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*New* ACHP Director for the Office of Federal Agency Programs (OFAP) + Chief Environmental Review and Permitting Officer, Assist. Director to be Named Soon

  • 1.  *New* ACHP Director for the Office of Federal Agency Programs (OFAP) + Chief Environmental Review and Permitting Officer, Assist. Director to be Named Soon

    Posted 09-28-2023 08:54 AM

    Hi HRC,

    Please, see the following update from ACHP Executive Director Reid J. Nelson!

    "The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is pleased to announce that Jaime Loichinger has been selected as its new Director for the Office of Federal Agency Programs (OFAP). Jaime has been with the ACHP since 2010, and served as acting Director since August. More information about this announcement can be found here.

    Jaime is an anthropologist and received her Master's from the University of Maryland, College Park. Prior to her selection, Jaime served as an Assistant Director for the Federal Permitting, Licensing and Assistance Section (FPLAS) within OFAP, where she oversaw staff who managed consultations from agencies such as the Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and the Federal Highway Administration. Before serving as Assistant Director, she was a Program Analyst in FPLAS, focusing on affordable housing, disaster recovery and Tribal consultation. She also regularly teaches our introductory and advanced Section 106 training courses, and is experienced in developing solutions to complex consultations with numerous stakeholders.

    Jaime will oversee all activities within OFAP, including oversight of FPLAS, the Federal Property Management Section, and the Special Initiatives Section. In this position, she will work with federal agencies, states, Tribes, Native Hawaiian organizations and other stakeholders on individual Section 106 reviews as well as broader program and policy development relating to federal agencies and historic preservation. She will also serve as the ACHP's Chief Environmental Review and Permitting Officer on the Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council. 

    A replacement Assistant Director will be named shortly, but in the meantime, Jaime will maintain oversight of FPLAS as part of her responsibilities as Director. Please feel free to contact Jaime at 202-517-0219, or by email at jloichinger@achp.gov, with any questions."

    Jaelon T. Moaney
    Sr. Manager, Federal Relations
    The American Institute of Architects
    Washington, DC
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