ERIC Number: ED342517
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1990-Nov
Reference Count: N/A
Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs Annual Report, 1989-90.
Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs, Phoenix.
This annual report describes the activities of the Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs for 1989-90. Objectives and accomplishments are outlined for each of several major goals: (1) studying the financial impact made by Indians on Arizona's economy; (2) creating awareness of major issues affecting state and tribal governments, particularly health care, education, and tribal sovereignty; (3) sponsoring an intergovernmental meeting to exchange information on current state-tribal issues; (4) automating information-processing procedures; and (5) operating the Commission's office. Other activities included development of an affirmative action plan, development of a 3-year (1990-93) strategic plan, and providing technical assistance to the Colorado River Indian Tribes in their efforts to obtain a license for a restaurant and lounge. Leaders of 13 of the 20 tribal governments completed a mail survey evaluating Commission activities and publications. Responses were generally positive and supportive of the Commission. Appendices contain: (1) a summary of the proceedings of the 11th Arizona Indian Town Hall meeting, held in Phoenix in October 1989, on the subject of state-tribal taxation issues; (2) the text of the Commission's affirmative action plan and personnel policies; and (3) an outline of the 3-year strategic plan. This report also contains information about the population and acreage of Arizona Indian reservations and the Commission's financial report. (SV)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs, Phoenix.
Identifiers - Location: Arizona