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Financial Management

Tribal governments have unique funding resources and reporting requirements for federal awards carried out through grants, cost reimbursement contracts, and other agreements with state and local governments. NAFOA serves Indian Country by ensuring tribal interests are considered in proposed grant management reforms and accounting rule changes and amendments, as well as developing tribal financial management capacity by providing current and relevant information on major financial regulation issues.

Programs

Digital Accountability and Transparency Act (DATA Act)

Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Standards and Guidelines

Department of Labor Overtime Rule

Guidance on Tribal Government FASB-Based Financial Statements

Tribal Government Input on Governmental Accounting Standards Board Projects

Department of Health and Human Services Proposed Grant Rules Violate ISDEAA

Tribal Government Request for Consultation from Accounting Standard Setters

Public Law 102-477 (477 Program)


Resources

Tribal Business Structures: Section 17 Federal Law Corporations