The project is CLWA's participation in the RRBWSD's Groundwater Storage, Banking, Exchange, Extraction & Conjunctive Use Program (RRBWSD Program). CLWA proposes to take delivery of its total SWP Table A Amount allocation and any other SWP water supplies made available by the Department of Water Resources (DWR) to the SWP Contractors, and deliver to RRBWSD the portion of that water that is not needed to meet its demands (typically in wetter years), up to 20,000 acre-feet per year (AFY) in the RRBWSD Program. RRBWSD would store a portion of CLWA's unused SWP delivers for later withdrawal and delivery to the CLWA service area in a future year or years when demand in the CLWA service area is greater than supply (i.e., in drier years). CLWA's current SWP Table A Amount is 95,200 AFY. CLWA's current estimated Table A supply in average, single dry, and multiple dry years is 65,700 AF, 3,800 AF, and 30,500 AF, respectively, based on reliability results for historical periods included in DWR's "Excerpts from Working Draft 2005 SWP Delivery Reliability Report."