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Tell Us What You Think about Trust

 

Make your voice heard!

Note: This survey is now closed. Thanks to everyone who participated. We will be announcing prize winners and sharing results from the survey soon.

Indian Land Tenure Foundation is conducting a series of weekly surveys to gather input from Indian Country at a critical time in our history. The recent conclusion of the Cobell litigation has affirmed that the federal government, as trustee of Indian lands and assets, must account for its management of our trust resources. As a consequence of the settlement, the federal government has established the Secretarial Commission on Indian Trust Administration and Reform (Trust Commission) to recommend improvements to the federal Indian trust management system.

Why should I participate?

We are hoping get input from as many voices from the Indian community as possible. We want to find out what you think about the trust management system today and how you think this system should function in the future.

Plus, everyone who completes all four surveys will be entered into a drawing to win one of many fabulous prizes, including:

  • First place: Laptop computer (three winners)
  • Second place: Flat screen TV (three winners)
  • Third place: Ipod Nano (three winners)

What if I'm not sure what the trust system is?

That's just fine. Part of what ILTF is trying to learn is how much people currently know about Indian-federal policies like the trust system. Just give it your best shot!

How will ILTF use the results?

We will use the survey results to improve our efforts to support the needs and interests of Indian people in respect to their lands and assets. We will also use the information to let the Trust Commission know what Indian people think about the trust system and what you want to see changed in the future.

 

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