Alice Tome is a chemical engineer with a strong economics background. Tome specializes in economics, pollution prevention approaches, and related policy. She has more than 20 years of experience directing prime contracts for EPA’s Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, including supporting EPA in the implementation of the Toxics Substances Control Act (TSCA) and, more recently, the revisions to TSCA under the Lautenberg Act. She has contributed to the development of risk and policy analysis tools that improve the accuracy of and streamline the analyses.
Tome is currently the program manager of the Toxic Substances Economics and Pollution Prevention Support with EPA’s Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics. She oversees the delivery of TSCA economic and policy analyses as well as technical and outreach support for the voluntary programs such as Green Chemistry and Safer Choice program, the Risk Screening Environmental Indicators model, and other information tools. As a program manager, she has directed delivery of more than 250 work assignments involving more than 300 staff.
Tome has served as a Project Quality Advisor on several of Abt’s EPA integrated economics contracts. This experience includes contracts for the National Center for Environmental Economics and the Office of Water. As a work assignment manager, she has completed more than 100 work assignments for EPA, mostly pertaining to regulatory support under the Toxic Substances Control Act. She has managed three prior contracts valued at over $40 million for Abt that provided regulatory support and chemical information products.
- Economic Analysis
- Regulatory Support
- Green Chemistry
- Pollution Prevention
- Toxic Substances Economics and Pollution Prevention Support
- Toxics Substance Control Act Regulatory Support
- Risk Screening Environmental Indicators