2020 Advisory Guidelines on Implementing Section 3: Reporting Progress on the Identification, Protection, and Use of Federal Historic Properties

The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) has posted updated guidelines for federal agencies about how to report on their progress in identifying, protecting, and using historic properties in their ownership or control, consistent with the requirements of Section 3 of Executive Order 13287 (EO). The next report to the President on federal historic property stewardship will be issued by February 15, 2021.

2006 Section 3 Report

Section 3 Report 2006

 

Executive Summary

This is the first triennial report to the President—required under Executive Order (EO) No. 13287, “Preserve America”—addressing the state of the Federal Government’s historic properties and their contribution to local economic development.

2009 Section 3 Report

2009 Section 3 Report cover

 

Executive Summary

This is the second triennial Report to the President required under Executive Order 13287: “Preserve America,” addressing the state of the federal government’s historic properties and their contribution to local economic development. Signed by President George W.

Federal Historic Property Stewardship

The issuance of Executive Order 13287 (EO 13287), Preserve America, on March 3, 2003, marked a defining moment in the federal stewardship of historic properties. Recognizing the broad public interest in the management of federally owned historic properties, the EO encouraged agencies to manage these historic properties as valuable assets that can support agency missions and also stimulate local economic development. Section 3 of EO 13287 establishes an accountability system to gauge agency implementation of the mandates of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and the EO.
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