Additional Actions Needed to Better Support Tribal Efforts

Shear, William B.
March 2014
GAO Reports;3/27/2014, pI
Government Documents
The article discusses the report given by the U.S. Government Accountability office (GAO) about the challenges faced by the Native American tribes who were receiving financial assistance from the Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) program. The problems include housing, relocation, water and sewer systems. GAO recommends agencies involved in the IHBG program to develop and implement coordinated review processes and to have a feedback mechanism for improvement.


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