Fees for Services FY 2019 - Effective Dates: July 1, 2018 - June 30-2019
Conservation Easements State Archaeologist, 319-384-0751, email@example.com
In perpetuity monitoring: typically one-time $5,000 to $40,000 per easement fee depending on area, location, and nature of cultural resource(s).
Bioarchaeology Program Services, 319-384-0740, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Reimbursement for initial burial-related field consultation is limited to expenses, e.g., mileage and per diem (if needed), based on current state rates.
Extended field and laboratory human osteological investigations are offered at hourly rates commensurate with current staff salaries/benefits plus applicable expenses.
Curation Services, 319-384-074, email@example.com
$10 per accession processing fee.
$38 per hour collection preparation charge. Applicable if artifacts are not prepared according to Curation Services Guidelines.
In perpetuity curation: one-time $1000 per cubic foot; minimum charge 0.01 cubic feet, 0.01 cubic foot increments.
Annual curation (applicable to federal and state collections only): one-time $150 per cubic foot acceptance fee plus $42.50 per cubic foot annual fee; minimum charge .01 cubic feet, .01 cubic foot increments.
$5 per accession processing fee.
$38 per hour documents preparation charge. Applicable if documents are not prepared according to Curation Services Guidelines.
In perpetuity curation: Letter-sized documents: one-time $327.50 per linear inch; minimum charge 0.1 inch, 0.1 inch increments.
Oversized documents: one-time $15 per item.
Photographs: one-time $8 per item.
Electronic documents including digital photos: one-time $6 per gigabyte (minimum charge 1 gigabyte)
Annual curation (applicable to federal and state collections only):
Letter-sized documents: $49 per linear inch acceptance fee plus $14 per linear inch annual fee; minimum charge 0.1 inch, 0.1 inch increments.
Oversized documents: $3.75 per item acceptance fee plus $1 per item annual fee.
Photographs: $1 per item acceptance fee plus $0.30 per item annual fee.
Electronic documents: $1 per gigabyte initial acceptance fee plus $0.25 per gigabyte annual fee
Artifacts firstname.lastname@example.org, 319-384-0741
Reimbursement for initial loan or exhibit preparation-related consultation is limited to expenses, e.g., mileage and per diem (if needed), based on current state rates.
Extended effort for loan or exhibit preparation (including but not limited to selection of loan items, preparation of display copy, and packing) is offered at hourly rates commensurate with current staff salaries/benefits plus applicable expenses.
Documents email@example.com, 319-384-0734
$25 charge for file transfer (or CD preparation) of electronic documents from the OSA Archives; cost may be waived for academic use or agreements leading to mutual exchange of electronic documents.
Laboratory Services firstname.lastname@example.org, 319-384-0741
$20 per sample. 10-liter maximum sample size. Machine time only, does not include processing labor.
$38 per hour optional processing charge. Call for details on processing options; additional charges for specialized packaging materials may apply; pick-up and delivery of samples is extra.
I-SitesPro License Fees, 319-384-0735, email@example.com
Available to professional archaeologists meeting the Secretary of the Interior Guidelines.
|License||Service||Annual Fee||Monthly Fee|
|Basic Service||Site Number Checkout
|Full Service1||Basic + Database + GIS||$2500||$835|
1Includes web-based mobile access, new data layer highlighting site locations with potential ancient human remains issues (expected release 9/1/18), and free file access to electronic documents from OSA Archives.
2Not for funded consulting use.
I-SitesGov License Fees, 319-384-0735, firstname.lastname@example.org
Available to planners, engineers, government representatives and others involved in cultural resource management compliance.
|Full Service1||smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops||$500|
1Includes web-based mobile access to map layers depicting archaeologically surveyed areas, historical structures and districts; ¼-section (160 acres) coverages for archaeological sites and projects involving ancient human remains; USGS topographic map, aerial photography, GLO, and LiDAR background imagery.
Iowa Site File “Site Searches”, 319-384-0735, email@example.com
$107.00 per hour, one hour per search minimum charge; additional time billed in half-hour increments.
Results sent digitally as e-mail attachments.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 319-384-0937, for scope and rate information concerning:
- National Historic Preservation Act (“Section 106”) compliance research, including archaeological survey and inventory, archival searches, testing and mitigation, and preparation of National Register nominations;
- Assistance with promoting, preserving and interpreting cultural and archaeological resources along Iowa’s many scenic byways;
- Viewshed analyses;
- Historic architectural surveys and investigations;
- Specialized archaeological investigations: faunal and lithic analyses; and
- Remote sensing with in-house equipment for conducting high-resolution site mapping.
Research Technology Services
Contact email@example.com, 319-384-0731, for scope and rate information concerning:
- Map server hosting;
- Web Portal hosting building and design;
- Mobile Application building and design;
- Specialized digital archaeological investigations( including via UAV – a.k.a., drone)
- Flight services (FAA licensed pilots): $50/hr plus travel expenses
- Post-processing expertise: $42/hr based on agreed scope-of-work
- Thermal imaging;
- 3D scanning and modeling;
- Multi-spectral analyses;
- Geospatial analysis;
- Database administration.
Educational Services, 319-384-0561, firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibit content, lesson plans, curricula development, and educational programming assistance available.
Traveling resource boxes (“discovery trunks” 7 different topic areas available) containing educational materials are available for up to 30-days with a $25 lending fee + return shipping charges (when applicable) to schools and other organizations. Shipping to the destination is provided at no cost. Lending fees cover inventory, maintenance, and repair.
The OSA offers presentations to schools and other organizations; availability dependent on staff schedules and support (contact us to discuss). The map below shows our flat rate for a one-hour program, including presentation time, travel time, vehicle/mileage, meals, and accommodation when appropriate. Add $25 for each additional hour of presentation time.
University students: $0.10 per page (B&W) $0.20 per page (color)
Non-students: $0.30 per page (B&W) $0.50 per page (color)
OSA staff assisted
$0.50 per page (B&W)
$0.70 per page (color)