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The National Congress of American Indians, founded in 1944, is the oldest, largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization serving the broad interests of tribal governments and communities.
NCAI 74th Annual Convention & Marketplace
Save the date for the NCAI 74th Annual Convention & Marketplace in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Join us October 15-20!› Find out more information here!
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FY2018 Indian Country Budget Request
The FY2018 Indian Country Budget Request Book is now available for download.› Download Budget Request Book Here!
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The NCAI PRC supports Indian Country in shaping its own future as the leading center for tribally driven policy research.
The Tribal Supreme Court Project—a collaboration between NCAI and the Native American Rights Fund— monitors litigation in which Native people have a significant stake and coordinates strategy among a network of over 250 tribal leaders, attorneys, and law professors.
The Native Financial Education Initiative provides information for tribes and their citizens to enhance financial capabilities in Indian Country - including the work of the Native Financial Education Coalition, Financial Literacy Month (April), and NCAI's Protect Native Money Campaign and Tribal Exchange Stock Market Game.
President Obama declared his commitment to fulfilling the consultation requirements of Executive Order 13175, NCAI supports tribes in this process with resources.
The National Congress of American Indians welcomes Secretary Zinke’s Appointment of Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs
September 14, 2017
The McCollum-Cole Amendment on Tribal Public Safety & Victim Service Passes in the House Appropriations Committee
July 13, 2017
"Tribal Nations and the United States: An Introduction"