Indian Affairs | 2000

2000 Press Releases


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Ely S. Parker Building Officially Opens Dedication Ceremony Honors First Indian Commissioner
BIA And Tribes Sign An Agreement Establishing A Government-To-Government Consultation Policy
Building to be Named for Ely S. Parker First Indian Commissioner of the BIA Recognized
Bureau Of Indian Affairs To Hold Historic Signing 1st Government-To-Government Consultation Policy To Be Signed
BIA Budget Approved At $2.1 Billion For FY 2001 Schools, Trust Management, Law Enforcement Among Programs Seeing Major Increases
Interior Department Determines "Kennewick Man" Remains To Go To Five Indian Tribes
Gover Apologizes For BIA's Misdeeds Agency's 175th Anniversary Occasion for Reflection
BIA Celebrates 175th Anniversary
BIA to Celebrate Its 175th Anniversary
Eastern Pequot and Paucatuck Eastern Pequot Indians of Connecticut Meeting Location Changed
Statement Of Deputy Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Michael Anderson On Schaghticoke Stipulation
Meeting Scheduled On Eastern Pequot And Paucatuck Eastern Pequot Indians Of Connecticut
Sharon Blackwell Announced As The New Deputy Commissioner Of Indian Affairs
Statement of Assistant Secretary of the Interior-Indian Affairs Kevin Gover on the Approval of the California Gaming Compacts
Tribal Nations, Interior Department, Trout Unlimited & Utilities Sign Agreement for the Kerr Hydro Project
Major Step Of Secretary's Trust Reform Effort Successfully Completed: New Trust Funds Accounting System In Place
Warm Springs Tribes, PGE, and Interior Sign Agreement for the Pelton Round Butte Hydro Project
BIA Deputy Commissioner Hilda Manuel Resigns
Proposed Finding On The Recognition Of The Eastern Pequot And Paucatuck Eastern Pequot
Department Of The Interior Publishes Final Rule On Governing Review Of Per Capita Distributions
American Indian And Alaska Native Enterprises Get Opportunity To Apply For 59 Million In BIA Loan Guarantees
Distribution of Fiscal Year 2000 Indian Reservation Roads Funds
Final Determination On The Recognition Of The Cowlitz Indian Tribe
School Construction, Trust Management Improvement, Law Enforcement and TPA Lead FY 2001 Budget Request for BIA
BIA Issues Proposed Finding on Federal Acknowledgement of the Webster-Dudley Band of Chaubunagungamaug Nipmuck Indians