Summary here
Summary here

On April 19, 2019, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report titled “Tribal Consultation: Additional Federal Actions Needed for Infrastructure Projects (GAO-19-22).” The report examines key factors Indian tribes and select federal agencies identified that hinder effective consultation on impacts to natural and cultural resources on infrastructure projects and makes recommendations for improvements. Click here to view the report.

On April 19, 2019, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report titled “Tribal Consultation: Additional Federal Actions Needed for Infrastructure Projects (GAO-19-22).” The report examines key factors Indian tribes and select federal agencies identified that hinder effective consultation on impacts to natural and cultural resources on infrastructure projects and makes recommendations for improvements. Click here to view the report.

Big picture approach benefits hard-hit communities and restores historic sites on the Gulf Coast

In 2008, the Programmatic Agreement Among the Commanding Officer, Naval Base Coronado, California State Historic Preservation Officer, and Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Regarding Operational and Developmental Undertakings at San Clemente Island, California was executed. Naval Base Coronado is proposing to amend the 2008 Programmatic Agreement to extend it for two years to allow for further discussion on an overall update to the Programmatic Agreement based on current mission requirements and management of historic properties.

In 2008, the Programmatic Agreement Among the Commanding Officer, Naval Base Coronado, California State Historic Preservation Officer, and Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Regarding Operational and Developmental Undertakings at San Clemente Island, California was executed. Naval Base Coronado is proposing to amend the 2008 Programmatic Agreement to extend it for two years to allow for further discussion on an overall update to the Programmatic Agreement based on current mission requirements and management of historic properties.

In recognition of National Volunteer Month and Landscape Architecture Month, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is celebrating the many historic gardens around the nation that could not operate without their dedicated volunteers.

In recognition of National Volunteer Month and Landscape Architecture Month, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is celebrating the many historic gardens around the nation that could not operate without their dedicated volunteers.

Introduction

In its role overseeing the Section 106 review process the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) works with a range of stakeholders to ensure that Section 106 reviews are carried out effectively and without unnecessary delay. In this capacity we occasionally receive inquiries regarding the time limits that govern consultation between lead federal agencies and others in the Section 106 review process.

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