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106 Compliance Tools: Links, Training, Examples
Section 106 Training Opportunities
USS Blueback, Portland, OR
USS Blueback, Portland, OR
Workshops and other Section 106 training opportunities are provided by a variety of organizations.
 
Public Agencies
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
http://www.achp.gov/training.html
 
Federal Preservation Institute
http://fpi.historicpreservation.gov/
 
National Preservation Institute
http://www.npi.org/
For-Profit Organizations
SRI Foundation
http://www.srifoundation.org/continuing_ed.html
 
SWCA Environmental Consultants
http://www.swca.com/jsps/training/training.htm
 

Links
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation was created by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 to oversee the 106 process. The links below are to the organization's webpage.
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation - Agency web page
Section 106 Flowchart - Flowchart outlining the Section 106 process step-by-step.
 
Section 106 Citizens Guide - Brochure that explains the Section 106 process and the public’s role within that process.
 
Section 106 Case Digest - A digest of current and archived prominent Section 106 cases throughout the country.
 
Section 106 Relation to Other Laws - Federal agencies have responsibilities under multiple laws that may influence the way they carry out their Section 106
duties; compliance with one or more of these other statutes does not substitute for compliance with ACHP's regulations.
 
Nationwide Programmatic Agreements - List of Nationwide Programmatic Agreements in effect, including the FCC Programmatic Agreement.
 
Federal Preservation Officers - List of FPO’s and their contact information.  Every agency has an FPO who coordinates preservation programs and interaction with other agencies.
 
The Secretary of the Interior's Standards and Guidelines for Archeology and Historic Preservation - The national standards for the treatment of cultural resources.