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106 STAT. 4760 PUBLIC LAW 102-575—OCT. 30, 1992 tion plsins." and insert "as the Secretary determines to be appropriate.". (3) At the end of subsection (b) insert The Secretary shall analyze and revise as necessary the method of apportionment. Federal Such method and any revision thereof shall be published by SiStion.

  • ^® Secretary in the Federal Register.".

SEC. 4011. EXTENSION OF AUTHORIZATION FOR HISTORIC PRESERVA- TION FUND. Section 108 of the National Historic Preservation Act (16 U.S.C. 16 USC 470h. 470h-2) is amended by striking "1992" and inserting "1997". SEC. 4012. FEDERAL AGENCY HISTORIC PRESERVATION PROGRAMS. Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act (16 U.S.C. 470h-2) is amended as follows— (1) In subsection (a)(1) strike "101(f)" and insert "lOKg)". (2) Amend subsection (a)(2) to read as follows: "(2) Each Federal agency shall establish (unless exempted pursuant to section 214), in consultation with the Secretary, a preservation program for the identification, evaluation, and nomination to the National Register of Historic Places, and protection of historic properties. Such program shall ensiu'e— "(A) that historic properties under the jurisdiction or control of the agency, are identified, evaluated, and nominated to the NationalRegister; "(B) that such properties under the jurisdiction or control of the agency as are listed in or may be eligible for the National Register are managed and maintained in a way that considers the preservation of their historic, archaeological, architectural, and cultural values in compliance with section 106 and gives special consideration to the preservation of such values in the case of properties designatea as having National significance; "(C) that the preservation of properties not under the jurisdiction or control of the agency, but subject to be potentially affected by agency actions are given full consideration in planning; "(D) that the agency's preservation-related activities are carried out in consultation with other Federal, State, and local agencies, Indian tribes, Native Hawaiian organizations carrying •'J out historic preservation planning activities, and with the private sector; and "(E) that the agency's procedures for compliance with section 106— "(i) are consistent with regulations issued by the Council pursuant to section 211; "(ii) provide a process for the identification and evaluation of nistoric properties for listing in the National Register and the development and implementation of agreements, in consultation with State Historic Preservation Officers, local governments, Indian tribes. Native Hawaiian organizations, and the interested public, as appropriate, regarding the means by which adverse effects on such properties will be considered; and "(iii) provide for the disposition of Native American cultural items from Federal or tribal land in a manner consistent with section 3(c) of the Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act (25 U.S.C. 3002(c)).". (3) Add at the end thereof the following new subsections: