Department: Delinquency Prevention Program Status: Full-Time Regular (flexible hours, grant based, 5 year grant position) Supervision: Program Coordinator Salary: $18.00/hour + yearly COLA Location: TBA Open Date: October 8,...
Legal opinion for publication related to “Debt Priority and Collection” – Essentially, debts owed to a tribe are not dischargeable by death or bankruptcy. Tribes are treated in the same capacity as the United States of America and or a State Government.
Alysia E. LaCounte, General Counsel | Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians
The Bureau of Trust Fund Administration is holding a Financial Literacy Outreach Event this Thursday, September 16th, 2021 at 11:30 am. Click here to view the flyer and learn how to participate in this event
Tribal Nations Land Buy Back Program
The Bureau of Trust Funds Administration (BFTA) is looking for the following Whereabouts Unknown (WAU) individuals. BFTA maintains an Individual Indian Monies (IIM) account for these individuals that has either cash, land or both in the account.
If you know the whereabouts of anyone on the list, we would like to speak with you. You can call the Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 1-888-678-6836 to update your information or call our local BFTA office at (701) 477-3828. Very important or you won’t receive an offer if your address is not updated.
You may view the current Whereabouts Unknown’s (WAU) listing by clicking the link below: