The ACHP's major program offices are reflected in its organizational structure.
Federal Agency Programs
The Office of Federal Agency Programs participates in Section 106 reviews, develops and implements program improvement initiatives, provides technical assistance and guidance for Section 106 users, and works to improve federal agency and stakeholder understanding of Section 106. It also oversees implementation of Section 3 of Executive Order 13287, "Preserve America," and develops and administers the ACHP's training program, including delivery of classroom courses, webinars, and e-learning.
Native American Affairs
The Office of Native American Affairs advises the ACHP leadership and staff on policy and program matters related to Native American issues, and offers technical assistance and outreach for tribal and Native Hawaiian Organization consultation under the Section 106 review process.
The Office of Preservation Initiatives (OPI) analyzes legislation, develops policy recommendations,oversees special studies and reports, and implements programs related to national preservation benefits such as community development, economic impacts, sustainability, and tourism. It oversees the Preserve America Program.
Communications, Education, and Outreach
The Office of Communications, Education, and Outreach creates and conveys the ACHP’s message to partners, stakeholders, and the general public via print and electronic media, meets information requests from citizens and Congress, handles media relations, and manages ACHP outreach, awards and publications.
The Office of the Executive Director has senior management responsibility for all staff organizational units and reports to the chairman.
The Office of General Counsel provides legal advice and analyses, reviews and manages Freedom of Information Act requests, and oversees the agency ethics program.
The Office of Administration oversees a full range of administrative, personnel, procurement, space planning, budget, and fiscal services and coordinates related services provided by the Department of the Interior (DOI) and GSA on a reimbursable basis. The office also provides administrative and clerical support to ACHP leadership and the executive director. In FY 2017 the director of the office retired, and his position was converted into a lower-graded human resources staff position. The existing budget officer assumed supervisory responsibilities.
The Office of Information Technology manages the ACHP’s information technology services, infrastructure, and cybersecurity operations supporting ACHP staff and clients in the conduct of agency programs. As part of technology services delivery, OIT promotes innovative uses of technology and provides enterprise applications and web services supporting key agency activities. OIT provides the daily operations of the agency data center, cloud infrastructure, network, telecommunications, and information security.