Tribal Administration

The tribal administration is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the tribe and supporting the tribe's overall goals and objectives. The administration implements tribal policies and laws, manages tribal programs and services, manages tribal finances, represents the tribe to external entities, supports tribal governance, and engages with the tribal community.

To elaborate further, the tribal administration is responsible for ensuring that the tribe's programs and services are effectively delivered to the tribal community. This includes managing budgets, overseeing staff, and ensuring that services are being provided in accordance with tribal policies and standards. The administration also plays a critical role in representing the tribe to external entities, such as the federal government and private sector organizations. This includes advocating for the tribe's interests and developing partnerships to support tribal programs and initiatives.

In addition, the tribal administration is responsible for supporting tribal governance. This may involve preparing reports and recommendations for the tribal council or governing board, providing technical assistance, and ensuring that tribal policies and laws are being implemented effectively. The administration also engages with the tribal community to understand their needs and concerns, and to develop strategies to address those needs.

Overall, the tribal administration is an important part of tribal governance and plays a key role in ensuring that the tribe's programs and services are effectively delivered, that the tribe's interests are represented, and that the tribe's overall goals and objectives are achieved.

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Phone | (951) 763-5549
Address | 52701 CA Hwy 371 Anza, CA 92539
Email | [email protected]
Samantha Briseno

Samantha Briseno

Tribal Service Coordinator