Pine Ridge Agency, Superintendent, Invitation No. 2023_01 P.O. Box 1203, Pine Ridge, SD 57770. Bid Opening 9/6/2023 - Sealed bids must be received and marked “2023_01 BID LET” by 10/6/2023, 1:30 PM MST. Bids opening on 10/6/2023 at 1:31 PM MST at the Pine Ridge Agency BIA Fire Hall. OST Indian Preference Ordinance No. 15-24 applicable to this bid beginning 10/6/2023 to 10/13/2023, 4:30 pm MST. We encourage all mailed in bids to be submitted with adequate time for mail processing to our Agency.



8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. MST

Gina Douville, Agency Superintendent


Pine Ridge Agency office
Pine Ridge Agency

Mailing Address:
Bureau of Indian Affairs
P.O. Box 1203
Pine Ridge, South Dakota 57770

 Pine Ridge Agency Flag

Physical Address:
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Highway 18, Main St., Bldg. 159
Pine Ridge, South Dakota 57770

Telephone: (605) 867-5125 Main or (605) 407-8101 Cell          
Telefax:      (605) 867-1141

Wounded Knee
Wounded Knee

Tribe Served:
Oglala Sioux Tribe
Frank Star Comes Out, President
P.O. Box 2070
Highway 18, Main St.
Pine Ridge, South Dakota 57770

Telephone: (605) 867-5821
Telefax:      (605) 867-6076

Trust Land Base: 1.7 million acres

Estimated Tribal Enrollment: 46,855 members

People at Wounded Knee
Wounded Knee

The Bureau of Indian Affairs Pine Ridge Agency is located in Pine Ridge, South Dakota, provides services to the Oglala Sioux Tribe, which boasts an enrollment of 46,855 members. The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation consists of approximately 2.1 million acres and it is located in the southwest portion of the state and occupies areas in Oglala Lakota, Jackson, and Bennett counties.

Badlands in Pine Ridge Agency

Critical Activities/Services Provided to Tribe:
The trust services provided by the Agency include Real Estate Services (Leasing, Rights-of-Ways, and Acquisition & Disposition), Fire Management, Social Services, Land Operations, Probate & Estate Services, and Facilities Management. The non-trust services include Executive Direction and Administrative Services. There are 53 Agency employees. The Agency also managed 25 P.L. 93-638 programs that have been contracted by the Oglala Sioux Tribe.

Porcupine Butte in Pine Ridge Agency
Porcupine Butte

Land Operations:

  • Issued 376 New Range Unit Permits
  • Works with Tribe to advertise permits for allocations
  • Conducted necessary TAAMS work for permits
  • Coordinate billing and collection processes with Office of Special Trustee
  • Reviewed all On/Off Grazing Applications
  • Prepared Grazing Plans for 32 Range Units
  • Conducted 25 Range Unit Inspections
  • Resolved 11 Trespass Cases
  • Inspected 259 Farm–Pasture Leases
  • Prepared 162 lease stipulations for Farm-Pasture Leases Documented 9 Lease Violations
  • Provided GIS Services, Aerial Photography
  • Updated GIS Boundary Layers and Range Unit Coverage

Probate Services:

Prairie Wind Casino

  • Average of the last year’s reported deaths was 25 per month. Approximately 20 of those require a probate.
  • There are over 20,000 unique land owners (meaning counted only once). These include enrolled members of the Tribe, owners who are not enrolled but own land in trust, members enrolled in one of the other Agencies within Great Plains Region, and members enrolled in tribes outside the Region.
  • There were 8,274 original allotments on the Pine Ridge Reservations. In these allotments, there are 204,000 plus Indian land owner interests, 157,000 interests less than 2%, 1600 non-Indian interests.

Wildland Fire:

Pine Ridge Fire Crew

  • Suppression - Provide fire protection for Life & Property
  • Hazardous Fuels - Reduce/remove fuel loading in the Wildland Urban Interface
  • Prevention & Mitigation - Provide programs to all ages to educate on the importance of fire prevention & safety
  • Preparedness - Ensure Program is prepared for fire suppression activities

Boys & Girls Club


Social Services:

  • Average about 400 General Assistance Cases per month
  • Working with Tribal and State Agencies to integrate all child placements
  • Works with the Oglala Sioux Tribe on Gang Violence Issues and present solutions