Office of the WA Department of Ecology’s Water Quality Program has asked Dr. David Dilks, LimnoTech, Inc., if he would participate in the Dec. 6, 2016 Spokane River Dissolved Oxygen Advisory Group meeting via conference call. Specifically, Ecology has asked Dr. Dilks to call in to the meeting for approximately one hour to provide background information on how he used the CE-QUAL-W2 model for the Spokane Dischargers. Dr. Dilks is providing this service pro bono.
Dr. Dilks’ agreement as part of his work with the Spokane River Regional Toxics Task Force is that he not be involved in DO TMDL issues unless there is consensus among Task Force members that his work provides no potential for Conflict of Interest.
This notice is being posted on the SRRTTF website and begins a 5-business day reply period. Any response or concern about potential Conflict of Interest should be provided via email to Bud Leber, ACE President, and the SRRTTF Website Contact point, no later than noon, Friday, Dec. 2nd, 2016.
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