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GSA to host government-to-government consultation with Tribal leaders at Reservation Economic Summit

| Julie Ramey, GSA Tribal Liaison, Office of the Administrator
Post filed in: Equity

We are building on our commitment to continuously seek opportunities to improve services for Tribal Nations. 

On April 3, we will host a government-to-government consultation session, where Tribal leaders and business leaders in Indian country can openly share interests and concerns surrounding GSA’s overall support of Tribes. During the consultation — which will occur at the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development’s Reservation Economic Summit (RES) — we will specifically explore:

Additional material related to the consultation includes our March 2023 letter to Tribal Nations.

To make participation as easy as possible, this no-cost consultation does not require registration for RES 2023. However, we do ask that participants register for the consultation through our website, so that we can accurately capture Tribal representatives present at the consultation.

Register now:
GSA National Tribal Consultation Session
April 3, 2023
1 p.m. PDT
In-person at RES 2023

We wholeheartedly embrace the Biden-Harris Administration’s goal to support Indian country and Native communities. GSA is also working to implement the Presidential Memorandum on Tribal Consultation and Strengthening Nation-to-Nation Relationships.       

The public can submit comments on the consultation reference documents to Please use the subject line “GSA 2023 TRIBAL CONSULTATION COMMENTS SUBMISSION.” The comment period will be open from April 3 through May 2.

Visit the How GSA Helps Customers page, as well as the GSA Partnerships with Native American Tribes blog, to learn more about our work with Tribal Nations.