BLM Arizona thanked all parties consulted in the development of the agreement. Copies of the executed agreement are currently being sent for the signature of the 53 matching parties identified. Notifying parties have until November 30, 2018 to sign if they wish and return the signature page to BlM`s Arizona office. Interested members of the public will find below a link to the agreement. The Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State Office (BLM Arizona) has concluded the development of a programming agreement to define the procedures it will use to examine the impact of travel management decisions on historic real estate. The agreement was signed by the Chief of Historic Historic Preservation Officer of Arizona, the California State Historic Preservation Officer and the Executive Director of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation. He is now considered executed. This project was developed with the BLM, New Mexico Carlsbad Field Office, to exchange archaeological data and information from the Permbecken project. A number of reports and data from studies by different CRM firms have been added to the collection.

The curators of digital antiquity have posted both full reports and edited versions of reports (with specific confidential location information that has been deleted from text and images). The metadata series for each report is generally available to tDAR users, and edited versions of the reports can be viewed by registered tDAR users. Full-text calls reflect PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle, and full-text HTML views. BLM AZ Travel Management Accord programmatic EXECUTED 9 18 Site Name Keywords LA 32229 – Boot Hill Site – LA 120945 – LA 5148 – Laguna Plata Site – LA 3 2227 – Burr `O Tanks Site ` LA130591 ` ` LA181702 ` ` LA181701 Western Mojave Route Network Programmatic Agreement Your email address is used to notify you, if your comment has been verified by the moderator and in case, the author (s) of the article or moderator should contact you directly. Please list all the fees and grants of, Employment, advice, shared co-ownership or any close relationship with an organization whose interests may be affected by the publication of the response. Please also list all non-financial associations or interests (personal, professional, political, institutional, religious or other) that a reasonable reader wishes to know about the work submitted. This applies to all the authors of the play, their spouses or partners. The Permian Basin Programmatic Agreement (PA) is another form of compliance with Section 106, which is primarily proposed to the oil and gas industry in southeastern New Mexico for projects in the Bureau of Land Management country. Proponents of projects in palestinian Authority territory could contribute to a fund dedicated to archaeological research rather than recruiting staff to carry out archaeological visits on certain projects, while these projects avoid already registered archaeological sites. These funds are intended for archaeological and historical research in southeastern New Mexico. The Palestinian Authority calls on the advisory parties to assess their effectiveness in the seventh year of their implementation. Following this latest assessment in May 2015, the Palestinian Authority will be extended for a further ten years.

We discussed the reasons for the Palestinian Authority, its successes and stumbling blocks in the first seven years, and how the Palestinian Authority in the Perm Basin could serve as a model elsewhere.