The BIE implements federal Indian education programs for roughly 46,000 students at 183 schools across the U.S.Education
Protecting lives, resources, and property is at the heart of the BIA's law enforcement effort.Justice
Reliable, affordable broadband access is critical to the health and economic wellbeing of tribal communitiesEconomic Development
Are designed to guide all major decisions, actions, and principles of an organization.Policies and Procedures
We maintain government-to-government relationships with Indian tribes, and facilitate support for tribal people and tribal governments. We promote safe and quality living environments, strong communities, self sufficient and individual rights, while enhancing protection of the lives, prosperity and well being of American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Indian Affairs provides services directly or through contracts, grants, or compacts to 574 Federally recognized tribes with a service population of approximately 2.5 million American Indian and Alaska Natives. While the role of Indian Affairs has changed significantly in the last three decades in response to a greater emphasis on Indian self-governance and self-determination, Tribes still look to Indian Affairs for a broad spectrum of services.
Indian Affairs awards $3 Million in Tribal tourism grant…30 Tribes and organizations receive funding to support economic development.
Statement by Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Brya…
Budget maintains strong support for Tribal communities.
BIA unveils renamed Tohono O’odham Agency, previously k…
Joint celebration held with Tohono O’odham Nation