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Bureau of Indian Affairs Southern Plains Regional Office. National Budget Meeting – FY 2015. SOUTHERN PLAINS REGIONAL OFFICE JURISDICTION. Regional Demographics. Total Agencies\Field Offices: 5 Total Tribes: 24 Total Reservations: 20 Total Acres: 479,015.38

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Bureau of indian affairs southern plains regional office

Bureau of Indian AffairsSouthern Plains Regional Office

National Budget Meeting – FY 2015


Southern plains regional office jurisdiction

SOUTHERN PLAINS REGIONAL OFFICE JURISDICTION


Regional demographics

Regional Demographics

  • Total Agencies\Field Offices: 5

  • Total Tribes: 24

  • Total Reservations: 20

  • Total Acres: 479,015.38

  • Total People Serviced: 114,861

  • Total Programs Funded: 41

  • Total Employees: 225


Anadarko agency

ANADARKO AGENCY

TRIBES:

  • KIOWA

  • COMANCHE

  • APACHE

  • FT. SILL APACHE

  • CADDO

  • DELAWARE

  • WICHITA & AFFILIATED


Concho agency

CONCHO AGENCY

TRIBES:

  • CHEYENNE & ARAPAHO


Pawnee agency

PAWNEE AGENCY

TRIBES:

  • KAW

  • OTOE-MISSOURIA

  • PAWNEE

  • PONCA

  • TONKAWA


Horton agency

HORTON AGENCY

TRIBES:

  • IOWA TRIBE OF KS& NE

  • KICKAPOO TRIBE IN KS

  • PRAIRIE BAND POTAWATOMI

  • SAC & FOX OF MO


Shawnee field office

SHAWNEE FIELD OFFICE

  • TRIBES:

  • ABSENTEE-SHAWNEE

  • CITIZEN POTAWATOMI

  • IOWA TRIBE OF OK

  • KICKAPOO TRIBE OF OK

  • SAC & FOX NATION OF OK


Regional office

REGIONAL OFFICE

TRIBES:

  • ALABAMA-COUSHATTA TRIBE OF TX

  • KICKAPOO TRADITIONAL TRIBE OF TX


Budget priorities

Budget Priorities

  • Johnson O’Malley (JOM)

  • Other Aid Tribal Government

  • Social Services

  • Tribal Courts

  • Minerals and Mining


Johnson o malley

Johnson O’Malley

  • To provide Indian Students with adequate school supplies, equipment and other educational needs

  • To provide tutorial assistance to Indian Students to enhance their skills and understanding of the core education elements

  • To provide incentive programs that challenge Indian Students to earn and maintain above average grade scores

  • To provide opportunities for Indian Students to participate in Native Leadership Conferences and other leadership activities


Tribal government

Tribal Government

  • Advancing Quality Communities for Indian Tribes & Tribal Nations

  • Promoting strong and stable tribal governments

  • Promoting Indian Self-Determination & Self-Governance:

  • Enhancing the abilities of Tribal Nations in the exercise of their authority as sovereign nations


Social services

Social Services

  • To improve the quality of life for individual Indians and Indian families living on or near Indian reservations

  • To protect children, the elderly and the disabled from abuse and neglect

  • To assist the needy in acquiring the most basic needs in life: food, clothing, shelter

  • To protect against the separation of and to assist with the reunification of Indian families


Public safety justice

PUBLIC SAFETY & JUSTICE

  • To maintain law and order on tribal lands

  • To protect life and property

  • To empower tribal law enforcement agencies and tribal governments to uphold tribal sovereignty and customs

  • Increased funding needed for the hiring of additional Police Officers and competent staff and Judges


Minerals and mining

Minerals and Mining

  • To provide essential support to Tribes and Indian Allottees in the development of renewable and conventional energy resources

  • To address the demand for increased Bureau involvement & services in all aspects of the Oil & Gas industries

  • To ensure all regulatory requirements are enforced

  • To provide improved customer services to tribes and Individual Indian Allottees


2015 funding request

2015 Funding Request

  • JOHNSON O’MALLEY:+$320,125

  • TRIBAL GOVERNMENT:+$354,602

  • SOCIAL SERVICES:+$273,625

  • PUBLIC SAFETY & JUSTICE:+$300,158

  • MINERALS & MINING:+100,000


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