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Digital Curation of Archaeological Data from Air Force Installations and Ranges

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This project works to digitally curate the archaeological data from various Air Force installations.

Working with up to 50 Air Force installations, their relevant State Historic Preservation Offices (SHPOs) and an appropriately qualified archaeological information curation repository, the contractor shall ensure that base and range archaeological data and other cultural resources information from these base programs is properly digitized, curated and available for authorized uses in accordance with 36 CFR 79 and the National Historic Preservation Act, Secion 112 (a)(2).

Funding Source:
  • Air Force Civil Engineering Center through Baer Engineering
Frank Pierce-McManamon, Arizona State University School of Human Evolution and Social Change