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Agencies will maintain assets through preservation,
rehabilitation, or restoration as prescribed by the
Agencies are required to submit annual plans on
Historic Preservation to the Secretary of the
Interior and the ACHP.
Agencies will cooperate with purchasers or
transferors of National Register properties to
develop appropriate preservation plans.
The Secretary of the Interior is tasked with
encouraging State and local preservation officials
to survey, evaluate and nominate non-federally owned
properties to the National Register.
C.2.2.3 Memoranda of Agreement (MOA). MOAs are
agreements reached among the Navy, the SHPO, and the ACHP that
stipulate how an undertaking will be carried out to avoid or
minimize adverse effect on a historic property.  By carrying out
the terms of the MOA, the Navy completes its responsibilities
under Section 106.  Failure to carry out the MOA requires going
back to the ACHP for comment as if there had been no agreement.
Programmatic Agreements are intended to deal with programs or
classes of undertakings that are repetitive in character or
similar in effect, so that such undertakings do not have to be
individually referred to the ACHP.
C.2.2.4 World War II Temporary Buildings.  Buildings
constructed between 1939-1946 are exceptions to the rule that
buildings must be at least fifty years old to be eligible for
listing on the National Register.  In 1986, the ACHP executed a
Programmatic Agreement with the Department of Defense and the
National Council of SHPOs that provides for the identification,
evaluation, and documentation of World War II temporary
buildings.  The calls for the Department of Defense to develop a
narrative overview of the historic and chronological development
of World War II temporary building types and major military
installations; to document representative major temporary
building types and installations; and to develop historic
preservation plans for select examples of World War II temporary
building types or groups of buildings.  Scheduled demolition is
to proceed cautiously until the documentation study is completed.
With the completion of documentation and agreement by the NCSHPO,
and the Advisory Council, the Navy will have fulfilled its
obligations under Section 106.
C.2.3 36 CFR 60, National Register of Historic Places.  This
regulation describes the procedures for nomination and listing
properties into the National Register of Historic Places. It
also describes related actions such as revisions to
documentation, removals from the National Register, Public
requests for action, and appeals to the Keeper of the National
Register.  Other functions of the register are to indicate


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