The TC Recovery Act Project will not involve any new construction or major renovations of buildings as defined in Executive Order 13423. ICE will not construct or renovate any building to support tactical communications deployment and, therefore, will not be required to employ integrated design principles, optimize energy efficiency and use renewable energy, protect and conserve water, enhance indoor environmental quality, or reduce environments impacts of materials for the new construction or renovation of buildings. Given the above situation, the potential environmental impacts, as a result of the proposed activity, are likely to be negligible and insignificant. Thus, in the context of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), a CATEX—actions that are excluded due to the unlikelihood of affecting the environment adversely—will apply. Also, none of the proposed equipment contains any ionizing radiation to potentially endanger human health and safety. ICE does not anticipate any issues of concern in the context of NEPA, NHPA, DHS/MD 5100.1, and other applicable statues. Our plan to monitor above CATEX categorization for the proposed activity involves: (1) Review of the manufacturer’s specification of the proposed equipment upon procurement; (2) In-house, intermittent follow up with the concerned personnel during equipment’s installation and operation; and (3) Assessing the environmental aspects of the above as well as any equipment changes—type, use, installation location etc.—to gauge the environmental implications vis-à-vis NEPA, and other statutes’ and directives, including DHS MD 5100.1’s applicability. If needed, we will provide appropriate information to DSH/OSEP. Further, the indicated CATEX category is unlikely to change in terms of project’s other milestones and/or as a result of project’s implementation. In the unlikely event, any relevant changes to the proposed activity, if occurring, will be notified to DHS/OSEP, based on appropriate environmental review(s) and documentation.