Capacity Development Programs identify systems (in many cases small systems) in need of assistance in acquiring and maintaining technical, managerial, and financial capacity. The documents and tools below contain general information on national program trends.
- Re-Energizing the Capacity Development Program: Findings & Best Practices from the Capacity Development Re-Energizing Workgroup (816-R-11-004)
The findings and best practices from the Capacity Development Re-Energizing Workgroup
- Public Water System Historical Significant Non-Compliers: National Trends Report (816-R-10-015)
Provides information on Public Water Systems that are Historical Significant Non-Compliers and provides informaiton on the National Trends
- National Capacity Development Strategic Plan (816-K-07-003)
This plan provides a roadmap identifying how EPA's National Capacity Development Program will support the Office of Water's strategic goal to improve PWS performance.
- Multiple Barrier Approach to Public Health Protection (816-K-06-005)
A brochure describing the Multiple Barrier Approach to Public Health Protection.
National Characteristics of Drinking Water Systems Serving 10,000 or Fewer People (PDF)(104 pp, 6 MB,
Characteristics of small drinking water systems serving 10,000 or fewer people and how these characteristics may impact their short-term and long-term sustainability.