Office of Self Governance Update April 2019 1

Office of Self Governance Update  April 2019 1

Office of Self Governance Update April 2019 1 Personnel Changes JASON FREIHAGE Appointed to Deputy Assistant Secretary Management (DAS-M) effective March 17, 2019 Mr. Freihage had been serving as the Acting DAS-M since October 9, 2018. Prior to appointment to DAS-M, Mr. Freihage served at the Chief, Division of Budget and Program Review in the Office of Budget for the Department and previously was the Budget Officer and Planning Officer for the U.S. Geological Survey. 2

Personnel Changes RICHARD (RICH) MYERS Appointed to the position of Chief of Staff for the Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Prior to appointment, Mr. Myers served in the Office of the Solicitor as an Attorney Advisor and previously as a Regional Solicitor for Alaska. 3 Office of Self Governance Director Sharee Freeman Administrative Specialist Emma Phillips

Program Analyst Vickie Hanvey Financial Manager (Vacant) Senior Policy Analyst Ken Reinfeld Financial Specialist Rufina Villicana NW Field Office Manager Matt Kallappa Compact Negotiator Gordon Smith

Financial Specialist Celeste Engles Program Assistant Maureen Marcellay Compact Negotiator (Vacant) Financial Specialist Lance Fisher Financial Specialist Miles Reader Financial Specialist

Thomas Gubatayao Number of SG Tribes (285) by Region (10) Alaska 190 Tribes 31 Funding Agreements 10 Consortium Funding Agreements Northwest 26 Tribes Pacific 22 Tribes Rocky Mountain 1 Tribe Western 7 Tribes Eastern 2 Tribes Eastern Oklahoma 12 Tribes

Midwest 12 Tribes Southern Plains 8 Tribes Southwest 5 Tribes New Self Governance Tribes for 2019 Chickaloon Native Village Traditional Council (Alaska) The Klamath Tribes (Northwest) Samish Indian Nation (Northwest) Kashia Band of Pomo Indians of the Stewards Point Rancheria (Pacific) Cher-Ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria (Pacific) 6 Office of Self Governance Finance

To date, OSG has received and obligated approximately $311,758,613 in FY 2019 funding for distribution. 7 OSG Finance - FY 2019 Program Description Amount Child Care Development Fund

Discretionary 50,809,314 Community Services Block Grant Community Services Block Grant Child Care Development Fund Mandatory 9,705,673

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families/Native Employment Works Temporary Assistance for Needy Families/Native Employment Works 8,361,539 Operation of Indian Programs 2-year 198,706,420

119,604 8 OSG Finance - FY 2019 Program Description Amount Operations of Indian Programs Reimbursables Great Lakes Restorations

Contract Support Costs Contract Support Costs 32,451,127 Department of the Interior Wildland Fire 2,271,989 Operation of Indian Programs /Construction/Settlement/Damage Assessment

Annual, No-Year Construction Safety of Dams 1,260,000 Department of Transportation Construction and Planning 7,347,261

410,000 315,686 9 Contract Support Cost (CSC) 2019 Distributions FY 2019 paid to date: $32,376,790 Included C.R.s 1 3 Final allocation totaling $53,443,862 received April 16, 2019 Total funding allocated: $85,894,989 Anticipate shortfall of ~$25,000,000 Additional funding will have to be requested by OIS from Administration 10

Contract Support Cost (CSC) 2018 Update FY 2018 total need: ~$108,797,302 Lump Sum Negotiation Requested by One Tribe In March 2019 FY 2018 total paid: $106,505,612 Additional $2,346,814 requested to cover shortfall FY 2018 Overpayments: $55,124 (2 Tribes) 11 Self Governance Database Upgrade OSG is preparing the SGDB System Upgrade Plan operational for more than 23 years has not been upgraded in more than 10 years

OSG Finance staff has engaged in brainstorming sessions options for more user-friendly updates update from old FFS to FBMS structure automate processes currently performed manually update for current reporting requirements 12 Self Governance Database Upgrade Requesting Tribal input from SGAC and from

the Funding Matrix Report Update Workgroup Changing the funding process for SGDB from funding agreement to a procurement contract 13 Draft 2020 Self Governance Negotiation for Guidance for BIA Programs Accepting comments to OSG Director and Ken Reinfeld until April 28, 2019 [email protected] [email protected] Guidance is posted on the SGDB http://www.osgdb.org 14

Minimum Data Collection Report Work Group of Self-Governance Tribes developed a form to facilitate the collection and submission of data by Self-Governance Tribes. This form was modified with recommendations of the SGAC Form is almost 30 years old Requested feedback of SGAC Review of data collected on form Instructions and definitions Hardcopy form to electronic collection/submission 15

OMB- Collection of Information The OSG is submitting this information collection request to extend approval for the information collection requirements of the Tribal SelfGovernance Act of 1994, Pub. L. 103413 as Governance Act of 1994, Pub. L. 103Governance Act of 1994, Pub. L. 103413 as 413 as amended . On February 13, 2019 published Federal Register was a 60-day notice soliciting comments No comments were received by April 15, 2019 On Friday, April 19, 2019 published in a Federal Register 30-day notice Comments due May 19, 2019 16 Self Governance Application Deadline Extension The deadline for new tribes to apply for Self

Governance has been extended to April 30, 2019. 17 Contract Support Cost (CSC) Workgroup CSC Workgroup meeting is going to be rescheduled due to a scheduling conflict with the 477 Conference held during the week of April 15th. 18 BIA Budget Priority Meetings OSG has reached out to the Northwest, Southwest, and Western BIA Regional Offices to share the Self Governance tribes contact

information for the Regional Budget meetings. Any other regions? 19 Taos Pueblo has been invited to attend and present at the 2019 World Community Development Conference in Dundee, Scotland 20 The End 21

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