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BIA's Anderson announces two new regional directors


Bureau of Indian Affairs head Dave Anderson has named two new regional directors.

William F. Benjamin, a member of the Blackfeet Nation, has been named director of the Great Plains regional office in Aberdeen, South Dakota. A 27-year veteran of the BIA, he was most recently the deputy regional director of the Rocky Mountain region.

Clayton J. Gregory, a member of the Crow Tribe, was named director of the Pacific Region office in Sacramento, California. He comes to the region from Montana, where he worked on the Crow Reservation and recently served as acting deputy regional director of the Rocky Mountain region.

Anderson announced the appointments yesterday. They are part of an agency-wide reassignment of director-level employees who have been moved to different offices as a result of the BIA reorganization.

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Anderson Names William Benjamin as Regional Director (DOI 7/26)
Anderson Confirms Clayton Gregory as Regional Director (DOI 7/26)