Indian Affairs | 2007
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2007 Press Releases

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Artman Issues a Proposed Finding Against Acknowledgmentof the Juaneño Band of Mission Indians, Acjachemen Nation
Artman Issues a Proposed Finding Against Acknowledgment of the Juaneño Band of Mission Indians
Assistant Secretary Artman to Address Tribal LeadersNovember 12 at the NCAI 64th Annual Convention
“BIE READS” Helps to Kick Off National American Indian Heritage Month at DOI
Secretary Kempthorne to Read to Elementary Students, Kick-Off 'BIE READS' to Promote Literacy
Artman Meets with Tribal Leaders Impacted by SoCal Fires Assistant Secretary Committed to Supporting Tribal Recovery Efforts
Artman to Inspect Fire Damage on La Jolla and Rincon Reservations;Will Meet With Tribal, Federal and State Officials on Relief Efforts
October 25 Consultation Meeting on Tribal Gaming RAPs Cancelled due to Southern California Wildland Fire Emergency
Artman to Discuss Indian Affairs Modernization Initiative September 18 on Native America Calling
Artman Announces Changes to BIA Senior Management
Artman Names E. Sequoyah Simermeyer as Counsel to the Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs
Artman Names Attorney Majel Russell to Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Post
Remarks Prepared for Delivery by the Honorable Gale Norton, Interior Secretary National Indian School Board Association’s Summer conference
Artman to be Keynote Speaker July 24 at First BIE National Partnership Conference on Improving Indian Education
Ragsdale Announces Vicki Forrest as New Head of BIA Trust Services
Artman Issues a Final Determination to Decline Acknowledgment of the St. Francis / Sokoki Band of Abenakis of Vermont
More than 500 Tribal Leaders, Federal Officials and Leaders of Native Organizations Present Economic Policy Recommendations for Indian Country
Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Carl Artman Addresses National Native American Economic Policy Summit Interactive Economic Policy Dialogue Highlight of Summit
National Native American Economic Policy Summit Convenes in Phoenix Tribal Leaders, Federal Partners Begin Crucial Dialogue on Indian Country’s Economic Policy Agenda
Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Carl J. Artman to Deliver Keynote Address at the National Native American Economic Policy Summit
Tribes, Native Organizations and Federal Agencies Gather for Ground-Breaking Economic Summit
Secretary Kempthome Honors 28 Executives At Department of the Interior
Tribes, Native Organizations, Federal Partners to Gather in Phoenix for Ground-breaking Summit National Native American Economic Policy Summit May 15-17
Ragsdale Confirms Ed Parisian as Regional Director of BIA Rocky Mountain Regional Office
Idaho, Nez Perce Tribe, and Federal Government Finalize Snake River Water Agreement
Artman to Speak May 3 at Indian Country Law Enforcement Officers' Memorial Service
Artman Announces $1.5 Million Awarded to 13 Tribes for Energy and Mineral Development Projects
Partnership Agreement Signed to Establish American Indian/Alaska Native Business Opportunities and Workforce Development Center
Interior Secretary Kempthorne Formally Welcomes Carl Artman as Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs
Secretary Kempthorne to Ceremonially Swear in Carl Artman as Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs
BIA Great Plains Tribal Economic Development Summit Set for Native American Business Owners
Enemy Swim Day School FACE Program Among Winners of Verizon Foundation’s First Tech Savvy Award School’s RealeBook Project Recognized for Use of Technology to Promote Family Literacy
Michael Olsen to Leave Indian Affairs for ASLM George Skibine to Serve as Acting Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary
Omar C. Bradley Named New Head of BIA’s Navajo Regional Office
Carl Artman Sworn In as New Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs
Kempthorne Applauds Senate's Confirmation of Carl Artman as Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs
Secretary Kempthorne to Meet with Tribal Leaders in Arizona About Budget Initiatives to Fight Meth and Strengthen Schools
Cason Issues Positive Final Determination to Acknowledge theMashpee Wampanoag Indian Tribal Council, Inc., as an Indian Tribe
Education and Law Enforcement Initiatives the Focus of President’s Fiscal Year 2008 Budget Request for Indian Affairs
Kempthorne: Indian Initiatives Focus on Safety, Education of American Indian Youth