American Indian Religious Freedom Act
AIRFA clarifies U.S. policy pertaining to the protection of Native Americans'
religious freedom. The act established a policy of protecting and preserving
the inherent right of individual Native Americans (including American
Indians, Eskimos, Aleuts, and Native Hawaiians) to express and exercise
their traditional religious beliefs.
Native American Graves Protection and
Establishes a means for American Indians, including members of Indian
Repatriation Act." (NAGPRA)
Tribes, Native Hawaiian organizations, and Native Alaskan villages and
corporations, to request the return or "repatriation" of human remains and
other cultural items presently held by federal agencies or federally assisted
museums or institutions. Contains provisions regarding the intentional
excavation and removal of, inadvertent discovery of, and illegal trafficking in
Native American human remains and cultural items.
Other Crosscutting Programs DOE 433.1 (6/1/01)*
Provides general policy and objectives for the establishment of programs for
Maintenance Management Program for
the management and performance of cost-effective maintenance and repair of
DOE Nuclear Facilities
DOE property. Contains guidelines for establishing and conducting a
DOE O 231.1A (6/3/04)*
Ensures the collection and reporting of information on ES&H required by law
or regulation to be collected, or that is essential for evaluating DOE
operations and identifying opportunities for improvement needed for
planning purposes within the DOE.
DOE M 231.1-2 (8/19/03)
Provides detailed requirements to supplement DOE O 231.1, Environment,
ES&H Reporting Manual
Safety, and Health Reporting, which establishes management objectives and
requirements for reporting ES&H information.
DOE M 232.1-2 (8/19/03)
Provides detailed information for categorizing and reporting occurrences at
Occurrence Reporting and Processing of
DOE facilities. It complements DOE O 232.1, and its use is required by that