Corrosion Prevention & Control (CPC) Source  

The CPC Source provides just in time information and knowledge for planners, designers, constructors, and maintainers for assistance in planning, identifying, repairing, or eliminating corrosion during the facilities' life cycle. The objective is to reduce overall life-cycle costs, while increasing sustainability, and providing improved durability. To assist in achieving this goal, quick access to CPC training, criteria and related resources can be found on these pages.

CPC Resources
Corrosion Prevention & Control (CPC) Source Overview
CPC Source—Training
CPC Source—Best Practices Identified During the Facilities and Infrastructure Corrosion Evaluation Study
CPC Source—Environmental Severity Classification (ESC)
CPC Source—The Importance of Including Corrosion in the Planning Process
CPC Source—Acquisition Issues
CPC Source—Criteria
CPC Source—Design and Construction Issues
CPC Source—Sustainment, Restoration, Modernization (SRM), Operations and Maintenance (O&M)
CPC Source—Competencies
CPC Source—DoD Facilities and Infrastructure Corrosion Costs
CPC Source—Technology Transitions Into Criteria
  –  Cathodic Protection
  –  Corrosion Science
  –  Doors
  –  Fencing
  –  Paint and Coatings
  –  Pavements
  –  Petroleum Oil Lubricants Storage Distribution Systems
  –  Utilities and Buried Structures
  –  Waterfront and Coastal Structures
Federal Facility Criteria: