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BIA management of Indian trust funds

Oversight hearing before the Subcommittee on Native American Affairs of the Committee on Natural Resources, House ... Act of 1993, hearing held in Washington, DC,

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Open LibraryOL7372280M
ISBN 100160460077
ISBN 109780160460074

Trust Fund Management and Reform. BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS 5 Indian Reservations was followed by the breaking up of tribal land holdings and distribution of individual allotments to tribal members, with the “excess” lands becoming available for settlement by non-Indians.6Cited by: Overview: The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) is a federal agency within the Department of Interior. The BIA is responsible for the administration and management of million acres of land held in trust by the United States for American Indians, Indian tribes, and Alaska Natives.

Aug 04,  · Native American Trust Lands Explained Posted by brett robinson Native American Life Title to most of the tribal lands in the United States is held by the United States government in trust for the benefit of existing and future generations of tribal populations. Cobell v. Salazar (previously Cobell prideofaberdeenawards.comorne and Cobell prideofaberdeenawards.com and Cobell prideofaberdeenawards.comt) is a class-action lawsuit brought by Elouise Cobell and other Native American representatives in against two departments of the United States government: the Department of Interior and the Department of the Treasury for mismanagement of Indian trust funds.. It was settled in 20Court: United States District Court for the District .

Trust Funds (Tribal) and Individual Indian Monies Trust Funds (IIM). The American Indian Trust Fund Management Reform Act of requires audits of the Tribal and IIM financial statements. Under a contract issued by OST and monitored by the Office oflnspector General (OIG), KPMG, an independent public accounting firm, performed. The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) holds 11 million acres in trust for Native Americans. Money from timber sales, agricultural and oil leases is distributed under the Individual Indian Monies (IIM) program. In addition to Individual Indian Monies, the Office of Trust Funds Management administers Tribal Trust .


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Individuals Indian Money (IIM) Accounts. The IIM program is authorized under 25 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part and 25 CFR Part 20, Financial Assistance and Social Services, Subpart D – Services to Children, Elderly, and Families.

Further guidance is provided by a Memorandum of Understanding between the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). IA Handbooks. Handbooks are typically companions to Indian Affairs Manual (IAM) policy chapters, conveying a greater level of detail (i.e., the “how to” procedures) for employees.

The Handbook “Title” should reference the program topic covered in the IAM chapter(s). BIA management of Indian trust funds: oversight hearing before the Subcommittee on Native American Affairs of the Committee on Natural Resources, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, on Bureau of Indian Affairs' management of trust funds, and H.R.

Native American Trust Fund Accounting and Management Reform Act ofhearing held in. BIA management of Indian trust funds: oversight hearing before the Subcommittee on Native American Affairs of the Committee on Natural Resources, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, on Bureau of Indian Affairs' management of trust funds ; and H.R.Native American Trust Fund Accounting and Management Reform Act ofhearing held in Washington.

Manage Trust Resources and Lands – The BIA Trust-Natural Resources Management activity supports the steward-ship of trust lands in Indian Country. Natural resource programsa ssist Tribesi nth em anagement,d evelopment, and protection of Indian trust land and natural resources on 56 million surface acres and 59 million acres of sub.

Among other things, the report surmised that "one hundred sixty three years later, Schoolcraft's assessment of the BIA's financial management still rings true.

BIA management of Indian trust funds book administration of the Indian trust fund continues to make the accounts look as though they had been handled with a pitchfork.

The Office of Budget and Performance Management (OBPM) is located in Washington, D.C. and Reston, Virginia and provides guidance and technical assistance to tribes and Indian Affairs' programs on budget policy, procedures, processes and systems to effectively manage budget formulation and execution functions.

Inthe American Indian Trust Fund Management Reform Act established OST to improve the management of the Indian fiduciary trust in the Department of the Interior (DOI).

OST manages Indian beneficiaries' financial assets and is responsible for coordinating reform efforts to improve trust asset management and beneficiary services throughout Interior. The Burea ouf Indian Affairs' [BIA] management of Indian trust funds is the subjec of thit s report.

These trust funds include the tribal trust fund and the individual Indian money [IIM] trust fund. As of September 30,approximately tribe an inters have­ est in the tribal trust fund; however, some tribes have multiple ac­ counts. 39 Stat (PL ), appropriations for the Bureau of Indian Affairs for Fiscal Year ending June 30, (Sec.

27, no money expended from tribal funds without specific appropriation by Congress). Current Complexity Ratings for Bureau of Indian Affairs Units Feb. Fuels Management. Use of the Prescribed Fire Burn Boss - type 2 and Agency Responsibilities for Low and Very Low Complexity Prescribed Fire Planning and Implementation Jan.

Training. Inclusion of BIA Law Enforcement Personnel in IQCS and ROSS. The budget also proposes $ million for the BIA’s Natural Resource Management programs, which assist tribes in the management, development and protection of Indian trust land and natural resources on 56 million surface acres and 59 million acres of subsurface mineral estates.

GAO discussed the Bureau of Indian Affairs' (BIA) management of the Indian Trust Funds, focusing on: (1) BIA efforts to correct past problems; (2) operational problems that still need to be addressed; and (3) provisions in Native American trust fund legislation that can assist BIA in resolve trust fund management problems.

In addition to Individual Indian Monies, the Office of Trust Funds Management administers Tribal Trust Accounts. The Special Trustee for American Indians oversees annual payments of $ million forNative Americans, but the whereabouts of 47, Native Americans eligible for.

Financial Management: Creation of Bureau of Indian Affairs' Trust Fund Special Projects Team (GAO/AIMD, September 21, ). Financial Management: Status of BIA's Efforts to Resolve Long-Standing Trust Fund Management Problems (GAO/T-AFMD, June 22, ).

Bureau of Indian Affairs - Indian Trust Funds / Tribal Trust Accounts Between andit was national policy to break up reservations and parcel out allotments of acres to individual Indian. BIA Trust Payments Before You Begin Complete Agency Form Enter Payment Info Use this form to pay the Bureau of Indian Affairs for the use and/or purchase of Indian Trust lands and/or resources.

Accepted Payment Methods: Bank account (ACH) Debit or credit card. review of the burea ou f indian affairs' management of the $ billion indian trust fund hearing before the environment, energy, and natural resources subcommittee of the committee on government operations house of representatives one hundred first congress first session october 26, Trust Funds (Tribal).

The American Indian Trust Fund Management Reform Act of requires an audit of the Tribal financial statements. Under a contract issued by OST and monitored by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), KPMG, an independent public accounting firm, performed an audit of the OST FY and FY financial statements.

(record group 75) overview of records locations table of contents administrative history records of the office of the secretary of war relating to indian affairs records of the office of indian trade general records of the bureau of indian affairs records of the commissioner of indian affairs and his immediate.

Established by the American Indian Trust Fund Management Reform Act of (Public Law ), OST was created to improve the accountability and management of Indian funds held in trust by the federal government. As trustee, DOI has the primary fiduciary responsibility to manage both tribal trust funds and Individual Indian Money (IIM) accounts.Get this from a library!

Misplaced trust: the Bureau of Indian Affairs' mismanagement of the Indian Trust Fund: seventeenth report. [United States. Congress. House. Committee on .Get this from a library! Management of Indian tribal trust funds: hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, second session on United States trust relationship with the sovereign governments of Indian country, February 26,Washington, DC.

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