The Secretary of the Interior’s Report to Congress on the Federal Archeology Program
Comprehensive reports about specific types of nationwide activities performed by a variety of government agencies can support agency-specific as well as synergistic interagency resource management programs and initiatives. They can be used to develop public and congressional support for activities and funds. Developing such reports is a tremendous administrative and logistical challenge requiring interaction among the corporate cultures of the involved agencies, all of which have varying structures, program needs, reporting requirements, capabilities, and staffing levels. Such is the case with Federal archeology in the United States. The Secretary of the Interior is required to report to Congress about the Federal archeology program. These reports provide historical documentation of the program, opportunities for addressing strategic and policy issues, and the possibility of building programs and identifying and launching interagency initiatives.
Cite this Record
The Secretary of the Interior’s Report to Congress on the Federal Archeology Program. Ruthann Knudson, Francis McManamon. Federal Archeology Report. 5 (2): 4-10. 1992 ( tDAR id: 378358) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8KW5FQF
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