Date: Dec 4, 2012 - Dec 5, 2012
Where: White House- Washington, DC
Download the Framing paper of top priority asks
Download Full Briefing Book
Download the Schedule of Events - 11.30.2012 version
The 4th Annual White House Tribal Nations Summit will be held on Wednesday, December 5th, 2012. During the Summit, tribal leaders from across the nation will once again convene in Washington, DC to discuss key tribal priorities with high-level members of the Obama administration.
As in past years, NCAI will co-host a Tribal Leaders Prepatory Meeting on Tuesday, December 4th from 5-7pm. The meeting will be at the Four Points Sheraton. NCAI will also host a tribal leader prepatory teleconference on Friday, November 30th at 1pm Eastern to assist tribal leaders in preparing for the Summit.
The Tribal Nations Summit continues to serve as one of the leading forums for direct and substantive dialogue between tribal leaders and key administration officials. The voice of every tribal nation is crucial in this dialogue and we hope you will join us in the nation's capital for this important opportunity.
For questions about the White House Tribal Nations Summit itself, or to RSVP, please go to: www.whitehouse.gov/tribalnationsconference
For a recap of last year's meeting and to review the 2011 tribal leader's briefing book, please visit the 2011 Tribal Leaders Conference Event Page on NCAI.org.
Limited hotel rooms are available at the following location (please use the meeting reference "Tribal Nations Summit"):
Four Points Sheraton
1201 K Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
If you are unable to secure accomodations here, feel free to contact Marilyn Matthews at 202.289.2220 ext. 101 or firstname.lastname@example.org and use the meeting reference "Tribal Nations Summit."
Schedule of Events for the 4th Annual White House Tribal Nations Summit
White House events, NCAI sponsored meetings, receptions, agency, and legislative events.
Framing Paper: Our Nation-To-Nation Relationship: Security and Prosperity for Tribal Nations and the United States
A framing paper that outlines transformative priorities for the President and priorities during the Lame Duck session.
Papers of Relevance to All Breakout Sessions
Papers Relevant to Specific Breakout Sessions
The remaining papers are grouped by the breakout options offered by the White House:
1. Governance and the Nation-to-Nation Relationship
2. Law Enforcement/Disaster Relief
4. Economic Development/Housing/Infrastructure
5. Cultural Protection/Natural Resources/Environment
Briefing Packets from our Regional Intertribal Partners