🔗Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer
Website Wisconsin Historical Society
The Wisconsin Historical Society is the federally-designated State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO). In partnership with communities, organizations and individuals, the SHPO works to identify, interpret and preserve historic places for the benefit of present and future generations.
The Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer (DSHPO) manages program areas within the State Historic Preservation Office and provides support to the SHPO. This position administers and provides leadership for numerous preservation programs for the Division including, but not limited, to the state and federal historic preservation tax credit programs; the administration of federal surveys and subgrants through the Certified Local Government program; the maintenance of the state’s Architecture and History Inventory (AHI); the National Register of Historic Places and the Wisconsin State Register of Historic Places; and the award of grants through the Fuldner Heritage Fund. This position supervises the permanent and temporary staff of the State Historic Preservation Office. Working with the SHPO and Office staff, this position coordinates, prepares, and promotes research related to Wisconsin’s historic properties.
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