Tribal Services by Native Nations Alliance

TO ADVANCE AND INVEST IN THE LONG-TERM, SUSTAINABILITY OF TRIBAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

BEST PRACTICES – The execution of TERO, which stands for Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance or Office. The primary purpose of the TERO program is to enforce tribal law in order is to insure that Indian/Alaska people gain their rightful share to employment, training, contracting, subcontracting, and all other economic opportunities on or near the reservations or native villages.

Culture/Traditions
• Focus on Building Tribal Economic Development
• Ensuring the Protection & Enhancement of the Reservation Land
• Natural Resource Management
• Annual Heritage and or Pow Wow Ceremony
• Acknowledge and Respect Tribal Spiritual Beliefs
• Groundbreaking Ceremony
• Tribal Employment Rights

Mentoring
• Positions (Native American preference)
• Technical Training
• Career Development

Subcontractors
• Applying TERO Guidelines for selection
• Applying TERO Guidelines in hiring practices
• Close communication with the TERO office

Value to Tribal Economic Development
• Increase Visibility for Tribal Entities as Major Economic Players in the Region
• Execution of Investment Strategy to Diversify their Economies
• To Ensure Economic Sustainability to Benefit Tribal Members for Future Generations
• Local Human Capital Development and Employment
• Opportunity on Return on Investment
• Increasing Opportunity Benefits
 

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