- Section 106 Training for Indian Tribes is a step-by-step online on-demand introduction to the Section 106 process for tribal leaders and tribal staff in tribal historic preservation and natural and cultural resources and it includes suggestions for navigating consultation with federal agencies and maximizing opportunities for influencing federal decision making.
- Policy Statement Regarding the ACHP’s Relationships with Indian Tribes
- Section 106 flowchart - Simple chart showing the steps for Section 106
- Guidance for Indian Tribes and Native Hawaiian Organizations: What to Ask the Federal Agency in the Section 106 Process is intended to assist tribal and Native Hawaiian organization (NHO) officials to participate more effectively in the Section 106 review process.
- Whom to Contact if You Have Section 106 Issues: Guidance for Indian Tribes and Native Hawaiian Organizations This guidance helps Indian tribes and NHOs determine the best contact for assistance when they encounter challenges in the Section 106 process.
- Early Coordination with Indian Tribes During Pre-Application Processes: A Handbook This handbook presents recommendations for federal agencies, applicants, and Indian tribes to work together in pre-application information gathering or prior to initiating the Section 106 process.
Types of Agreement Documents in Section 106: What They Are and When They Should Be Used This guidance clarifies the different types of agreements mentioned in the ACHP’s regulations at 36 CFR Part 800 and when it is appropriate to use them.
- Agency Section 106 Agreements with Indian tribes and Native Hawaiian organizations (SPO Memo) The Senior Policy Officials memo highlights the 36 CFR 800.2 (c)(2)(E)) agreements with Indian tribes and Native Hawaiian organizations as a vehicle that can address all aspects of a tribe’s or Native Hawaiian organization’s participation in the review process and be of benefit to all parties.