Preservation Compliance and Property Disposa



Tuesday, October 17, 2017
3 p.m. - 4 p.m. EDT

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When a federal agency determines their property is no longer needed for discharge of their responsibilities, such property may be excessed to another federal agency or disposed out of federal ownership. Both paths lead to specific historic preservation compliance responsibilities under Sections 110 and/or 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. The ACHP’s Liaison to the General Services Administration, Kirsten Kulis, and Program Analyst Katharine Kerr will guide participants through the different means of disposal and help them develop a working knowledge of which historic preservation responsibilities apply. Learn how to avoid and resolve adverse effects and address other historic property management challenges.

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Katharine Kerr

Katharine Kerr has been with the ACHP since 2006, and has over 14 years of experience in historic preservation policy with a Bachelor of Arts in Historic Preservation and a Master of Arts in Urban Affairs and Public Policy with a concentration in Historic Preservation. She currently handles casework from ... Read More

Kirsten Kulis

(Kirsten Kulis) Kirsten joined the ACHP in 2009 from Forest City, a large private real estate development company with offices in Washington, D.C. She is responsible for reviewing projects and programs administered by the General Services Administration. Kirsten has more than ten years of experience with historic preservation compliance ... Read More

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