Imminent Threat to the National Security Law and Legal Definition

According to 36 CFR 78.2 [Title 36. Parks, Forests, And Public Property Chapter I National Park Service, Department Of The Interior Part 78 Waiver Of Federal Agency Responsibilities Under Section 110 Of The National Historic Preservation Act] Imminent Threat to the National Security means “the imminence of any natural, technological, or other occurrence which, in determination of a Federal Agency Head, because of its size or intent, seriously degrades or threatens the national security of the United States such that an emergency action would be impeded if the Federal Agency were to concurrently meet its historic preservation responsibilities under section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act, as amended.”