Section 205 of the 1948 Flood Control Act authorizes the Corps of Engineers to study, design, and construct small flood control projects in partnership with non-Federal government agencies, such as cities, counties, special authorities, or units of state government. The maximum Federal cost for planning, design, and construction of any one project is $10,000,000. Each project must be economically justified, environmentally sound, and technically feasible. Flood control projects are not limited to any particular type of improvement. Levee and channel modifications are examples of flood control projects constructed utilizing the Section 205 authority.