In Fiscal Year 1994, under the direction of Administrator Carol Browner, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reorganized its enforcement and compliance operations to further strengthen enforcement capability and place increased emphasis on compliance assurance. The result of this reorganization was the Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA). This newly created office now provides a single voice for national enforcement and compliance assurance policy and direction. OECA's national policy integrates enforcement and compliance assurance into an approach that targets noncomplying sectors of the regulated community, as well as sensitive ecosystems and populations. This new enforcement and compliance approach fully supports the Federal initiative of 'reinventing government,' which, from the Agency's standpoint, translates into improving environmental compliance and encouraging innovative solutions to compliance problems. This FY1994 Enforcement and Compliance Assurance Accomplishments Report documents the steps EPA has taken in the past year to improve environmental compliance and incorporate innovative solutions into its enforcement cases. This document reports on EPA efforts on the national and regional levels and provides information on some of the enforcement and compliance assurance activities undertaken by some States. It also provides national, regional, and State enforcement highlights and includes information on the cases taken, developed, and settled by EPA and the States.