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FRV, and NPS Policy-level Guidance for The White House and the Wings

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Fundamental resources and values (FRVs) are those features, systems, processes, experiences, stories, scenes, sounds, smells, or other attributes determined to warrant primary consideration during planning and management processes because they are essential to achieving the purpose of the park and maintaining its significance. Fundamental resources and values are closely related to a park’s legislative purpose and are more specific than significance statements.

Fundamental resources and values help focus planning and management efforts on what is truly significant about the park. One of the most important responsibilities of National Park Service (NPS) managers is to ensure the conservation and public enjoyment of those qualities that are essential (fundamental) to achieving the purpose of the park and maintaining its significance. If fundamental resources and values are allowed to deteriorate, the park purpose and/or significance could be jeopardized.

 

Laws, Executive Orders, and Regulations That Apply to the FRV, and NPS Policy-level Guidance for The White House and the Wings

• Executive Order 6166, “Organization of Executive Agencies”
• National Capital Planning Act of 1952
• The Antiquities Act of 1906
• National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended (16 USC 470)
• Organic Act of 1916
• Presidential Inaugural Ceremonies Act of 1958, as amended
• Title 16 U.S.C. & 1 et seqq. and Public Law 87-286, 75 Stat. 586 (September 22, 1961), (3
U.S.C & 110 note)
• National Environmental Policy Act of 1969
• Executive Order 13508, “Chesapeake Bay Protection and Restoration” NPS Policy-level Guidance (NPS Management Policies 2006 and Director’s Orders)
• NPS Management Policies 2006
Director’s Order 6: Interpretation and Education
• Director’s Order 28: Cultural Resource Management
• Director’s Order 64: Commemorative Works and Plaques
• NPS Museum Handbook
• Manual for Museums

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