Indian Affairs | 2008

2008 Press Releases


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Graduation Ceremony for Inaugural Class of IEED-UA Pilot Project Trainees to be Held December 19
BIA Anadarko Agency Oil and Gas Mining Lease Sale Totals $6.1 million
Skibine Congratulates Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe on Opening of New Computer Achievement Center
BIA Officer Wounded on the Standing Rock Reservation
Michael Black Named Regional Director for BIA's Great Plains Regional Office
Indian Affairs’ Internet Reconnection Completed
DOI Response to Decision on Cobell Lawsuit
Skibine Praises KILI-FM Radio Station’s Wind Turbine
Skibine Congratulates Oglala Sioux Tribe, State of South Dakota on Signing Joint Sovereign MOU for Tribe’s Secured Transactions Commercial Code
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation to Participate in Indian Affairs Public Law 102-477 Program
Second National Conference on Child Protection and Child Welfare in Indian Country to be Held in Billings, Montana
National Geographic, 5 U.S. Agencies Sign Agreement to Embrace Geotourism, Expanding Conservation Efforts
Indian Affairs Promotes Increased Capital Investment in Indian Country
Skibine Announces Publication of Proposed Finding to Decline Federal Acknowledgment of Group Known as Biloxi, Chitimacha Confederation of Muskogees, Inc.
Skibine Announces Publication of Proposed Finding to Decline Federal Acknowledgment of Group Known as Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe
Secretary Kempthorne Presents Presidential and Departmental Awards to Interior Executives
Skibine to Temporarily Assume Responsibilities of the Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs
The Bureau of Indian Affairs Network Reconnects to the Internet
Artman Announces Publication of Guidance Notice to Improve Federal Acknowledgement Process Efficiency, Transparency
Artman Announces Publication of Final Rule to Implement IGRA Sec 20
Gidner Names Dale Morris as BIA Pacific Regional Office Director
Kempthorne Announces Departure of Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Carl Artman
Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Carl Artman, Senator John Thune Launch South Dakota Indian Business Incubator Project
BIA Great Plains Region to Host 10th Annual Great Plains/Tribal Economic Development Summit April 15-16, 2008
Landmark Indian Water Rights Settlement Fully Implemented
Artman Issues Final Determination to Decline Acknowledgment of FAP Petitioner Steilacoom Tribe of Indians
DOI Publishes Final Regulations on Tribal Energy Resource Agreements
DOI, Mashantucket and Seminole Tribes Sign Historic Partnership Agreement to Promote Indian Business Development
Artman to Host Kick-off Event for DOI Intertribal Economic Consortium Initiative
Safer Communities, Improved Education and Economic Investment Highlight Fiscal Year 2009 Indian Affairs Budget
Interior Secretary Kempthorne, EPA Administrator Johnson, Others Announce Increases for Indian Country Initiatives and Launch New On-line Employee Training
Interior Secretary Kempthorne and EPA Administrator Johnson to Discuss Indian Issues at National Press Club
Artman Invites Tribal Leaders to Indian Affairs Modernization Initiative National Meeting Scheduled for January 30 in Washington, D.C.