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The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is pleased to announce that it will hold a Tribal consultation on the President’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 Budget.

Information about the upcoming consultation is available here.

Please use the link below to register to participate in the Tribal consultation.  When registering, you will be asked to provide your name, email, title and Tribal leadership position, and Tribal affiliation.  You will receive the call-in number and a unique participant code following registration. 

Monday, September 12, 2022 (2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. ET)..m. – 4:00 p.m. ET). Registration link:

If possible, we encourage that Tribal leaders call in together on the same phone line to allow maximum participation for all who want to attend. Tribal leader participation will be prioritized at the consultation and we encourage registration as soon as possible. We welcome registration by additional Tribal advisors and encourage calling in on the same phone line when possible.

OMB’s Tribal Consultations are in accordance with OMB’s Tribal Consultation Plan of Actions, which was developed pursuant to the January 26, 2021 Presidential Memorandum on Tribal Consultation and Strengthening Nation-to-Nation Relationships.  This Presidential Memorandum directs Federal agencies to consult with Tribal Nations in developing detailed plans of action to implement the policies and directives of the November 6, 2000 Executive Order 13175, Consultation and Coordination with Indian Tribal Governments.

OMB Consultation Question & Answers

May 23, 2022 Tribal Consultation Question & Answers


The purpose of the Native American Funding Crosscut is to collect information on funding levels for programs and activities benefitting Native Americans to serve as a resource for Federal and Tribal officials. Annually, after the release of the President’s Budget, OMB requests agencies to report on their Tribal funding. Agencies are asked to provide information on program names, discretionary and mandatory funding amounts, and descriptions of expenditures.

The intended audiences are Tribal Governments and any entities with tribal equities such as Tribes, Tribal organizations, Tribal members, Federal agencies, Federal and Tribal policy officials, and Congressional members and staff. OMB uses the Crosscut to track funding levels for programs and activities benefitting Native Americans across the Federal government as over 30 agencies fund programs or activities with tribal equities.

You can access the FY 2023 Native American Funding Crosscut by clicking the links below.

The FY 2023 Native American Funding Crosscut

The FY 2023 Native American Funding Crosscut Appendix

Other Tribal Resources  

The FY 2023 Tribal Nations and Tribal Communities Fact Sheet

OMB’s Tribal Consultation Plan of Actions

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