The new majority in the 104th Congress is considering a broad range of new issues and priorities that represent direct challenges to American archaeology. Funding for archaeological programs is at risk. Regulatory changes and agency reorganization may well result in major shifts in how archaeology is carried out in this country. Given these impending changes and challenges, it is essential that all of us become more involved in communicating our concerns and influencing Congress in a proactive manner. Please fill out the Government Affairs Network survey form, and help to shape the future of our profession.
Bruce D. Smith is president of SAA.
By submitting this form, you become part of GAN -- thereby increasing SAA's ability to advocate archaeological research and education, as well as the conservation and management of archaeological resources. May we count on you? Please fax or mail this form to Donald Forsyth Craib, SAA, 900 2nd Street N.E. #12, Washington D.C. 20002-3557, fax (202) 789-0284.
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