Indian Programs: Tribal Influence in Formulating Budget Priorities is Limited : Report to Congressional Requesters

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The Office, 1991 - 42 pages
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Page 9 - Congress declares its commitment to the maintenance of the Federal Government's unique and continuing relationship with and responsibility to the Indian people through the establishment of a meaningful Indian self-determination policy which will permit an orderly transition from Federal domination of programs for and services to Indians to effective and meaningful participation by the Indian people in the planning, conduct, and administration of those programs and services.
Page 38 - Act subsequent thereto; 3) which he administers for the benefit of Indians for which appropriations are made to agencies other than Interior; and 4) which he administers for the benefit of Indians because of their status as Indians without regard to the agency or office of the Department of the Interior within which it is performed.
Page 38 - The Secretary is directed, upon the request of any Indian tribe by tribal resolution, to enter into a self-determination contract or contracts with a tribal organization to plan, conduct, and administer programs or portions thereof, including construction programs — (A) provided for in the Act of April 16, 1934 (48 Stat.
Page 10 - ... with us in the development of budgets presented to you. The need of the Duckwater Shoshone Elementary School as presented by the Bureau is arbitrary, inaccurate and misleading. The figure presented to this Congress is a prime example of the findings of the GAO report dated February 15, 1978, titled, "Tribal Participation in the Bureau of Indian Affairs Budget System Should Be Increased.
Page 38 - ... administration of federal contracting and grant laws, including monitoring and auditing of contracts and grants in order to maintain the continuing trust, programmatic, and fiscal responsibilities of the Secretary...
Page 38 - Interior upon the request of any Indian tribe, to enter into contracts with any tribal organization whereby they would plan, conduct and administer Federal Indian programs.
Page 37 - PY 1990, Bureau of Indian Affairs, pp. 203-208, where the purpose of Administrative Services is '[t]o provide policies and support in the areas of property, procurement, contracting, personnel and financial management to all the bureau's program service delivery systems.
Page 38 - Interior; and (E) for the benefit of Indians because of their status as Indians without regard to the agency or office of the Department of Health and Human Services or the Department of the Interior within which it is performed.
Page 33 - President; (H) the formulation of the Secretary's and the President's policies and their budgetary and legislative recommendations and views; and (I) the nondelegable statutory duties of the Secretary relating to trust resources. (13) LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY. — The term "local educational agency...
Page 10 - Report on Federal Administration and Structure of Indian Affairs, Final Report to the American Indian Policy Review Commission, Philip S.

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