Indian Affairs | 2011
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2011 Press Releases

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Echo Hawk Issues Decisions on Two Tribal Gaming Applications
BIE-Funded Schools to Have Opportunity to Participate in ED Green Ribbon Schools Program
DOI Establishes Negotiated Rulemaking Committee
Advisory For Tomorrow: Administration Officials To Make Announcement On Tribal Nations And Federal Disaster Aid
Secretary Salazar Kicks Off White House Tribal Nations Conference at Department of Interior
Secretary Salazar, Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk Launch Comprehensive Tribal Consultation Policy
Salazar Names Members to National Commission on Indian Trust Administration and Reform
Significant Leasing Reform will Spur Commercial, Residential and Renewable Energy Development on Indian Lands
Today: Secretary Salazar, Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk to Announce Significant Reforms to Spur Economic Development, Renewable Energy in Indian Country
BIA Director Black Names Bryan Rice Deputy Bureau Director of Trust Services
Echo Hawk Names Businesswoman Karen J. Atkinson Director of Indian Energy and Economic Development Office
White House Drug Control Director Kerlikowske and Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk Announce October 29 as Prescription Drug Take-Back Day
Tribal Leaders from BIA Great Plains and Other Regions Consult with Indian Affairs Officials About Cobell Trust Land Consolidation Program
President Obama Announces 2011 White House Tribal Nations Conference
Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk Congratulates BIA OJS Recipients of U.S. Attorney General Award
Assistant Secretary Larry Echo Hawk’s Statement on the new Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation
BIA Director Black Names Sharon Pinto Navajo Regional Office Director
Assistant Secretary Larry Echo Hawk’s Statement on the Passing of Elouise Cobell
Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk Announces $2.0 Million in Economic Development Technical Assistance Grants to 30 Tribes
Echo Hawk Swears in James C. Redman as Haskell’s Sixth President
Indian Affairs Officials Listen to Tribal Leaders From BIA Eastern Oklahoma and Southern Plains Regions About Cobell Trust Land Consolidation Program
Deputy Assistant Secretary Gillette and BIA Director Black to Attend Sixth Cobell Regional Tribal Consultation in Oklahoma City
BIE Director Moore Names Dr. Charles M. Roessel Associate Deputy Director for Navajo Schools
Western Regional Tribal Leaders Address Cobell Trust Land Consolidation Program with Federal Officials
Southwest Regional Tribal Leaders Address Cobell Trust Land Consolidation Program with Federal Officials
Senior Interior and Indian Affairs officials to Attend Fifth Regional Tribal Consultation in Phoenix
Senior Interior Officials to Attend Fourth Regional Tribal Consultation in Albuquerque
Regional Tribal Leaders Address Cobell Trust Land Consolidation Program with Federal Officials
Senior Interior and Bureau of Indian Affairs officials to Attend Third Regional Tribal Consultation in Seattle
Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk Issues Four Decisions on Tribal Gaming Applications
Second Regional Tribal Consultation on Cobell Trust Land Consolidation Program
Deputy Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs for Policy and Economic Development Jodi Gillette and BIA Director Michael Black to Attend Second Regional Tribal Consultation in Minnesota
BIE School Communities Celebrate the Opening of ARRA-funded Replacement Facilities
Echo Hawk to Speak at Opening of Rough Rock Community School Replacement Buildings
Echo Hawk, Lavendure Announce MOU with Harvard University to Collaborate on Promoting Tribal Economic Development through Research, Outreach and Leadership Education
New approach launched to reduce tribal alcohol and substance abuse problems
Deputy Assistant Secretary Jodi Gillette Provides Welcoming Remarks at Action Summit for Suicide Prevention
Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk Visits With Wounded Marine at Bethesda Naval Hospital
Echo Hawk Announces SIPI and Oneida Nation High School as Featured Entries of the 2011 Indian Education Renewable Energy Challenge
Salazar Announces $1.5 Million in Grants under Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act
Interior Secretary Says Montana Tribal Meetings Signal New Era for Indian Country Nationwide
Lacrosse Played on the White House Lawn Highlighting the Let’s Move! in Indian Country Initiative
Let's Move! In Indian Country Mobilizing Native Youth at 2011 United National Indian Tribal Youth (UNITY) Conference
AMERICA’S GREAT OUTDOORS: Salazar Announces $4.4 Million in Grants for Historic Preservation by American Indian Tribes
Salazar Establishes Commission to Evaluate Indian Trust Administration and Reform
MONDAY: ATHLETES, YOUTH TEAM UP TO PLAY LACROSSE ON THE WHITE HOUSE LAWN
Interior Awards Contract to Evaluate BIA & BIE Support Services
BIA Director Black Applauds Office of Indian Services for Computerworld Award
Secretary Salazar and Associate Attorney General Perrelli Applaud Final Approval of Cobell Settlement
Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk to Speak at 2011 SAIGE Annual National Training Conference
Echo Hawk Outlines Progress of Empowerment Agenda in Speech to National Congress of American Indians at NCAI 2011 Mid-Year Conference
Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Echo Hawk Charts Balanced Course for Off-Reservation Gaming Policy; Rescinds Guidance Memo
First Regional Tribal Consultation on Cobell Trust Land Consolidation Program Announced
Echo Hawk to Speak at 2011 NCAI Mid-Year Conference in Milwaukee
Echo Hawk Announces Chris Redman as Haskell President
Echo Hawk Applauds the First Lady's Planting of the Three Sisters in the White House Garden
Interior Secures Authorization to Talk with Tribal Leaders on Land Consolidation Provisions of Cobell Settlement
Let’s Move! in Indian Country Launched at Menominee Reservation First Lady’s Health Initiative Touted by Echo Hawk, Twilight Actor in Wisconsin; New Website Provides Resources to Help End Childhood Obesity
Echo Hawk Announces the Official Launch for Let's Move! in Indian Country with the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin
Interior Indian Affairs Official Speaks on Indigenous Rights at United Nations
Echo Hawk Announces KinLani Bordertown Dormitory as the Winner of the BIE Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (PALA) Challenge
BIE Director Keith Moore, Chicago Bears’ Levi Horn and Nike N7 to Announce President’s Active Lifestyle Award Challenge Winning School
NATIONAL POLICE WEEK: ATF HONORS FIRST NATIVE AMERICAN, POST-PROHIBITION ERA, ATF INVESTIGATOR KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTY
Echo Hawk Conveys Nation's Gratitude for Fallen Officers at 20th Annual Indian Country Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Service
Echo Hawk to Deliver Keynote Address at 20th Annual Indian Country Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Service
Agriculture Secretary Vilsack, NFL Quarterback Sam Bradford Urge Native American Youth to Get Active
Echo Hawk Issues a Final Determination Against Acknowledgement of the Choctaw Nation of Florida
BIA Director Black Announces Training Program for Tribal Court Judges, Prosecutors, Clerks and Administrators
Echo Hawk Issues a Final Determination Against Acknowledgement of the Juaneno Band of Mission Indians
Echo Hawk Issues a Final Determination Against Acknowledgement of the Juaneno Band of Mission Indians, Acjachemen Nation
Secretary Salazar Highlights Indian Country Education Initiatives by Visiting the Riverside Indian School
Laverdure Announces BIA to Hold Tribal Consultation Meetings on Draft Part 162 Leasing Regulations
Indian Affairs Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Request Reflects President's Commitment to Fiscal Discipline While Strengthening Tribal Nations
Echo Hawk Announces that BIE will participate with Levi Horn and Nike in the Presidential Lifestyle (PALA) Challenge
Notifications Begin in Cobell Settlement
Black Names Eugene R. Virden as Alaska Regional Director
Public Comments Invited on SIPI Accreditation
Salazar: Repealing the Affordable Care Act Would Set Indian Country Back
Secretary Salazar, Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk Submit Draft Consultation Policy to Tribal Leaders