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Tribal affairs - Initiatives, Business/labor development
Goal is to ensure that tribes and tribal members receive all the employment, training, business, and economic opportunities for Indian-owned businesses afforded by law.
Efforts focus on training sessions for labor and tribal businesses on how to become successful in reducing unemployment rates, enhancing tribal economies, and performing and administering contracts and related contractor regulations.
Labor development initiative focuses on tribal and transportation agency staff, ensuring that all is done to cooperatively ensure that highway construction work on tribal lands complies with tribal codes to the extent applicable; promotes tribal employment through training-based initiatives and joint partnerships; and sustains, promotes, and expands Native American hiring.
Native American hiring provision
The purpose of this special provision is to outline the requirements and procedures necessary to promote and encourage Native American employment opportunities on WisDOT construction projects. The provision is currently being redrafted to be applied on all highway projects located on or partially on tribal lands.
Tribal Labor Advisory Committee
A committee established in December 2011 and charged with developing strategies to enhance Native American Labor opportunities on state and federal projects. Eight recommendations were created by the committee and adopted in April 2012. Those recommendations are currently under development for implementation.
Labor development initiatives work to ensure WisDOT and highway work on tribal lands comply with tribal codes to the extent applicable; promote tribal employment through training-based initiatives and joint partnerships; and sustain, promote, and expand Native American hiring.
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Last modified: August 15, 2013
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