Artman to appear on Native America Calling

Assistant secretary Carl Artman and his principal deputy Majel Russell will appear on Native America Calling tomorrow.

The two officials will discuss the Bureau of Indian Affairs' modernization initiative. In meetings through this month, the agency is talking to tribes about the way the agency will operate in the future.

The show airs at 1pm Eastern Standard Time and will be broadcast online. Visit for more information.

Relevant Documents:
Modernization Dialogue (September 2007)

Relevant Links:
Bureau of Indian Affairs -

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