Commercial filmmakers, videographers, and photographers often seek to use federal lands as locations for their works. Historically, the major federal land management agencies — the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), National Park Service (NPS), and Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) in the Department of the Interior (DOI) and the U.S. Forest Service (FS) in the Department of Agriculture (USDA) — did not share a consistent approach to regulating commercial filming and photography on their lands. A 2000 law, P.L. 106-206 (codified at 16 U.S.C. 460l-6d and 54 U.S.C. §100905), directed the Secretaries of the Interior and Agriculture to require permits and develop a consistent fee structure for commercial filming and some photography on federal lands. Pursuant to the law, the agencies have established permitting procedures and are currently in the process of setting fees. Legislation in the 116th Congress would alter requirements for the agencies’ fee schedules and permits.