Notice Of Sale of Dryland Farming and/or Grazing Leases on Trust and Restricted Indian Lands

Mailing Address:
Anadarko Agency
Bureau of Indian Affairs
P.O. Box 309
Anadarko, OK 73005

Physical Address:
Anadarko Agency
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Hwy 281 N. and Parker McKenzie Rd.
Anadarko, OK 73005

Telephone: (405) 247-6677
Telefax: (405) 247-3942

The Tribes serviced are the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma, Comanche Nation, Apache Tribe of Oklahoma, Wichita and Affiliated Tribes, Caddo Nation, Delaware Nation, and Fort Sill Apache Tribe. These seven tribes include approximately 43,000 members who are eligible to receive various services through their tribal office.

Office of the Superintendent:

The Superintendent is responsible, within delegated authority, for serving as the line official in charge of leading, planning, organizing, directing, controlling, coordinating, and evaluating program operation at the agency level to include comprehensive trust and Indian services and administrative functions. The Superintendent serves as the representative at the U.S. Government in carrying on government-to-government relationship with Indian tribes under the jurisdiction of the Anadarko Agency.

Branch of Administration
The Branch of Administration monitors the Agency's budget for all programs,is the Agency FOIA/ PA coordinator, is responsible for Purchasing and Property for the Agency and its facilities, oversees the safety of the employees and the buildings and is also responsible for assisting with Human Relations for the Agency.

Branch of Community Services
The Anadarko Agency Branch of Community Services (Social Services) provides all payment and non-payment social services to non-contracted Tribes and members of other tribes that reside within the jurisdictional boundaries of the Anadarko Agency. These services include Adult and Child Protective Services, Indian Child Welfare, and the administration of supervised individual Indian Money accounts. The Branch of Community Services works diligently in coordination BIA Office of Justice Services District II in providing community policing programs that promote the safety and well-being Native children and elderly. These include the Eddie Eagle Gun Safety Program, Operation Golden Shield Visitation Program for Elders, the McGruff Anti-Bullying and Stranger Danger Program, Car Seat Safety Program, Parenting Classes, and child identification/ fingerprinting program.