The summary for the Digital Archiving of Cultural Reports grant is detailed below.
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Digital Archiving of Cultural Reports: This Funding Announcement is not a request for applications. This announcement is to provide public notice of Reclamation's intention to fund the following project without full and open competition: "Digital Archiving of Cultural Reports" The University of Arizona's Center for Digital Antiquity is currently developing a Digital Archaeological Record Repository (tDAR). The purpose of this project is to digitally prepare, archive and ingest into tDAR the Phoenix Area Office archaeological reports generated from the cultural resource mitigation program for the Central Arizona Project. The intent is to have the reports made available to professional archaeologists and researchers, as well as the interested public, for the long-term accessibility and preservation.