New Mexico Indian Affairs Department

2009 State Tribal Leaders Summit

Governor Bill Richardson and New Mexico tribal leaders met for the first annual State-Tribal Leaders Summit on May 5, 2009 at the Sky City Casino at the Pueblo of Acoma. The newly created Summit, intended to promote dialogue and collaborative government-to-government problem-solving among the state's executive and tribal leadership, was a notable success. The State-Tribal Collaboration Act of 2009 (SB 196*), which requires an annual State-Tribal Leaders Summit, provides the framework for the state and tribal governments to work together to develop successful programs and services to benefit New Mexico's Native American citizens.

2009 State Tribal Leaders Summit 2009 State Tribal Leaders Summit

Summary of important issues discussed at the 2009 State Tribal Leaders Summit

2009 Summit Planning Committee 2009 Summit Planning Committee

Details IAD's role in preparing for the 2009 State Tribal Leaders Summit

State-Tribal Collaboration Act State-Tribal Collaboration Act

Describes the STCA's role in facilitating communication between state and tribal governments

Tribal Summit Materials

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