DENIX
General & ICRMPs

General & ICRMPs

2006 DoD Cultural Resources Workshop - Maureen Sullivan, DoD Federal Preservation Officer ppt [608 KB]
ACHP Notification Letter to DoD pdf [58 KB]

November 14, 2008 letter from ACHP Chairman John Nau, notifying Secretary of Defense Gates of the ACHP issuance of Program Comments for DoD.

After the Smoke Clears: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Assessing the Effect of Range Fires on Traditional Cultural Properties (Legacy 07-370) pdf [5.94 MB]

This report discusses the development and guidelines for assessing fire damage to identified TCPs and develop standard operating procedures (SOPs) for military installations to follow before, during, and after TCPs have been impacted by fires.

After the Smoke Clears: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Assessing the Effect of Range Fires on Traditional Cultural Properties (Legacy 07-370) pdf [50 KB]

A one page summary describing the background, methodology, and results of the Legacy project After the Smoke Clears.

Base Closure and Reuse: FORT BENJAMIN HARRISON CASE STUDY- Lawrence- Indiana ppt [804 KB]

Jon C. Smith, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer

Base Re-Alignment and Closure 2005, Maureen Sullivan, DoD Federal Preservation Officer, 2006(PPT) ppt [698 KB]

Maureen Sullivan, DoD Federal Preservation Officer

Commander Navy Region Middle Atlantic - Cultural Resource GIS Initiative Fact Sheet doc [313 KB]
Conducting Section 106 Reviews under BRAC ppt [96 KB]

Charlene Vaughn, Office of Federal Agency Programs, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

Conducting Section 106 Reviews under BRAC ppt [96 KB]

Charlene Vaughn, Office of Federal Agency Programs, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

Cultural Resource Management in the Department of Defense ppt [173 KB]

Maureen Sullivan, DoD Federal Preservation Officer

Cultural Resource Management in the Department of Defense (2006) ppt [732 KB]

Maureen Sullivan, DoD Federal Preservation Officer

Cultural Resources Management Plan for Pillar Point Air Force Station, San Mateo County California pdf [1.89 MB]
Cultural Resources Policy of DoD - Maureen Sullivan, DoD Federal Preservation Officer pdf [252 KB]
DoD Cultural Resources Business Data Standards- Summary Report pdf [311 KB]

This report proposes a minimum set of Cultural Resources Business Data Standards for use in DoD cultural resources management programs. These draft standards represent the minimum set of data and associated attributes that DoD is recommended to collect and maintain in order to support its cultural resources management program. The standards were developed by assessing the current state of cultural resources data collection and management processes in the DoD and identifying all of the data elements associated with those processes. Data Element refers to any piece of data or information that may be needed as part of the DoD cultural resources program.

DoD Cultural Resources Data Management Needs Assessment Fact Sheet pdf [43 KB]

This one page fact sheet describes this projects assessment DoD cultural resources data collection and management processes and provided recommendations for establishing a DoD cultural resources business data standard. This standard incorporates extant DoD cultural resources data into a format that compliments the planned revisions to the cultural resources portions of the SDSFIE.

DoD Cultural Resources Data Management Needs Assessment Summary Report pdf [445 KB]

This project assessed the current state of cultural resources data collection and management processes in the Department of Defense (DoD) and the elements associated with those processes, in order to develop minimum data standards needed to support the DoD cultural resources management program. The results of this discussion are summarized with the report along with recommendations for continuing this process; in particular, laying the groundwork for assessing the extent to which existing DoD cultural resources data comply with proposed minimum standards and with the Defense Installation Spatial Data Infrastructure (DISDI) Architecture and metadata standards. These results will also be used to recommend changes to the Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Infrastructure and Environment (SDSFIE) according to the identified minimum DoD standards needs.

DoD Cultural Resources Workshop: Prioritizing Cultural Resources Needs for a Sound Investment Strategy ppt [1.23 MB]

Brian Michael Lione, Deputy Federal Preservation Officer, Department of Defense

DoD Vision for Cultural Resource Management ppt [1.18 MB]

Maureen Sullivan, DoD Federal Preservation Officer

Executive Summary: Treaty Reserved-Rights on DoD Lands pdf [184 KB]
Final Report, October 2007 pdf [1.19 MB]
Guidance for a CRM Information Clearinghouse pdf [39 KB]

This one page summary describes the project as originally conceived and as carried out. The Clearinghouse Advisory Group (CAG) was able to develop guidance on uploading the data and an upload template to provide a means for consistency throughout the DoD. The Core Team also developed metrics to provide information on time and effort to upload the data. Finally, the Core Team has been promoting the use of DENIX through preparing a list of beneficial uses for the Clearinghouse and presenting workshops for CRM managers on how to use the new DENIX.

Hardening Nineteenth Century Sites: Best Management Practices (Legacy 06-303) pdf [101 KB]

This one page summary describes the development and implementation of systematic methods for evaluating deteriorating nineteenth century properties, safely removing vegetation, designing feature specific treatments, and implementing site protection and to demonstrate that these methods can work for a wide range of military installations and many types of historic features.

Implementation of the DoD American Indian and Alaska Native Policy: A Strategic Plan pdf [794 KB]

This desk guide provides legal background and history of federal Indian law and policies regarding the unique status of tribes as governments.

Implementation of the DoD American Indian and Alaska Native Policy: A Strategic Plan FACTSHEET pdf [60 KB]

This strategic planning effort identified the need for a practical tool: a desk guide, that could assist both tribal governments and DoD installations achieve more meaningful government-to-government communication on a sustained basis. In turn, conflicts could be resolved or mitigated prior to becoming problematic.

Innovative Approaches to Cultural Resource Management Through Technology, and Alternative Mitigation Strategies ppt [247 KB]


Dave Berwick, Army Affairs Coordinator, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

Integrated Cultural Resource Management Plan, Molokai Receiver Station, Pala'ai, Moloka'i Island, Maui County, Hawaii pdf [22.82 MB]
Integrating Archaeological Models: Management and Compliance on Military Installations (Legacy 06-167) pdf [42 KB]

This one page summary describes a project with two aims: the first component of this study was designed to explore ways in which DoD installations can use predictive modeling to reduce the time and expense associated with compliance, while enhancing overall cultural resources management (CRM) planning and stewardship capabilities. The second component of the study is an initial attempt to expand archaeological modeling to include the concept of site significance as well as location.

Maureen Sullivan, Department Of Defense, Washington, DC ppt [1.27 MB]
National Historic Landmarks - Data Reconciliation (PDF), Factsheet (Legacy 07-375) pdf [96 KB]

This analysis discusses the accomplishments of the NHL Landmarks Project intern and identifies gaps of information evident in the files and between the DoD and the NPS sources of information.

National Historic Landmarks - Data Reconciliation and Comparative Analysis (PDF), Report (Legacy 07-375) pdf [40 KB]

Using the National Council on Preservation Education (NCPE) summer intern program, an individual worked with the NPS NHL program and staff from the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Headquarters Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), US Army Environmental Center (USAEC) and the Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence (AFCEE) to collect and analyze DoD NHL information. The individual compiled an analysis document that presented all collected information and outlines possible data gaps and inaccuracies.

National Historic Landmarks Inventory (PDF), Report (Legacy 07-375) pdf [220 KB]

This inventory consists of a table of contents for each existing file in the National Park Services repository pertaining to a National Historic Landmark managed by the DoD.

Preparing for Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) ppt [7.60 MB]

Paul Lumley, Senior Tribal Liaison, Department of Defense

Program Alternatives under 36 CFR Part 800 ppt [257 KB]
Program Alternatives under 36 CFR Part 800 (2005) ppt [257 KB]

Dave Berwick, Army Affairs Coordinator, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

Programmatic Approaches to Section 106 Compliance ppt [38 KB]

Dr Jay Thomas, HQ NAVFAC

Programmatic Approaches to Section 106 Compliance (2006) ppt [4.52 MB]

Maureen Sullivan, Federal Preservation Officer, Department of Defense; Lee Foster, Cultural Resources Action Officer, Department of the Army; Jay Thomas, Deputy Federal Preservation Officer, Department of the Navy

Report of Proceedings: 2000 DoD Cultural Resource Management Workshop - Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Lexington Park, MD - June 13 - 16, 2000 pdf [785 KB]
Site Environmental Data Evaluation Strategy ppt [3.43 MB]
The Department of Defense: Transforming the Business of Military Cultural Resources Data ppt [1.88 MB]

Lione, ODUSD(I and E)

Treaty Reserved-Rights on Department of Defense Lands pdf [6.92 MB]

This report identifies Department of Defense (DoD) installation obligations arising from treaties and agreements negotiated by the United States and Indian nations between 1775 and 1954. In general, these treaties recognize tribal members rights to hunt, fish, gather, and otherwise continue longstanding use of lands now occupied by DoD installations.

US DoD 2007 Desk Guide to Military Installations and Federally Recognized Tribes Locations in the South and Eastern US Factsheet pdf [45 KB]

This sheet describes the background, objective, approach, and accomplishment of Legacy Project #06-315, US DoD 2007 Desk Guide to Military Installations and Federally Recognized Tribes Located in the South and Eastern United States.

US DoD 2007 Desk Guide to Military Installations and Federally Recognized Tribes Locations Located in South and Eastern US pdf [7.25 MB]

The Desk Guide is the starting point for identifying the proper tribe(s) to contact. Initiating formal, government-to-government consultation would typically follow. The Desk Guide contains basic information on both the military installations and the tribes located in the South and Eastern Regions so that this same information is readily available for the tribal governments and their staff. Tribal staff may need to contact a military installation in a region or state which is part of their area of concern or aboriginal territories.