On June 7, 2017, the Director of the Office of Self Governance (OSG) sent a memo requesting Self-Governance Tribes provide information regarding 2016 Self-Governance activities by August 15, 2017. The information requested will be used as OSG prepares the 2016 Annual Report to Congress on the costs and benefits of Tribal Self-Governance.
There are three ways Tribes may submit information to OSG:
- Minimum Data Collection Form: A downloadable version of this form is available here.
- Tribal Reports or Brochures: Tribes can submit other Tribal summary annual reports or brochures that the Tribe wishes to provide OSG.
- Tribal Program Highlight: OSG is looking for Tribal programs to feature or highlight in the Annual Report including unique, innovative or best practices in implementing Self-Governance.
This information is critical as the Tribal Self-Governance Program is dependent upon the ability to provide information on the progress achieved under the program.