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Secretary Zinke Announces Recovery and Delisting of Yellowstone Grizzly Bear 6/22/17 1:49 PM WASHINGTON – Due to the success of conservation efforts and collaboration among a variety of stakeholders, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke announced today that the Yellowstone population of the grizzly bear has been recovered to the point where federal protections can be removed and overall management can be returned to the states and tribes. The population has rebounded from as few as 136 bears in 1975 to an estimated 700 today and meets all the criteria for delisting.
005_PMT_Response2NarrComments2016 6/21/17 2:42 PM
Notification of Required Use of Coop Agreement Template 6/13/17 4:56 PM
Secretary Zinke Submits 45-Day Interim Report on Bears Ears National Monument and Extends Public Comment Period 6/12/17 1:47 PM WASHINGTON - U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke submitted a 45-day interim report on Bears Ears National Monument to President Donald J. Trump on Saturday, June 10, 2017, in accordance with the April 26, 2017, Executive Order (EO). The order directs the Secretary to review monuments designated under the Antiquities Act between January 1, 1996, and the present date that are 100,000 acres or more in size, or any monument the Secretary deems to have been created without appropriate public input. The EO also directs the Secretary to submit an interim report regarding Bears Ears specifically to the President no more than 45 days from the date of the EO.
FY2015 Request Record 6/7/17 4:21 PM
OWF Policy Memorandum 2015-006 6/7/17 4:17 PM
Update and Recertify Home-to-Work Transportation Authorization 6/7/17 4:06 PM
Testimony of Weldon “Bruce” Loudermilk, Before the House Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs, U.S. House of Representative on S. 249 6/7/17 1:13 PM
Testimony of Weldon “Bruce” Loudermilk, Before the House Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives on H.R. 1074, to Repeal the Act Entitled “An Act to Confer Jurisdiction on the State of Iowa Over Offenses 6/7/17 12:47 PM
2017 Direction to Wildland Fire Leadership 6/7/17 11:30 AM
Decade–old Fuels Treatments Helped Prevent Damages to Pueblo of Isleta during 2016 Dog Head Wildfire 6/6/17 3:41 PM
Dog Head Fire Progression Map for Success Story 6/6/17 3:39 PM
New Firefighters at San Carlos prepare to complete applications during a 2017 job fair. 6/6/17 3:35 PM
Managers & Human Resources Staff are Key to Outreach and Hiring Efforts 6/6/17 3:34 PM
13 IAM 7: Contract Support Costs 6/5/17 9:57 AM To institutionalize training requirements for Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) personnel designated as an Approving Official, Awarding Official Technical Representative (AOTR), or Subordinate Awarding Official's Technical Representative (SAOTR) on contracts and/or grants as authorized by Public Law (P.L.) 93-638, as amended.
Instructions for Developing a Handbook 6/1/17 11:26 AM Updated in 2017. Updated February 2011.
Instructions for Completing a Regional Directive 6/1/17 11:25 AM Updated in 2017. Updated January 2011.
Template - RPM 6/1/17 11:24 AM Updated in 2017. Updated February 2011
Template and Example - NPM 6/1/17 11:23 AM Updated in 2017. Updated in 2016. Includes example. Deleted old example reference (IDC 009772). Last corrected/updated Jan/Feb 2011.
Example - Regional Directive 6/1/17 11:22 AM Updated in 2017. Updated January 2011.
Example - IAM Chapter 6/1/17 11:21 AM Updated in 2017. Updated example per updated template, 2016. Last update was January 2011.
Template - Indian Affairs Manual (IAM) chapter 6/1/17 11:20 AM Updated in 2017. This 2016 version updates this template to include the signature block on the last page (changes due to implementation of Policy DB within DTS) and other edits. Could not update through the other version (idc009765), so had to create this as a new document/entry.
Reclamation and BIA Seek Public Comments on Navajo Generating Station Operations through December 2019 and Potential Retirement Activities Post-2019 5/25/17 2:56 PM PHOENIX – The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) are seeking public comments on a proposed action for potential Federal decisions needed to operate Navajo Generating Station (NGS) near Page, Arizona, through December 2019 and to conduct retirement activities post-2019. Operating NGS through December 2019 and conducting retirement activities post-2019 will require land use agreements that will likely require Federal approvals. Because of these potential Federal approvals, an Environmental Assessment (EA) is being prepared to help assess the effects the proposed action would have on the environment and natural resources. This information will aid in decisions regarding a land use agreement and required rights-of-way, which are the subject of current negotiations between the Navajo Nation (Nation) and the non-Federal participants (Lessees).
Alaska Region example PDF 5/22/17 11:31 AM training document
Testimony of Michael Black, Before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, U.S. Senate on “High Risk, No Reward: GAO’s High Risk List for Indian Programs” 5/17/17 4:12 PM