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Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs
Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs Arizona's Official Web Site
Working for a greater understanding and improved relationships in the State of Arizona.
Arizona Tribal Leadership Directory

State-Tribal Resource Directory

The directory has been published since 1960 and is intended to serve as a resource for connecting citizens and stakeholders with tribal, state and congressional delegation. We hope that you find the directory a useful resource to foster communication and build stronger relationships. In cooperation with the tribes ad Indian nations, the Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs has made all reasonable efforts to provide accurate and updated information up to June 30, 2014. Listings are subject to change without notice. Neither the Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs, no any agency, officer, nor employee of the State of Arizona shall be held liable for any losses caused by reliance on the accuracy, reliability, or timeliness of such changes.


Annual Reports
Bullet FY 2011 Annual Report
Bullet FY 2010 Annual Report
Bullet FY 2008 Annual Report
Bullet FY 2007 Annual Report
Bullet FY 2006 Annual Report
Bullet FY 2005 Annual Report
Indian Affairs Articles and Newsletters
A primary objective of the Commission of Indian Affairs is to act as an informational and resource clearinghouse.  The Commission has created an “update” to obtain, retain, and share information about: state and federal policies that impact tribes; grants (and other monies available for tribal use).  As well as, disseminate pertinent information to tribes on a consistent basis, provide assistance to the public at large in identifying resources that meet individual needs regarding Indian issues, highlight the activities of the state tribal liaisons.
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