Virtual 2020 Fall Conference
WHO WE ARE
NAFOA is committed to supporting tribal economies through sound economic and fiscal policy, innovative learning opportunities, convening thought leadership, and developing resources for tribes that strengthen governance and exercise sovereignty.About Us
SEPTEMBER 30, 2020
On September 28, 2020, the House Committee on Ways & Means sent a bipartisan letter to the U.S. Department of the Treasury Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund) Director Jodie Harris regarding the lack of Indian Country inclusion and parity in the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) program.
SEPTEMBER 29, 2020
On Monday, September 28, 2020 House Democrats introduced an updated version of the HEROES Act. The original Act was passed by the House in May and was intended to provide relief to individuals, businesses, and governments from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
NAFOA is here to provide resources and information as Indian Country continues to navigate the latest COVID-19 Developments. Learn more about the status of legislative efforts that advocate for Indian Country's relief inclusion and the progress of the Tribal COVID-19 working group comprised of national and regional native organizations across the country.RESOURCES
NAFOA hosts and partners with key groups to provide educational and informational events to a wide variety of audiences.
Sixth Periodic Meeting of the TTACabout 2 months
PolicyDecember 9, 2020
Tribal Financial Managers Certificate Program - Course 202012about 2 months
Professional DevelopmentDecember 15, 2020
ONLINE: OSU Introductory Tribal Finance and Accounting Program3 months
CertificateJanuary 11, 2021
39th Annual Conference6 months
Spring ConferenceApril 25, 2021
Financial Reporting and Information Guide for Tribal Governments and Enterprises
The Financial Reporting and Information Guide for Tribal Governments and Enterprises (Orange Book) addresses the complex economic activity and related entity differences of tribal settings. It also presents an overview of the financial reporting framework in a tribal setting. The Orange Book includes ten chapters covering the unique operating environment of tribal governments from financial reporting with business activities to fiduciary activities to federal tax and information reporting. The Orange Book was informally reviewed by accounting standard setters and includes sample tribal financial statements.Learn more