H. R. 2395
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
June 17, 2013
Mr. Hastings of Washington introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Natural Resources
To provide for donor contribution acknowledgments to be displayed at projects authorized under the Commemorative Works Act, and for other purposes.
Except as otherwise provided in this paragraph, the Secretary or Administrator, as applicable, may permit a sponsor described in subsection (a) to acknowledge donor contributions at the commemorative work.
be displayed inside a visitor center or other ancillary structure associated with the commemorative work; and
conform to applicable National Park Service or General Services Administration guidelines for donor recognition, as applicable.
be limited to an appropriate statement or credit recognizing the contribution;
be displayed in a form approved by the Secretary or Administrator;
be displayed for a period of time determined by the Secretary or Administrator to be appropriate, commensurate with the level of the contribution;
be limited to short, discrete, and unobtrusive acknowledgments or credits; and
not include any advertising slogans or company logos.
Submittal of plan
Prior to the display of donor acknowledgments, the sponsor shall submit to the Secretary or Administrator, as applicable, for approval a plan for displaying the donor acknowledgments, including—
the sample text and types of acknowledgments to be displayed; and
the form and location of all displays.
Notification and resubmittal
If the Secretary or Administrator does not approve the plan submitted under clause (i), the Secretary or Administrator shall—
not later than 60 days after the date on which the plan is received, notify the sponsor of the reasons the plan is not approved; and
allow the sponsor to resubmit a revised donor acknowledgment plan.
The sponsor shall bear all expenses related to the display of donor acknowledgments.
This paragraph shall apply to any commemorative work dedicated after January 1, 2010.