At long last, the Bureau of Indian Affairs recognizes the
existence of the Chinook Tribe.
by Karen Mockler,
Feb 12, 2001
Blackfeet tribal member and banker Elouise Cobell writes
about her legal battle to make the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the
Interior Department accountable for millions of dollars missing
from Indian trust funds.
by Elouise Cobell,
Feb 04, 2002
Federal Judge Royce Lamberth says he'll personally oversee
the Interior Department's attempt to untangle the billions of
dollars owed to Indians but mismanaged and misplaced by the Bureau
of Indian Affairs.
by Robyn Morrison,
Jan 31, 2000
In one of the largest class action suits ever filed
against the federal government, 300,000 Native Americans are
demanding a full statement of their individual Indian Money
Accounts from the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
by Jared Farmer,
Aug 05, 1996
A new report, "A Study of Management and Administration:
The Bureau of Indian Affairs," gives the beleaguered BIA advice
about how to get itself back on track.
by Ali Macalady,
Nov 22, 1999
A GAO report is critical of the Bureau of Indian Affairs'
new Trust Asset Accounting Management System, which is intended to
reimburse Native Americans for 112 years of sloppy BIA
by Keri Watson,
Jun 07, 1999