Ethnography, Archaeology, Cultural Resource Management, Section 106 · A unique, client-focused, Ethnography and Cultural Resources Management (CRM) consulting practice. · Comprised solely of senior-level CRM and ethnography professionals. · Offering the benefit of decades of experience while delivering work at small-company, low overhead rates. · Staff consists of early pioneers of CRM who founded and worked in the field in the 1970s and have extensive experience with Section 106 compliance. · Principal staff have earned Masters and/or Ph.D. degrees. · Principal Investigators (PIs) have a minimum of 20+ years of experience. · PIs are recognized experts in ethnography and archaeology of western North America. · All staff exceed the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Professional Qualifications in Archaeology. · Ethnography PI meets the National Park Service’s Ethnographer Essential Competencies at the “Full Performance Level (GS-109).”
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