The Committee is charged to promote awareness, concern, and
support for archaeological collections, associated records and
reports, and the long-term Curation of collections and
associated records. It advises the Board on issues and policies
relating to the management of archaeological collections and
museums, and responds to pressing issues affecting the SAA
community. Priority is given to the proper Curation of
archaeological collections and associated records.
Advisory committee; composed of a chair and up to 12 members, including at least two students. Members should represent government agencies (federal and state), museums and repositories (federal, state, university, private, and tribal), CRM firms, Native American communities, archivists (paper and digital), and conservators.