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TITLE 25—Indians

CHAPTER VI—OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY, INDIAN AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

PART 1000—ANNUAL FUNDING AGREEMENTS UNDER THE TRIBAL SELF-GOVERNMENT ACT AMENDMENTS TO THE INDIAN SELF-DETERMINATION AND EDUCATION ACT

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§1000.1
Authority.
§1000.2
Definitions.
§1000.3
Purpose and scope.
§1000.4
Policy statement.
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Subpart B—SELECTION OF ADDITIONAL TRIBES FOR PARTICIPATION IN TRIBAL SELF-GOVERNANCE

Purpose and Definitions

§1000.10
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§1000.11
What is the “applicant pool”?
§1000.12
What is a “signatory”?
§1000.13
What is a “nonsignatory Tribe”?

Eligibility

§1000.14
Who is eligible to participate in Tribal self-governance?
§1000.15
How many additional Tribes/Consortia may participate in self-governance per year?
§1000.16
What criteria must a Tribe/Consortium satisfy to be eligible for admission to the “applicant pool”?
§1000.17
What documents must a Tribe/Consortium submit to OSG to apply for admission to the applicant pool?
§1000.18
May a Consortium member Tribe withdraw from the Consortium and become a member of the applicant pool?
§1000.19
What is done during the “planning phase”?
§1000.20
What is required in a planning report?
§1000.21
When does a Tribe/Consortium have a “material audit exception”?
§1000.22
What are the consequences of having a material audit exception?

Admission Into the Applicant Pool

§1000.23
How is a Tribe/Consortium admitted to the applicant pool?
§1000.24
When does OSG accept applications to become a member of the applicant pool?
§1000.25
What are the deadlines for a Tribe/Consortium in the applicant pool to negotiate a compact and annual funding agreement (AFA)?
§1000.26
Under what circumstances will a Tribe/Consortium be removed from the applicant pool?
§1000.27
How does the Director select which Tribes in the applicant pool become self-governance Tribes?
§1000.28
What happens if an application is not complete?
§1000.29
What happens if a Tribe/Consortium is selected from the applicant pool but does not execute a compact and an AFA during the calendar year?
§1000.30
May a Tribe/Consortium be selected to negotiate an AFA under section 403(b)(2) without having or negotiating an AFA under section 403(b)(1)?
§1000.31
May a Tribe/Consortium be selected to negotiate an AFA under section 403(c) without negotiating an AFA under section 403(b)(1) and/or section 403(b)(2)?

Withdrawal From a Consortium Annual Funding Agreement

§1000.32
What happens when a Tribe wishes to withdraw from a Consortium annual funding agreement?
§1000.33
What amount of funding is to be removed from the Consortium's AFA for the withdrawing Tribe?
§1000.34
What happens if there is a dispute between the Consortium and the withdrawing Tribe?
§1000.35
When a Tribe withdraws from a Consortium, is the Secretary required to award to the withdrawing Tribe a portion of funds associated with a construction project if the withdrawing Tribe so requests?
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Subpart C—SECTION 402(D) PLANNING AND NEGOTIATION GRANTS

Purpose and Types of Grants

§1000.40
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§1000.41
What types of grants are available?

Availability, Amount, and Number of Grants

§1000.42
Will grants always be made available to meet the planning phase requirement as described in section 402(d) of the Act?
§1000.43
May a Tribe/Consortium use its own resources to meet its self-governance planning and negotiation expenses?
§1000.44
What happens if there are insufficient funds to meet the Tribal requests for planning/negotiation grants in any given year?
§1000.45
How many grants will the Department make each year and what funding will be available?

Selection Criteria

§1000.46
Which Tribes/Consortia may be selected to receive a negotiation grant?
§1000.47
What must a Tribe/Consortium do to receive a negotiation grant?
§1000.48
What must a Tribe do if it does not wish to receive a negotiation grant?

Advance Planning Grant Funding

§1000.49
Who can apply for an advance planning grant?
§1000.50
What must a Tribe/Consortium seeking a planning grant submit in order to meet the planning phase requirements?
§1000.51
How will Tribes/Consortia know when and how to apply for planning grants?
§1000.52
What criteria will the Director use to award advance planning grants?
§1000.53
Can Tribes/Consortia that receive advance planning grants also apply for a negotiation grant?
§1000.54
How will a Tribe/Consortium know whether or not it has been selected to receive an advance planning grant?
§1000.55
Can a Tribe/Consortium appeal within DOI the Director's decision not to award a grant under this subpart?
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Subpart D—OTHER FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR PLANNING AND NEGOTIATION GRANTS FOR NON-BIA PROGRAMS

Purpose and Eligibility

§1000.60
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§1000.61
Are other funds available to self-governance Tribes/Consortia for planning and negotiating with non-BIA bureaus?

Eligibility and Application Process

§1000.62
Who can apply to OSG for grants to plan and negotiate non-BIA programs?
§1000.63
Under what circumstances may planning and negotiation grants be awarded to Tribes/Consortia?
§1000.64
How does the Tribe/Consortium know when and how to apply to OSG for a planning and negotiation grant?
§1000.65
What kinds of activities do planning and negotiation grants support?
§1000.66
What must be included in the application?
§1000.67
How will the Director award planning and negotiation grants?
§1000.68
May non-BIA bureaus provide technical assistance to a Tribe/Consortium in drafting its planning grant application?
§1000.69
How can a Tribe/Consortium obtain comments or selection documents received or utilized after OSG has made a decision on a planning grant application?
§1000.70
What criteria will the Director use to rank the applications and how many maximum points can be awarded for each criterion?
§1000.71
Can an applicant appeal a decision not to award a grant?
§1000.72
Will OSG notify Tribes/Consortia and affected non-BIA bureaus of the results of the selection process?
§1000.73
Once a Tribe/Consortium has been awarded a grant, may the Tribe/Consortium obtain information from a non-BIA bureau?
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Subpart E—ANNUAL FUNDING AGREEMENTS FOR BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS PROGRAMS

§1000.80
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§1000.81
What is an annual funding agreement (AFA)?

Contents and Scope of Annual Funding Agreements

§1000.82
What types of provisions must be included in a BIA AFA?
§1000.83
Can additional provisions be included in an AFA?
§1000.84
Does a Tribe/Consortium have the right to include provisions of Title I of Pub. L. 93-638 in an AFA?
§1000.85
Can a Tribe/Consortium negotiate an AFA with a term that exceeds one year?

Determining What Programs May Be Included in an AFA

§1000.86
What types of programs may be included in an AFA?
§1000.87
How does the AFA specify the services provided, functions performed, and responsibilities assumed by the Tribe/Consortium and those retained by the Secretary?
§1000.88
Do Tribes/Consortia need Secretarial approval to redesign BIA programs that the Tribe/Consortium administers under an AFA?
§1000.89
Can the terms and conditions in an AFA be amended during the year it is in effect?
§1000.90
What happens if an AFA expires before the effective date of the successor AFA?

Determining AFA Amounts

§1000.91
What funds must be transferred to a Tribe/Consortium under an AFA?
§1000.92
What funds may not be included in an AFA?
§1000.93
May the Secretary place any requirements on programs and funds that are otherwise available to Tribes/Consortia or Indians for which appropriations are made to agencies other than DOI?
§1000.94
What are BIA residual funds?
§1000.95
How is BIA's residual determined?
§1000.96
May a Tribe/Consortium continue to negotiate an AFA pending an appeal of residual functions or amounts?
§1000.97
What is a Tribal share?
§1000.98
How does BIA determine a Tribe's/Consortium's share of funds to be included in an AFA?
§1000.99
Can a Tribe/Consortium negotiate a Tribal share for programs outside its region/agency?
§1000.100
May a Tribe/Consortium obtain discretionary or competitive funding that is distributed on a discretionary or competitive basis?
§1000.101
Are all funds identified as Tribal shares always paid to the Tribe/Consortium under an AFA?
§1000.102
How are savings that result from downsizing allocated?
§1000.103
Do Tribes/Consortia need Secretarial approval to reallocate funds between programs that the Tribe/Consortium administers under the AFA?
§1000.104
Can funding amounts negotiated in an AFA be adjusted during the year it is in effect?

Establishing Self-Governance Base Budgets

§1000.105
What are self-governance base budgets?
§1000.106
Once a Tribe/Consortium establishes a base budget, are funding amounts renegotiated each year?
§1000.107
Must a Tribe/Consortium with a base budget or base budget-eligible program amounts negotiated before January 16, 2001 negotiate new Tribal shares and residual amounts?
§1000.108
How are self-governance base budgets established?
§1000.109
How are self-governance base budgets adjusted?
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Subpart F—NON-BIA ANNUAL SELF-GOVERNANCE COMPACTS AND FUNDING AGREEMENTS

Purpose

§1000.120
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§1000.121
What is an annual funding agreement for a non-BIA program?

Eligibility

§1000.122
What non-BIA programs are eligible for inclusion in an annual funding agreement?
§1000.123
Are there non-BIA programs for which the Secretary must negotiate for inclusion in an AFA subject to such terms as the parties may negotiate?
§1000.124
What programs are included under Section 403(b)(2) of the Act?
§1000.125
What programs are included under Section 403(c)?
§1000.126
What does “special geographic, historical or cultural” mean?
§1000.127
Under Section 403(b)(2), when must programs be awarded non-competitively?
§1000.128
Is there a contracting preference for programs of special geographic, historical, or cultural significance?
§1000.129
Are there any programs that may not be included in an AFA?
§1000.130
Does a Tribe/Consortium need to be identified in an authorizing statute in order for a program or element of a program to be included in a non-BIA AFA?
§1000.131
Will Tribes/Consortia participate in the Secretary's determination of what is to be included on the annual list of available programs?
§1000.132
How will the Secretary consult with Tribes/Consortia in developing the list of available programs?
§1000.133
What else is on the list in addition to eligible programs?
§1000.134
May a bureau negotiate with a Tribe/Consortium for programs not specifically included on the annual section 405(c) list?
§1000.135
How will a bureau negotiate an annual funding agreement for a program of special geographic, historical, or cultural significance to more than one Tribe?
§1000.136
When will this determination be made?

Funding

§1000.137
What funds are included in an AFA?
§1000.138
How are indirect cost rates determined?
§1000.139
Will the established indirect cost rates always apply to new AFAs?
§1000.140
How does the Secretary determine the amount of indirect contract support costs?
§1000.141
Is there a predetermined cap or limit on indirect cost rates or a fixed formula for calculating indirect cost rates?
§1000.142
Instead of the negotiated indirect cost rate, is it possible to establish a fixed amount or another negotiated rate for indirect costs where funds are limited?

Other Terms and Conditions

§1000.143
May the bureaus negotiate terms to be included in an AFA for non-Indian programs?

Reallocation, Duration, and Amendments

§1000.144
Can a Tribe reallocate funds for a non-BIA non-Indian program?
§1000.145
Do Tribes/Consortia need Secretarial approval to reallocate funds between Title-I eligible programs that the Tribe/Consortium administers under a non-BIA AFA?
§1000.146
Can a Tribe/Consortium negotiate an AFA with a non-BIA bureau for which the performance period exceeds one year?
§1000.147
Can the terms and conditions in a non-BIA AFA be amended during the year it is in effect?
§1000.148
What happens if an AFA expires before the effective date of the successor AFA?
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Subpart G—NEGOTIATION PROCESS FOR ANNUAL FUNDING AGREEMENTS

Purpose

§1000.160
What is the purpose of this subpart?

Negotiating a Self-Governance Compact

§1000.161
What is a self-governance compact?
§1000.162
What is included in a self-governance compact?
§1000.163
Can a Tribe/Consortium negotiate other terms and conditions not contained in the model compact?
§1000.164
Can a Tribe/Consortium have an AFA without entering into a compact?
§1000.165
Are provisions in compacts negotiated before January 16, 2001, effective after implementation?

Negotiation of Initial Annual Funding Agreements

§1000.166
What are the phases of the negotiation process?
§1000.167
Who may initiate the information phase?
§1000.168
Is it mandatory to go through the information phase before initiating the negotiation phase?
§1000.169
How does a Tribe/Consortium initiate the information phase?
§1000.170
What is the letter of interest?
§1000.171
When should a Tribe/Consortium submit a letter of interest?
§1000.172
What steps does the bureau take after a letter of interest is submitted by a Tribe/Consortium?
§1000.173
How does a newly selected Tribe/Consortium initiate the negotiation phase?
§1000.174
How and when does the bureau respond to a request to negotiate?
§1000.175
What is the process for conducting the negotiation phase?
§1000.176
What issues must the bureau and the Tribe/Consortium address at negotiation meetings?
§1000.177
What happens when the AFA is signed?
§1000.178
When does the AFA become effective?
§1000.179
What happens if the Tribe/Consortium and bureau negotiators fail to reach an agreement?

Negotiation Process for Successor Annual Funding Agreements

§1000.180
What is a successor AFA?
§1000.181
How does the Tribe/Consortium initiate the negotiation of a successor AFA?
§1000.182
What is the process for negotiating a successor AFA?
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Subpart H—LIMITATION AND/OR REDUCTION OF BIA SERVICES, CONTRACTS, AND FUNDS

§1000.190
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§1000.191
To whom does this subpart apply?
§1000.192
What services, contracts, or funds are protected under section 406(a)?
§1000.193
Who may raise the issue of limitation or reduction of services, contracts, or funding?
§1000.194
When must BIA raise the issue of limitation or reduction of services, contracts, or funding?
§1000.195
When must an affected Tribe/Consortium or Tribal organization raise the issue of a limitation or reduction of services, contracts, or funding for which it is eligible?
§1000.196
What must be included in a finding by BIA or in a claim by an affected Tribe/Consortium or Tribal organization regarding the issue of a limitation or reduction of services?
§1000.197
How will BIA resolve a claim?
§1000.198
How must a limitation or reduction in services, contracts, or funds be remedied?
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Subpart I—PUBLIC CONSULTATION PROCESS

§1000.210
When does a non-BIA bureau use a public consultation process related to the negotiation of an AFA?
§1000.211
Will the bureau contact the Tribe/Consortium before initiating public consultation process for a non-BIA AFA under negotiation?
§1000.212
What is the role of the Tribe/Consortium when a bureau initiates a public meeting?
§1000.213
What should the bureau do if it is invited to attend a meeting with respect to the Tribe's/Consortium's proposed AFA?
§1000.214
Will the bureau and the Tribe/Consortium share information concerning inquiries about the Tribes/Consortia and the AFA?
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Subpart J—WAIVER OF REGULATIONS

§1000.220
What regulations apply to self-governance Tribes?
§1000.221
Can the Secretary grant a waiver of regulations to a Tribe/Consortium?
§1000.222
How does a Tribe/Consortium obtain a waiver?
§1000.223
When can a Tribe/Consortium request a waiver of a regulation?
§1000.224
How can a Tribe/Consortium expedite the review of a regulation waiver request?
§1000.225
Are meetings or discussions mandatory?
§1000.226
On what basis may the Secretary deny a waiver request?
§1000.227
What happens if the Secretary denies the waiver request?
§1000.228
What are examples of waivers prohibited by law?
§1000.229
May a Tribe/Consortium propose a substitute for a regulation it wishes to be waived?
§1000.230
How is a waiver approval documented for the record?
§1000.231
How does a Tribe/Consortium request reconsideration of the Secretary's denial of a waiver?
§1000.232
When must DOI respond to a request for reconsideration?
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Subpart K—CONSTRUCTION

§1000.240
What construction programs included in an AFA are subject to this subpart?
§1000.241
Does this subpart create an agency relationship?
§1000.242
What provisions relating to a construction program may be included in an AFA?
§1000.243
What special provisions must be included in an AFA that contains a construction program?
§1000.244
May the Secretary suspend construction activities under an AFA?
§1000.245
May a Tribe/Consortium continue work with construction funds remaining in an AFA at the end of the funding year?
§1000.246
Must an AFA that contains a construction project or activity incorporate provisions of Federal construction standards?
§1000.247
May the Secretary require design provisions and other terms and conditions for construction programs or activities included in an AFA under section 403(c) of the Act?
§1000.248
What is the Tribe's/Consortium's role in a construction program included in an AFA?
§1000.249
What is the Secretary's role in a construction program in an AFA?
§1000.250
How are property and funding returned if there is a reassumption for substantial failure to carry out an AFA?
§1000.251
What happens when a Tribe/Consortium is suspended for substantial failure to carry out the terms of an AFA without good cause and does not correct the failure during the suspension?
§1000.252
Do all provisions of other subparts apply to construction portions of AFAs?
§1000.253
When a Tribe withdraws from a Consortium, is the Secretary required to award to the withdrawing Tribe a portion of funds associated with a construction project if the withdrawing Tribe so requests?
§1000.254
May a Tribe/Consortium reallocate funds from a construction program to a non-construction program?
§1000.255
May a Tribe/Consortium reallocate funds among construction programs?
§1000.256
Must the Secretary retain project funds to ensure proper health and safety standards in construction projects?
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Subpart L—FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS

§1000.270
What does this subpart cover?
§1000.271
What other statutes and regulations apply to FTCA coverage?
§1000.272
Do Tribes/Consortia need to be aware of areas which FTCA does not cover?
§1000.273
Is there a deadline for filing FTCA claims?
§1000.274
How long does the Federal government have to process a FTCA claim after the claim is received by the Federal agency, before a lawsuit may be filed?
§1000.275
Is it necessary for a self-governance AFA to include any clauses about FTCA coverage?
§1000.276
Does FTCA apply to a self-governance AFA if FTCA is not referenced in the AFA?
§1000.277
To what extent shall the Tribe/Consortium cooperate with the Federal government in connection with tort claims arising out of the Tribe's/Consortium's performance?
§1000.278
Does this coverage extend to subcontractors of self-governance AFAs?
§1000.279
Is FTCA the exclusive remedy for a tort claim, including a claim concerning personal injury or death, resulting from the performance of a self-governance AFA?
§1000.280
What employees are covered by FTCA for medical-related claims?
§1000.281
Does FTCA cover employees of the Tribe/Consortium who are paid by the Tribe/Consortium from funds other than those provided through the self-governance AFA?
§1000.282
May persons who are not Indians or Alaska Natives assert claims under FTCA?
§1000.283
If the Tribe/Consortium or Tribe's/Consortium's employee receives a summons and/or a complaint alleging a tort covered by FTCA, what should the Tribe/Consortium do?
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Subpart M—REASSUMPTION

§1000.300
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§1000.301
When may the Secretary reassume a Federal program operated by a Tribe/Consortium under an AFA?
§1000.302
“What is imminent jeopardy” to a trust asset?
§1000.303
What is imminent jeopardy to natural resources?
§1000.304
What is imminent jeopardy to public health and safety?
§1000.305
In an imminent jeopardy situation, what must the Secretary do?
§1000.306
Must the Secretary always reassume a program, upon a finding of imminent jeopardy?
§1000.307
What happens if the Secretary's designated representative determines that the Tribe/Consortium cannot mitigate the conditions within 60 days?
§1000.308
What will the notice of reassumption include?
§1000.309
How much time will a Tribe/Consortium have to respond to a notice of imminent jeopardy?
§1000.310
What information must the Tribe's/Consortium's response contain?
§1000.311
How will the Secretary reply to the Tribe's/Consortium's response?
§1000.312
What happens if the Secretary accepts the Tribe's/Consortium's proposed measures?
§1000.313
What happens if the Secretary does not accept the Tribe's/Consortium's proposed measures?
§1000.314
What must a Tribe/Consortium do when a program is reassumed?
§1000.315
When must the Tribe/Consortium return funds to the Department?
§1000.316
May the Tribe/Consortium be reimbursed for actual and reasonable “wind up costs” incurred after the effective date of retrocession?
§1000.317
Is a Tribe's/Consortium's general right to negotiate an AFA adversely affected by a reassumption action?
§1000.318
When will the Secretary return management of a reassumed program?
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Subpart N—RETROCESSION

§1000.330
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§1000.331
Is a decision by a Tribe/Consortium not to include a program in a successor agreement considered a retrocession?
§1000.332
Who may retrocede a program in an AFA?
§1000.333
How does a Tribe/Consortium retrocede a program?
§1000.334
When will the retrocession become effective?
§1000.335
How will retrocession affect the Tribe's/Consortium's existing and future AFAs?
§1000.336
Does the Tribe/Consortium have to return funds used in the operation of a retroceded program?
§1000.337
Does the Tribe/Consortium have to return property used in the operation of a retroceded program?
§1000.338
What happens to a Tribe's/Consortium's mature contract status if it has retroceded a program that is also available for self-determination contracting?
§1000.339
How does retrocession affect a bureau's operation of the retroceded program?
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Subpart O—TRUST EVALUATION REVIEW

§1000.350
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§1000.351
Does the Tribal Self-Governance Act of 1994 alter the trust responsibility of the United States to Indian Tribes and individuals under self-governance?
§1000.352
What are “trust resources” for the purposes of the trust evaluation process?
§1000.353
What are “trust functions” for the purposes of the trust evaluation process?

Annual Trust Evaluations

§1000.354
What is a trust evaluation?
§1000.355
How are trust evaluations conducted?
§1000.356
May the trust evaluation process be used for additional reviews?
§1000.357
May the parties negotiate standards of review for purposes of the trust evaluation?
§1000.358
Can an initial review of the status of the trust asset be conducted?
§1000.359
What are the responsibilities of the Secretary's designated representative(s) after the annual trust evaluation?
§1000.360
Is the trust evaluation standard or process different when the trust asset is held in trust for an individual Indian or Indian allottee?
§1000.361
Will the annual review include a review of the Secretary's residual trust functions?
§1000.362
What are the consequences of a finding of imminent jeopardy in the annual trust evaluation?
§1000.363
What if the trust evaluation reveals problems that do not rise to the level of imminent jeopardy?
§1000.364
Who is responsible for corrective action?
§1000.365
What are the requirements of the review team report?
§1000.366
Can the Department conduct more than one trust evaluation per Tribe per year?
§1000.367
Will the Department evaluate a Tribe's/Consortium's performance of non-trust related programs?
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Subpart P—REPORTS

§1000.380
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§1000.381
How is information about self-governance developed and reported?
§1000.382
What may the Tribe's/Consortium's annual report on self-governance address?
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Subpart Q—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

§1000.390
How can a Tribe/Consortium hire a Federal employee to help implement an AFA?
§1000.391
Can a Tribe/Consortium employee be detailed to a Federal service position?
§1000.392
How does the Freedom of Information Act apply?
§1000.393
How does the Privacy Act apply?
§1000.394
What audit requirements must a self-governance Tribe/Consortium follow?
§1000.395
Do OMB circulars and revisions apply to self-governance funding agreements?
§1000.396
Does a Tribe/Consortium have additional ongoing requirements to maintain minimum standards for Tribe/Consortium management systems?
§1000.397
Are there any restrictions on how AFA funds may be spent?
§1000.398
May a Tribe/Consortium invest funds received under a self-governance agreement?
§1000.399
How may interest or investment income that accrues on AFAs be used?
§1000.400
Can a Tribe/Consortium retain savings from programs?
§1000.401
Can a Tribe/Consortium carry over funds not spent during the term of the AFA?
§1000.402
After a non-BIA AFA has been executed and the funds transferred to a Tribe/Consortium, can a bureau request the return of funds?
§1000.403
How can a person or group appeal a decision or contest an action related to a program operated by a Tribe/Consortium under an AFA?
§1000.404
Must self-governance Tribes/Consortia comply with the Secretarial approval requirements of 25 U.S.C. 81; 82a; and 476 regarding professional and attorney contracts?
§1000.405
Are AFA funds non-Federal funds for the purpose of meeting matching requirements?
§1000.406
Does Indian preference apply to services, activities, programs, and functions performed under a self-governance AFA?
§1000.407
Do the wage and labor standards in the Davis-Bacon Act apply to Tribes and Tribal Consortia?

Supply Sources

§1000.408
Can a Tribe/Consortium use Federal supply sources in the performance of an AFA?

Prompt Payment Act

§1000.409
Does the Prompt Payment Act (31 U.S.C. 3901) apply to a non-BIA, non-Indian program AFA?
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Subpart R—APPEALS

§1000.420
What does “Title-I eligible programs” mean in this subpart?
§1000.421
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§1000.422
How must disputes be handled?
§1000.423
Are there any decisions that are not administratively appealable under this subpart?
§1000.424
Does a Tribe/Consortium have a right to an informal conference to resolve any disputes?
§1000.425
How does a Tribe/Consortium request an informal conference?
§1000.426
How is an informal conference held?
§1000.427
What happens after the informal conference?
§1000.428
How may a Tribe/Consortium appeal a decision made after the AFA or compact or amendment to an AFA or compact has been signed?
§1000.429
What statutes and regulations govern resolution of disputes concerning signed AFAs or compacts that are appealed to the CBCA?
§1000.430
Who handles appeals regarding reassumption for imminent jeopardy?
§1000.431
Does the Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA) apply to appeals under this subpart?
§1000.432
To whom may a Tribe appeal a decision made before the AFA or an amendment to the AFA or compact is signed?
§1000.433
When and how must a Tribe/Consortium appeal an adverse pre-award decision?
§1000.434
When must the bureau head (or appropriate Assistant Secretary) issue a final decision in the pre-award appeal?
§1000.435
When and how will the Assistant Secretary respond to an appeal by a Tribe/Consortium?
§1000.436
How may a Tribe/Consortium seek reconsideration of the Secretary's decision involving a self-governance compact?
§1000.437
When will the Secretary respond to a request for reconsideration of a decision involving a self-governance compact?
§1000.438
May Tribes/Consortia appeal Department decisions to a Federal court?
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Subpart S—CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

§1000.460
What is an organizational conflict of interest?
§1000.461
What must a Tribe/Consortium do if an organizational conflict of interest arises under an AFA?
§1000.462
When must a Tribe/Consortium regulate its employees or subcontractors to avoid a personal conflict of interest?
§1000.463
What types of personal conflicts of interest involving tribal officers, employees or subcontractors would have to be regulated by a Tribe/Consortium?
§1000.464
What personal conflicts of interest must the standards of conduct regulate?
§1000.465
May a Tribe/Consortium negotiate AFA provisions on conflicts of interest to take the place of this subpart?
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 1000—Model Compact of Self-Governance Between the Tribe and the Department of the Interior


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