Policy Alert: TTAC Meeting Next Wednesday, Pensions Subcommittee Survey is Live


Policy Alert: TTAC Meeting Next Wednesday, Pensions Subcommittee Survey is Live

June 9, 2021

The U.S. Department of the Treasury Tribal Advisory Committee (TTAC) will convene a public meeting next Wednesday, June 16, 2021 from 1:00 PM EST to 4:00 PM EDT. The current IRS Commissioner, Charles Rettig, is scheduled to join. 

The meeting will be held via teleconference and is open to the public. It does not require advanced registration. Participants are welcome to make public comments related to tribal taxation to the TTAC. An agenda will be posted on Treasury's TTAC webpage ahead of the meeting. 

Participants wishing to make a public comment during the meeting should email TTAC@treasury.gov with your name, title, organizational affiliation, date of the public meeting, and email address at least three business days before the meeting (June 11, 2021).  

Participant call in number: 1-888-455-7136 or 1-773-799-3680

Participant passcode: 4200152

Conference Number: 1970369


The TTAC Tribal Pensions Subcommittee just released their survey aiming to explore and highlight the impacts of tribal pensions on Native American Nations. Click here to learn more and take the survey

Key Information about this Survey:

This survey will consist of multiple questions focused on pensions, benefits and retirement programs of specific Native American Nations. There will be no compensation of any kind available for your participation. The answers to your questions will be used solely for the purposes provided in this survey. We expect that individuals will spend approximately 20-30 minutes completing a questionnaire for each Native business.

The survey will be open until June 30, 2021 at 11:59pm PST

Who should take the survey?

The subcommittee asks that recipients of this survey forward to individuals, employees and representatives of the Native American Nation who focus on finance, human resources, law or employment policy. The Native American Nation should have one respondent complete the survey, understanding that other tribal representatives may support the collection of information. The survey design may allow multiple individuals to complete this survey.

Take the TTAC Tribal Pensions Subcommittee Survey

For additional information about the TTAC please visit Treasury's TTAC webpage and NAFOA's TTAC webpageFor any other questions or concerns, please contact Ellie Beckett, Policy Communications Specialist, at Ellie@nafoa.org or (202) 841-3373.