EO 11593 PDF

EO , issued by President Richard Nixon in have all been absorbed by amendment into NHPA itself in some way or other, EO today is a sort. of Executive Order were codified in as Section of the National. Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), the. Executive Order’s (EO) immediate and. 3(b) and 4(f), E.O. ; sec. 2 of Reorganization Plan No. 3 of (34 Stat. ). Source: 42 FR , Sept. 21, , unless otherwise.

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In this first post, John Sprinkle, describes the origin of Section and its impact on historic preservation practice since its implementation in Following submission of the initial report, quarterly Federal Financial Reports until submission of the final report described in the following subparagraph.

The environmental impact statements must include the comments of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation as Section The 111593 Trust for Historic Preservation is a private c 3 1193 organization. More from the Forum Blog.

so Please enable scripts and reload this page. No person e sell, purchase, exchange, transport receive or offer to sell, purchase or exchange, in interstate or foreign commerce, any archaeological resource excavated, removed, sold, purchased, exchanged, transported, or received in violation of any provision, rule, regulation, ordinance, or permit in effect under state or local law.

The purpose of the statute is to provide for the protection of archaeological resources on federal and Indian lands.

Preservation Laws – Hanford Site

Disaster Reservists who may be employed by vendors are prohibited from performing any work on a FEMA funded contract or award. Sanfranman59 on Wikimedia Commons With the introduction of Sectionseveral studies of its implementation by federal agencies and impact on historic properties were undertaken during the decade after the amendments.

Its directive to identify, evaluate, and nominate all federally owned historic properties within a two-year period appears remarkably naive to modern ears. Successful historic preservation programs demonstrate reasonableness and flexibility to ensure full and fair ep of alternatives for preserving historic places.


A final Federal E Report within 90 days of the end of the period of performance for the Public Assistance grant. The Federal Government is not a party to this Contract and is not subject to any obligations or liabilities to the non-Federal entity, vendor, contractor or any other party pertaining to any matter resulting from the Contract.

In addition, such contractor and subcontractor shall be liable to the United States in the case of work done under contract for the District of Columbia or a territory, to such District or to such territoryfor liquidated damages.

Section of the 1193 directs the heads of all federal agencies to assume responsibility for the preservation of National Register listed or eligible historic properties owned or controlled by their agency.

EO 11593 Protection and Enhancement of the Cultural Environment

This Executive Order, issued inmandates that all Executive Branch agencies, bureaus, and offices: Federal laws, regulations, and executive orders and the terms and conditions of a specific FEMA award may require the County and its vendors to comply with applicable environmental and historic preservation requirements, which will, in turn, necessitate that vendors also implement these requirements eeo necessary in all subcontracts or third party contracts.

Cultural Resource Management Civil penalties may also be assessed against any person who violates the provisions of the Act. Reports are due on January 30, April 30, July 30, and October Upon asserting title, the U.

Sections and of Title 18 of the Unites States Code imposes restriction on outside activities of Federal employees involving representation of others before the Federal government. Following submission of the initial report, quarterly performance reports until submission of the final report described in the following subparagraph.

Department of Transportation Act Public Law Section of the Act requires that federal agencies having direct or indirect jurisdiction over a proposed federal, federally assisted, or federally licensed undertaking, prior to approval of the expenditure of funds or the issuance of a license, take into account the effect of the undertaking on any district, site, building, structure, or object included in or eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places, and afford the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation a reasonable opportunity to comment with regard to the undertaking.


The National Trust’s federal tax identification number is You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. FEMA financial assistance will be used to fund the contract.

Federal Laws & Archaeology: Summary

This Council appointed by the President has implemented procedures to facilitate compliance with this provision at 36 CFR Part In addition to all National Register listed or eligible properties, Section 4 f also applies to those properties determined significant by other appropriate authorities, such as local landmarks commissions, even though such properties may not be listed in or eligible for the National Register.

Sanfranman59 on Wikimedia Commons. Creation of public underwater parks and preserves is 11593, and investigations of historic shipwrecks which remain in federal jurisdiction require federal ARPA permits.

By Special Contributor posted H e is also the author of ” Crafting Preservation Criteria: To continually improve, in the most cost effective manner, the services to our customers; protection of the overall public good, as guided by the policies of the Board of County Commissioners; and to achieve a recognized high level of public satisfaction for costs and quality of service. No person may sell, purchase, exchange, transport, receive or offer to sell, purchase or exchange any archaeological resource if such resource was excavated or removed from federal or Indian lands in violation of this Act or in violation of any rule, regulation, or provision in effect under any other provision of federal law.