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Chapter 5.5: Fiscal Resources

Apsáalooke Writing Tribal Histories Project

By Luella Brien

The Apsáalooke Nation Government is financed by Tribal Priority Allocation Funds for tribal administration granted by the federal government, interest income from a judgment fund, coal severance taxes, and numerous leases, rights-of-way and other encumbrances of tribal lands.

The trust assets of the Tribe are jointly managed with the Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs and must be managed in accordance with federal regulations. All funds derived from tribal trust assets are managed by the Department of Interior, Office of Trust Funds Management.

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