This website will share information and facilitate communication on implementation of Tribal Law and Order Act.The Tribal Law and Order Act was signed into law on July 29, 2010. The Act offers a great opportunity to improve the justice systems in Indian country, but implementation will require significant coordination among federal agencies and all components of tribal justice systems
Since 2003 the New Mexico Indian Affairs Department (IAD) has implemented groundbreaking state-tribal policies intended to improve the quality of life for the state's Indian citizens. IAD's policy initiatives are designed to strengthen tribal and state relations and address the challenges we face in our communities; challenges such as economic development, infrastructure improvement, the protection of our cultures and languages, health care accessibility, and educational opportunities for our most precious resource, our children.
The Office on Tribal Relations as initially established as the Commission of Indian Affairs in 1953 by the 21st Legislature to consider and study conditions among the Indians residing within the State of Arizona. The agency mission made targeted efforts to assist and support state and federal agencies in assisting Indians and tribal councils in this state to develop mutual goals, to design projects for achieving goals and to implement their plans.
Federal Government Resources
Information about and Published by the United States Federal Government
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs was initially established as the Select Committee on Indian Affairs and Section 25 of S. Res. 71, 103rd Congress, 1st Session, redesignated it as the Committee on Indian Affairs.
The Committee has jurisdiction to study the unique problems of American Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native peoples and to propose legislation to alleviate these difficulties. These issues include, but are not limited to, Indian education, economic development, land management, trust responsibilities, health care, and claims against the United States. Additionally, all legislation proposed by Members of the Senate that specifically pertains to American Indians, Native Hawaiians, or Alaska Natives is under the jurisdiction of the Committee
The Census Bureau collects data for the American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) population and publishes specific counts, estimates, and statistics. My Tribal Area gives you quick and easy access to selected statistics from the American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS provides detailed demographic, social, economic, and housing statistics every year for the nation's communities. My Tribal Area is powered by the Census Application Programming Interface (API).