Definitions for "Memorandum of Agreement"
A written agreement between two or more organizations, detailing their commitment to work together on a project and their respective responsibilities in the collaboration
Lists certain binding historic resource commitments and outlines measures to avoid, mitigate, or accept the adverse effects on a given historic resource. The MOA is part of requirements outlined in Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. It must be signed by agencies such as the State Historic Preservation Officer, the FHWA, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, and the Department.
A written document, signed by two or more parties, containing policies and/or procedures for managing issues that impact more than one agency or program.