The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation strives to ensure federal agencies implement their work in harmony with the National Historic Preservation Act. Section 106 requires federal agencies to consider the effects of projects they carry out, approve, or fund on historic properties. The ACHP has published regulations that guide federal agencies and other participants in the Section 106 process.
Working with Section 106
Browse the Digital Library for a wide range of Section 106 resources, publications, and guidance. The following provide in-depth information about current issues of interest to Section 106 users.
State by State List of Agreement Documents Signed with ACHP
Partners and Participants
The ACHP works with partners in the Section 106 process including State Historic Preservation Officers and Tribal Historic Preservation Officers. As well, Federal Preservation Officers are important components of the process.
For technical assistance about Section 106 or staff contact information: