Tribal Nations Strategy Meeting

Date: Jan 22, 2013

Where: Washington, DC

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About the Event:

Setting Our Nation-To-Nation Agenda For the Next Four Years: Tribal Nations, Congress, and the Obama Administration 

Due to strong bipartisan leadership in Congress and the Administration's unprecedented commitment to the nation-to-nation relationship, tribal nations had a remarkably successful period of policy development during the first term of the Obama Administration. The beginning of President Obama's second term is an excellent time to plan and discuss proposals for continued momentum. 

On January 22, the day after inauguration ceremonies, NCAI will host a tribal leaders' meeting with key Administration officials and members of Congress. In the morning, we will focus on our partnership with the Administration. In the afternoon, we will focus on legislative and budget issues with Congress. 

Join NCAI for this important strategy meeting:  

When:   Tuesday, January 22, 2013
              10:00am - 3:00pm 

Where:  Rasmuson Theater
              National Museum of the American Indian
              Independence Avenue Southwest
              Washington, DC  

Agenda: A copy of a draft agenda for this meeting is available here. 


If you are planning to attend inauguration events, you can download NCAI's Guide to the 57th Presidential Inauguration Week of Events. The guide includes information on the 2013 Inauguration Schedule, as well as Indian Country Pre/Post - Inauguration Receptions & Events.


NCAI Contact Information: John Dossett, General Counsel,

Related Events

American Indian Society Inaugural Events

National Museum of Amerian Indian Inaugural Ball

Hotel Accommodations

If you are interested in staying in DC to attend inauguration events The American Indian Society of Washington DC has a block of reserved rooms with great rates at the Crystal Gateway Marriott. The Crystal Gateway Marriott provides a shuttle to/from nearby Washington National Airport (Ronald Reagan Airport) and easy access to downtown Washington, DC via the Metroline. 

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If you need assistance making alternative accommodations, feel free to contact Marilyn Matthews at 202.289.2220 ext. 101 or and use the meeting reference "NCAI".