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Tribal affairs - Initiatives
Established through the partnership agreement to serve as a policy advisory group regarding any transportation related matters that have the potential to impact tribal communities.
Created to strengthen tribal participation in WisDOT programming and projects with a focus on historic preservation and environmental issues.
Focuses on multi-modal transportation issues for Wisconsinís tribes with an emphasis on improving data collection and submission of this data to the state, analyzing the safety of reservation transportation systems, and bringing together key stakeholders to identify, plan and address transportation safety needs on tribal lands.
The goal of the American Indian Business Capacity Project (AIBCP) is to ensure that tribes and tribal members receive all the employment, training, business, and economic opportunities for Indian-owned businesses afforded by law.
A US Department of Transportation (USDOT)/FHWA educational initiative designed to introduce secondary school students to all modes of transportation careers and encourage them to pursue transportation-related courses of study at the college/university level.
The Secretary of WisDOT hosts an annual consultation meeting with tribes which provides an opportunity for tribal leaders and representatives to express concerns, highlight issues and make recommendation regarding statewide tribal affairs as it relates to transportation.
'Wisconsin's State agencies have a unique and effective system for communicating, collaborating, and consulting with the 11 Federally-recognized Tribes in the State. One of these agencies, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT), is noted for consulting with Tribes through a variety of means, including regular consultation meetings, Tribal liaisons, the Tribal Historic Preservation Project, and the WisDOT Tribal Task Force. These efforts have helped to strengthen the agency's relationships with Indian Tribal Governments.'
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Last modified: Feb. 17, 2014
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