Indian Affairs | 2010
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2010 Press Releases

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Echo Hawk Announces BIA Law Enforcement's 2010 "Don't Shatter the Dream" Mobilization during Holiday Season
Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk Issues Tribal Gaming Determinations
Secretary Salazar Welcomes American Indian Leaders to Second White House Tribal Nations Conference
Echo Hawk Launches Initiative to Strengthen BIA Law Enforcement Training on Domestic Violence in Indian Country
Salazar: Settlement Agreements with First Americans Mark Historic Progress in Reconciliation, Empowerment
Attorney General Holder, Secretaries Salazar and Vilsack Applaud Final Passage of the Claims Settlement Act
Indian Affairs-IHS-SAMHSA Tribal Listening Sessions on Suicide Prevention to Continue through February 2011
Black Names Amy L. Dutschke as BIA Pacific Regional Director
Secretary Salazar Lauds Senate Passage of Five Historic Indian Country Settlements to Resolves Cobell Litigation and to Deliver Clean Water to Indian Communities
Skibine Issues Proposed Finding Against Acknowledgment of the Tolowa Nation in Fort Dick, California
Secretary Salazar Lauds Senate Passage of Five HistoricIndian Country Settlements to Resolve Cobell Litigation and to Deliver Clean Water to Indian Communities
President Obama Announces 2010 White House Tribal Nations Conference
Salazar Outlines Progress of Empowerment Agenda in Speech to National Congress of American Indians
Federal Agencies to collaborate with Tribes on suicide prevention
Echo Hawk Issues Tribal Gaming Determinations
Echo Hawk Names Kevin J. Martin as Director of Indian Affairs' Office of Budget Management
Echo Hawk Announces Tribal Consultation on Tribal Law and Order Act
Echo Hawk Announces 2nd Year Indian Education Renewable Energy Challege for BIE High School and Tribal College Students
Echo Hawk and BIE Director Keith Moore to Speak at National Indian Education Association Convention in San Diego, CA
Echo Hawk Joins Groundbreaking for DOI's 4,000th ARRA Project at the St. Francis Indian School in South Dakota
Echo Hawk Names Darren A. Cruzan as Deputy Bureau Director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Justice Services
Echo Hawk Announces Groundbreaking Ceremony at St. Francis Indian School, South Dakota - Marking Interior Department's 4,000th ARRA Project
Echo Hawk Announces Youth Listening Session at Haskell Indian Nations University for America's Great Outdoor Initiative
Secretary Salazar Announces Interior Department's 4,000th Recovery Act Project Award to St. Francis Indian School in South Dakota
Echo Hawk Announces Tribal Consultation to be Held on DOI 2011-2016 Strategic Plan
Echo Hawk Addresses SIPI's Change in Accreditation Status
Echo Hawk Announces Tribal Consultation on Indian Gaming Land into Trust Determinations
Echo Hawk Commends BIA Division of Drug Enforcement for Its Cooperation with Oklahoma Law Enforcement in Efforts Leading to the Seizure of a Marijuana Crop on Trust Land
Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Echo Hawk Issues a Proposed Finding Against the Acknowledgement of the Central Band of Cherokee, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee
Secretary Salazar, Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk Laud President’s Signing of Tribal Law and Order Act
Black Names Bryan L. Bowker as BIA Western Regional Director
Echo Hawk Issues a Proposed Finding Against Acknowledgment of the Choctaw Nation of Florida
Class III Gaming Compact Approved for Seminole Tribe of Florida
Salazar Policy on Land-into-Trust Sees Restoration of Tribal Lands as Key to Interior Strategy for Empowering Indian Tribes
Interior Details Path Forward on Indian Gaming Policy
Black Names Weldon "Bruce" Loudermilk Great Plains Regional Director
Salazar Commends Senate’s Confirmation of Tracie Stevens
Skibine Issues a Final Determination to Acknowledge the Shinnecock Indian Nation of Long Island, NY
Final Determination to Acknowledge Shinnecock Indian Nation of NY
Echo Hawk Announces $38.7 Million in ARRA Funding to Perform Maintenance on Transportation Infrastructure on the Navajo Nation Reservation
Echo Hawk Announces MOU between BIE and NIKE, Inc.
Echo Hawk Selects Keith O. Moore for BIE Director Post
Echo Hawk Announces FY 2010 Energy and Mineral Development Program Grant Opportunity
Salazar Commends Nomination of Tracie Stevens As Chair of National Indian Gaming Commission
Recovery Act Savings Fund Four More Indian School Projects in Ariz., N.M., and S.D.
Echo Hawk Names Michael S. Black to BIA Director Post
Secretary Salazar's Statement of Support Regarding the United States Undertaking a Formal Review of the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Echo Hawk Announces Tribal Consultation on Buy Indian Act Draft Regulations
Salazar Lauds Winning Teams in 2010 Indian Education Renewable Energy Challenge
Echo Hawk Announces Signing Ceremony with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Nation
Assistant Secretary Suh Kicks-Off Annual "Youth in the Great Outdoors" Initiative
Secretary Salazar to Present Awards to Indian Education Renewable Energy Challenge Winners
Statements of Secretary Salazar, Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk on the Passing of Former Cherokee Nation Chief Wilma Mankiller
Interior and Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute Launch First Annual Federal Employee Workshop
Secretary Salazar Announces Next Stage in Developing Department-Wide Tribal Consultation Policy
Secretary Salazar Announces $3.7 Million in Renewable Energy Project Grants for 13 Tribal Communities
Echo Hawk to Keynote DOJ Symposium on Child Protection in Indian Country
Gidner Names Diane Rosen as BIA Midwest Regional Director
Salazar Announces Plan of Actions to Develop a Department-wide Policy on Tribal Consultation Per President's November 5 Directive
Reservation Economic Summit and American Indian Business Trade Fair
William Tandy Walker Named Regional Director for BIA's Southwest Regional Office
Echo Hawk Names Bart Stevens as Acting BIE Director
Echo Hawk Names Paula L. Hart as Director of the Indian Affairs Office of Indian Gaming
President's FY 2011 Indian Affairs Budget Focuses on Tribal Empowerment, Energy Development, Education and Public Safety
All-American Rhodes Scholar Myron Rolle Visits Native American Schools in New Mexico and Arizona to Kick Off
Echo Hawk Announces Tribal Energy Transmission System Planning Workshops
Salazar Meets with Secretary Duncan, Indian Education Officials to Develop Strategies for Improvements in BIA School System
All-American Rhodes Scholar Myron Rolle to visit American Indian schools in New Mexico and Arizona January 12-13 to Kick off our way to health program partnership with U.S. Department of the Interior
Echo Hawk Announces Application Deadline for 2010 IA Tribal Energy Student Internship Program