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29 laboration (i.e., communication versus coordination versus 5.6 Step 5: Identification and cooperation) will significantly affect the overall collaboration Review of Case Studies strategy. Therefore, there is the expectation that this and the later steps can be revisited to adjust the collaboration strategy A compilation of case studies are included in the Guide- in order to take into consideration organization-specific les- book as a reference to "real-life" projects or programs that sons learned and constraints as the project progresses. This have implemented 3C practices. Each case study has been cat- possibility is represented in Figure 2 by the arrows that return egorized by practices and issues encountered during the proj- from following stages. ect or program described. In order to aid in selecting case studies to review as an example of strategy implementation, a matrix is provided with a cross-referencing of all cases based 5.5 Step 4: Selection of 3C Practices on encountered issues and 3C practices. Once issues have Using the list of potential issues that have been identified by been identified for a given project and 3C practices selected, each of the parties involved, practices for the 3Cs can be selected tribes and agencies can refer to the case studies for examples for implementation by utilizing the selection matrix as shown of what has been done in the past. Case studies can be selected in Figure 3. Issues are cross-referenced with 3C practices, so that by cross referencing the identified issues to the identified 3C an appropriate strategy can be designed. practices in the following matrices (Figures 4, 5, and 6). For MC2: Protection & Preservation MC1: Cultural Competency MC5: Land Ownership MC6: Monetary Issues MC3: Confidentiality MC4: Sovereignty Cooperation Practices Level III C3.1 Planning Organizations C3.2 Regional Transportation/Transit Districts & Coalitions C3.3 Resource Sharing C3.4 Investigating Alternatives C3.5 Emergency Preparedness Planning Coordination Practices Level II C2.1 Meetings/Summits/Workshops C2.2 Public Involvement C2.3 Tribal Consortiums C2.4 Loans and/or Grants for Funding C2.5 Tribal Liaisons and Coordinators C2.6 Formal Agreements C2.7 Regional/State-level Conferences Communication Practices LeveI I C1.1 Presentations C1.2 Data Collection, Analysis and Distribution C1.3 Standards and Handbooks C1.4 Newsletters/Bulletins C1.5 Mailings/ Response Forms C1.6 Tribal Moderator/Mediator C1.7 Training LEGEND (with count) N Green = Strategy effective 86 Green Star = Strategy effective with borderline consensus 1 Red = Strategy potentially effective; further research is needed 10 Black = Strategy ineffective or findings inconclusive 17 Figure 3. Practice selection matrix.
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30 Figure 4. Case studies on communication. Figure 5. Case studies on coordination.