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4) United States Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) - The USBR is the department operating within the DOI that is greatly accountable for the management of the country's water resources.

5) Federal Executive Boards (FEBs) - This department was designed to foster coordination, communication, and collaboration among Federal agencies all over the United States.

6) Interior Museum - The Interior Museum is the DOI's primary museum that houses the country's exhibits and galleries.

7) National Park Service (NPS) - The NPS is the department within the DOI which is largely accountable for the managemet of all national parks, monuments, together with various conservation and historical properties all over the country.

8) Office of Insular Affairs (OIA) - The OIA is the department with the DOI which is primarily responsible for looking over the administration of a selection of United States properties and possessions.

9) Office of Surface Mining (OSM) - The OSM is the department that is tasked to regulate the country's active mines, reclaim lands that are damaged by surface mining and lastly, provide resources for technical assistance, technology development and training.

10) United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) - The FWS is the department within the DOI that is mainly responsible for the management of the country's fish, wildlife and natural habitats.

If you are an individual that is looking to procure funding from the Department of the Interior, it is rather crucial that you take time in determining which of the services offered by the different operating divisions will best cater to your needs. To read more about the programs of the DOI, you can visit http://www.doi.gov/index.cfm.



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