As part of a continuing effort to measure the impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) in tribal communities, NCAI has recently released two new reports that highlight investments made through ARRA, the impact of those investments, and the continuing need that exists for tribal governments moving forward.

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Investing in Tribal Governments
Case Studies from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
This report highlights a series of nine cases studies that profile projects being funded throughout Indian Country under ARRA. Developed through a series of interviews with tribal leaders, program staff and community members, these case studies convey the impact and potential of a broad range of federal investments in tribal communities.


Investing in Tribal Governments
An Analysis of Impact and Remaining Need Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
This report provides an analysis of the nearly $3 billion of wide-ranging investments made through ARRA in tribal communities across the country. While ARRA provided tremendous new opportunities for tribes, it also highlighted the continuing federal investment that is required for tribal governments to meet the needs of their citizens.