American Battlefield Protection Program
  • A portion of the battlefield landscape at Little Bighorn

    American Battlefield Protection Program

    Cultural Resources National Park Service
Grantee Resources
(Battlefield Planning Grants)
The ABPP is committed to working closely with its grantees to produce the best possible battlefield preservation projects and results. Each Battlefield Planning Grant requires three equally important but quite different efforts:

Grant Agreement Package: forms to begin the Battlefield Planning Grant process - request Federal assistance, authorize payment, etc.,

Grant Management: forms to manage the Battlefield Planning Grant process - accounting, reporting, scheduling, etc., and

Project Management: guidlines and standards for working with consultants, preparing for and carrying out Battlefield Planning Grant project work, preparing technical reports, etc.

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Grant Agreement Package
  • Cover Letter
  • SF 424 - Application for Federal Assistance, must also accompany yearly ABPP grant application.
  • SF 424B - Non-Construction Assurances
  • DI 2010 - Certifications Regarding Debarment, Suspension and Other Responsibility Matters, Drug-Free Workplace Requirements, and Lobbying
Grant Management Please contact the ABPP Grants Manager if you have administrative questions about your grant.

Project Management
Battlefield preservation projects should meet or exceed national preservation standards and best practices. These are oulined in the publications below

National Register nomination
Preservation Plan
Other Guidelines
ABPP Program Policies
As a general program policy, the ABPP adheres to the Historic Preservation Fund Grants Manual.

The ABPP encourages fair and open competition for vendors and consultants (see OMB circulars A-110, A-122, A-133 and 43 CFR 12)

During the life of the Battlefield Planning Grant, from initial application to close-out no personal, financial, or draft information will be released. The relationship between the grantee and the ABPP is considered a privileged partnership. Proprietary and private identification information is safeguarded until project completion. After project completion, release of information is governed by the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). For more information visit the the National Park Service's FOIA website.