2003 - The ITEC programs include the Indian General Assistance Program (GAP), a Clean Air Program, a RCRA Subtitle C Hazardous Waste Program, a RCRA Subtitle D Solid Waste Program, a RCRA Underground Storage Tank/Leaking Undergound Storage Tank Program funded by EPA, the ITEC Training Grant and the Superfund Program.
1997 - Both a Clean Air and a Solid Waste Program were added. Clean Air was designed to digitize Tribal landbases, conduct source/emission inventories and conduct ambient air monitoring. Solid Waste was designed to develop solid waste codes, training and educational outreach. The programs were now Superfund, GAP, UST, Clean Air and Solid Waste.
1996 - The Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program was added. The UST Program was designed to help the ITEC member Tribes comply with existing federal regulations by upgrading and managing their UST's. The ITEC programs included Superfund, GAP and UST.
1995 - The Multi-Media Program became the Indian Environmental General Assistance Program (GAP) with essentially the same goals. The programs still only included Superfund and GAP.
1994 - ITEC was expanded to include a Multi-Media Program. Under the Multi-Media Program, the OES assisted the ITEC member Tribes in developing their capacity to manage environmental programs. The programs included Superfund and Multi-Media.
2002 - The ITEC Training Grant was added to the ITEC programs. This grant provides technical training to Tribes throughout EPA Region 6.
2001 - The ITEC programs again included Superfund, GAP, UST, Clean Air, Solid Waste and a Hazardous Waste Program was added for ITEC. A Clean Water 106 grant, Chemical Emergency Preparedness & Prevention grant and Brownfields Pilot Project were added and they will be managed by the OES for the Cherokee Nation.
2000 - The five basic programs were still in place but, one other project grant was added. That grant was a U.S.G.S. MetaData training grant.
1999 - The Oil/Gas Program was phased out by the EPA. As in the previous year, the ITEC programs were limited to Superfund, GAP, UST, Clean Air and Solid Waste.
1998 - The Oil/Gas Program was added. The Oil/Gas Program was designed to provide Tribal oil/gas databases, oil spill notification and training. The ITEC programs included Superfund, GAP, UST, Clean Air, Solid Waste and Oil/Gas.