National Congress of American Indians & Its Partners Release Federal Policy Brief on Tribal Economic Development
NCAI and Its Partners Release Updated Federal Policy Brief on Tribal Economic Development
At last week’s NCAI Executive Council Winter Session in Washington, D.C., NCAI and five national organizational partners released the updated version of their joint “Tribal Economic Development” brief for federal policymakers.
e brief features top-line policy recommendations for the federal government designed to enhance tribal nations’ ability to achieve greater economic prosperity and provide their citizens with job opportunities and a good quality of life. As the brief explains, the recommendations should “lead to rigorous, fruitful dialogue between tribal nations and the Administration and Congress about key actions the federal government should take to support tribal nations’ economy building efforts.”
The latest version of the brief emerges from an ongoing collaboration between the following national organizations serving the needs and interests of tribal nations: the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development, NCAI, National Indian Gaming Association, Native American Contractors Association, Native American Finance Officers Association, and Native CDFI Network.
To review and download this brief please click here.