MHT e106 Online Project Submittal System

Rehabilitation of the Log Cabin at FEMA's National           Emergency Training Center in EmmitsburgRehabilitation of the Log Cabin at FEMA's National Emergency Training Center in Emmitsburg

Welcome to MHT e106!

We are pleased to announce MHT’s e106, a new online project submittal system. Through the MHT e106 system, users provide their requests for MHT review of state and federal projects by completing an online form and uploading required attachments. The system accepts, tracks, and responds to individual review requests with MHT’s official comments regarding project effects to historic and archaeological resources. MHT e106 offers improved program efficiencies in the project review process and meets goals for paperless submittals.

Who Should Use MHT e106?

MHT e106 is designed for use by federal and state agencies; applicants and recipients of federal/state funds, permits, or licenses; and consultants working on behalf of these entities. MHT enters all review requests into the MHT e106 database for tracking purposes. Customers and the public may search and view the status of all reviews using MHT's Search the Compliance Log.

Get Started

To use MHT e106, simply register for a free user account by using your individual email address. For detailed instructions on setting up an account and navigating the MHT e106 system, please consult on the e106 User Guide.

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If the preparer is unable to utilize e106, please complete a Project Review Form and all required attachments. These materials may be sent to the, or mail a hard copy to: MHT, Project Review & Compliance, 100 Community Place, 3rd Floor, Crownsville, MD 21032.

Note – MHT e106 may not be used for submittal of projects subject to MHT review under other programs such as easements, rehabilitation tax credits, and MHT grants.

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