To make financial assistance awards to Indian tribes to enable them to assume programs, functions, services, and activities (PFSA) (or portions thereof) with respect to which Indian tribes or Indians are primary or significant beneficiaries, administered by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) through the Indian Health Service (IHS). In preparation for additional tribes each fiscal year, the IHS will make Planning and Negotiation Cooperative Agreements available. The Planning Cooperative Agreements allow Tribes to gather information to determine the current types and extent of PFSA and funding levels available within its service areas and to plan for the types and extent of PFSA and funding to be made available to the tribe under a compact. The Negotiation Cooperative Agreements provide tribes with additional funding to negotiate Self-Governance compacts pursuant to Title V of the ISDEAA.
Revise results below
- 2009: $164,979
- 2010: $284,717
- 2011: $840,000
† No obligations reported in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance