(1) In July 2010 and every five years thereafter, the bureau will issue a report upon the implementation and effectiveness of the plan, including a recommendation on the need for significant changes to the plan.
(2) Upon review of such reports, the board or the department may consider a review of the programmatic plan for any of the following reasons:
(a) the thresholds in ARM 36.25.911(1) or (1)(a) have been exceeded;
(b) new legislation is adopted that is incompatible with the selected alternative;
(c) the board provides new direction; or
(d) the Trust Land Management Division administrator judges that the original assumptions supporting the plan no longer apply.
(3) The department may implement and initiate real estate projects during a review of the programmatic plan pursuant to ARM 36.2.537.
(4) The department may make minor changes or additions to the plan without a review of the entire programmatic plan, as long as those changes are compatible with the overall plan, as determined by the department.
(a) Cumulative minor changes may result in the department's review of the programmatic plan.