The provisions of Section 106, under 36 CFR 800.14, allow federal authorities to define specific measures to implement the verification process. These alternatives may take the form, among other things, of alternative methods, programmatic agreements or comments on programmes. The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) provides information on program alternatives at the federal level. To assist companies coordinating project reviews, the Texas Historical Commission (THC) has developed guidelines and agreement documents for compliance with Section 106 of the National History Prevention Act and the Texas Antiquarian Code. This material provides additional instructions that go beyond the general overview of the Project Review section of our website and, in the case of contract documents, streamlines guidance for certain programs and agencies. General updates to our project review procedures are available under How THC Projects Are Reviewed. You can find the updated request for SHPO Consultation form in The list of what is planned to be sent for a project review. In addition, THC has entered into programmatic agreements to guide advice on projects in Texas. Please consult the list of active agreements below before submitting a project for verification, to ensure that the appropriate verification process of your agency or project is respected: project-specific agreements are concluded in addition to the agreements listed above. For more information or to obtain a copy of a programmatic agreement applicable to your project, please contact the corresponding expert for your agency or region. Projects involving public or local crown lands must be controlled in accordance with the Texas City Code. Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) with other public authorities on compliance with the Antiquities Act contains agreements with: THC has developed fact sheets for the consultation provided for in Section 106 for certain types of projects and agencies.
If applicable, please consult these guides before submitting a project for audit. Guides généraux: Les MOUs avec le Texas Department of Transportation, le Texas Water Development Board et le Texas Parks and Wildlife Department sont inclus dans les Rules of Practice and Procedure for the Antiquities Code of Texas (Texas Administrative Code, Title 13, Chapter 26), disponibles sous les statuts, règlements et rules. . .