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Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs
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Working for a greater understanding and improved relationships in the State of Arizona.
Tribal Consultation Policies
 
In addition to resources provided by the Commission of Indian Affairs, tribal concerns require the attention of an individual working at the policy level to advise and explain how decisions would impact tribes and ensure that tribal concerns are vetted and fully understood.

On September 14th, 2006, Executive Order 2006-14 Consultation and Cooperation with Arizona Tribes was established.  The Executive Order required each Executive Branch agency to:
  1. Develop and implement a tribal consultation policy to guide their work and interaction with federally-recognized Tribes in Arizona;
  2. Designate a principle point of contact for tribal issues; and
  3. Review their tribal consultation policies each year and submit an electronic report to describe all action undertaken as a result of implementation of these policies.
  4. FY13 TCP Annual Reports
    1. Arizona Advisory Council on Indian Health Care
    2. Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
    3. Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System
    4. Economic Security, Dept of
    5. Education, Dept of
    6. Environmental Quality, Dept of
    7. Fire, Building and Life Safety, Dept of
    8. First Things First
    9. Game and Fish Department
    10. Health Services, Dept of
    11. Homeland Security, Dept of
    12. Housing, Dept of
    13. Juvenile Corrections, Dept of
    14. Public Safety, Dept of
    15. Registrar of Contractors
    16. School Facilities Board
    17. Tourism, Office of
    18. Transportation, Dept of
    19. Veteran Services, Dept of
    20. Water Resources, Dept of
This model was developed in the spirit of cooperation to strengthen government-to-government relationships between the State and the tribes to ensure that meaningful and timely consultation was taking place with Arizona’s Tribal leaders to facilitate better understanding and informed decision making.
 

Executive Order 2006-14 Consultation and Cooperation with Arizona Tribes (Download here)

Agency Tribal Consultation Policies:

  1. Administration, Dept of
  2. Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
  3. Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System
  4. Arizona Lottery, Office of
  5. Corrections, Dept of
  6. Economic Security, Dept of
  7. Emergency and Military Affairs, Dept of
  8. Environmental Quality, Dept of
  9. Financial Institutions, Dept of
  10. Fire, Building and Life Safety, Dept of
  11. First Things First
  12. Game and Fish Department
  13. Health Services, Dept of
  14. Homeland Security, Dept of
  15. Housing, Dept of
  16. Insurance, Dept of
  17. Juvenile Corrections, Dept of
  18. Liquor and Licensing, Dept of
  19. Public Safety, Dept of
  20. Real Estate, Dept of
  21. Registrar of Contractors, Dept of
  22. Revenue, Dept of
  23. Tourism, Office of
  24. Transportation, Dept of
  25. Veteran Services, Dept of
  26. Water Resources, Dept of
  27. Weights and Measures, Dept of