State Engagement Program

State Engagement Coordinator

Dot Lofstrom
P 916-255-6532

Program Advisors

Matt Placky
P 609-883-5438

ITRC's State Engagement Program ensures that ITRC documents and training courses are available, promoted, and used. Each state assigns a staff person from its environmental agency to serve as an ITRC Point of Contact (POC).

ITRC State Point of Contact (POC) Map

Click on the map to view the POC for each state. Click here for a printer friendly version of the map.


The goal of the ITRC State Engagement Program (SEP) is to work with state environmental agencies to foster good decision-making regarding the use of innovative environmental technologies for more effective environmental protection. The core purpose of the SEP is to ensure that ITRC documents and training courses are available, promoted, and used by staff at state environmental agencies and all other applicable stakeholders. The SEP is comprised of a network of the state Points of Contact (POCs), along with the State Engagement Coordinator (SEC)—who is a voting member of the ITRC Board of Advisors—and contract-based Program Advisor support. The POCs play an integral role by serving as advocates for ITRC in their state’s environmental agency and by communicating their state’s environmental priorities back to ITRC. The POCs are also instrumental in marketing and promoting ITRC tools and resources to other government agencies, industry, academia, and community and tribal groups.

ITRC Industry Recognition Awards State Engagement Winners click here

State Engagement Program Plan

The State Engagement Program Plan provides an overview of the SEP and outlines the focus areas, defines the goals of the program, and details the POC/SEP roles and responsibilities.

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POC Highlight

Ray Montero

Position/Role with State Agency:
Remedial Project Manager

POC Since:

Best Part About Being a POC: The best part of being a POC is the opportunity to interact with other POCs and/or states to learn the processes, regulations and procedures used to manage their projects. The chance to take these experiences and potentially incorporate them into the management of my projects is a great asset.

Other Experience with ITRC: I am part of the ITRC Vapor Intrusion team that recently published the 2014 VI Guidance Document.

Hobbies/Activities Outside of Work/ITRC: When I am not spending time with my family, which includes two small children, I try to spend as much time as possible road and cross-cycling.

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