"No rule is so general, which admits not some exception."
- Robert Burton (1577-1640)
BPA has endeavored to create work elements general enough to include every kind
of activity it funds through the Fish and Wildlife program, yet specific enough
to allow for meaningful tracking and reporting. If an exact match cannot be found,
contractors and their BPA project managers should chose the work element(s) that
most closely correspond with the type of activity being performed, rather then
using the "Other" category. More detailed, specific information may be entered
in the "Work Element Description", "Title", and "Specifications" fields of Pisces.
In rare instances, a contractor may be performing a type of work that is fundamentally
different than anything described by existing work elements. In such a case, the
contractor should consult with his or her BPA project manager to determine if
using the "Other" work element is appropriate.
BPA will modify, delete, or add work elements over time, as program needs change.
Contractor input is critical in shaping this list, so please
notify us if you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions.
Note Information for work elements is now available at http://www.cbfish.org/WorkElement.mvc/Index. Links below to specific work element background pages will take you directly to the cbfish.org pages.
There is one work element in this category:
See all Fish and Wildlife program work elements (PDF)