Yes, within 45 days of receiving the notice of disapproval, or a later date as the Secretary and the Tribe agree to in writing, the Tribe may re-submit a revised final proposed TERA, approved by the Tribal governing body and signed by the Tribe's authorized representative, to the Secretary that addresses the Secretary's concerns. The Secretary must approve or disapprove the revised final proposed TERA within 90 days of the Secretary's receipt of the revised final proposed TERA. If the Secretary does not approve or disapprove the revised proposed TERA within that time, it will take effect on the 91st day. Within 10 days of the Secretary's approval or disapproval of a revised final proposed TERA, the Secretary must notify the Tribal governing body in writing and take the following actions:
|If the Secretary's decision is . . .||Then the Secretary will . . .|
|(a) To approve the revised final proposed TERA||(1) Sign the TERA making it effective on the date of signature, and return the signed TERA to the Tribal governing body; and
(2) Maintain a copy of the TERA and any subsequent amendments or supplements to the TERA.
|(b) To disapprove the revised final proposed TERA||Send the Tribe a notice of disapproval that must include:
(1) The reasons for the disapproval; and
(2) A statement that the decision is a final agency action and is subject to judicial review.