Indian Country Budget Requests 

Indian Country FY 2013 Budget Request: Our Trust. Our People. Our America (2012) 

is a document produced annually by the National Congress of American Indians as a companion to the State of Indian Nations address. The document outlines key data related to the socioeconomic status of Native people and recommends particular federal policy strategies to revitalize Native economies, including federal investment in Native Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs). The Economic Development chapter includes financial management training as a strategy to expand business development. Access this report here.

Indian Country FY 2012 Budget Request: Honoring the Promises

The Federal Trust Responsibility in the 21st Century (2011) is a document produced annually by the National Congress of American Indians as a companion to the State of Indian Nations address. The document outlines key data related to the socioeconomic status of Native people and recommends particular federal policy strategies to revitalize Native economies, including federal investment in Native Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs). The Economic Development chapter includes financial management training as a strategy to expand business development. Access this research brief here.

Indian Country FY 2010 Budget Request (2009) 

is a document produced annually by the National Congress of American Indians as a companion to the State of Indian Nations address. The document outlines key data related to the socioeconomic status of Native people and recommends particular federal policy strategies to revitalize Native economies, including federal investment in Native Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs). Access this report here.

Native American Economic Policy Report (2007) 

is a report produced by the National Congress of American Indians and the Department of Interior, Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development, detailing the recommendations of the 2007 National Native American Economic Policy Summit. Recommendations specifically address the development of financial management skills and other issues identified by the NFEC. Access this report here.