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o Encroachment, demolition, or enhancement plans to the
resources by project or administrative programs;
o A synopsis of the significance of the resource;
o Memoranda of Agreement (MOA); and
o Programmatic Agreements.
The BEAP is a more specific type of plan (often referenced
through the Master Plan) that includes strategies for the
exterior qualities of architecture on a base.  Flagged in this
document, should be plans that address actual or potential
National Register resources and explain how the significance will
be preserved.  Statements and maps showing sites or districts
within a base are typically considered; however, a base should
also consider its relation to any nearby non-Navy sites or
districts that may be affected.  This is of particular importance
for areas around airfields, where the noise may be detrimental to
older structures or fixtures.
2.6 NAVAL FACILITIES ASSETS DATA BASE (NFADB; NAVFAC P-78) AND
DETAILED INVENTORY OF SHORE FACILITIES (NAVFAC P-164).  The NFADB
is a management tool created by the Department of the Navy to
meet DOD facilities inventory, planning, and management
information requirements.  Operated under the procedures of the
NFADB Management System (MS), as detailed in NAVFAC P-78, this
automated data base contains a file on each existing facility
(building, structure, utility, and land) owned or leased by the
Department of the Navy.  Data is provided on each facility's
location, acquisition, and condition.  The data element, HISTORIC
INDICATOR, for each entry in the NFADB can be used to identify
whether an asset is historically significant (either by its own
merit or because it is in the vicinity of a historic property) as
well as the relative degree of historic significance of the
property.
NAVFAC P-164, Detailed Inventory of Naval Shore Facilities,
generated from the NFADB, is a single listing of all Navy-owned
and leased Class 1 (land) and Class 2 (buildings, structure, and
utilities) properties.  When initiating a project, planners and
estimators can use NAVFAC P-164 to determine the potential for
affecting a historic property or resource.
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