Government to Government Training

Mar 12, 2018 by

The Governor’s Office of Indian Affairs is sponsoring a one-day training session on the government to government relationship between Washington and the twenty-nine federally recognized tribes within the state.

The session covers legal issues, tribal sovereignty, and tribal government, as well as providing a tribal historical perspective. The goal is for attendees to walk away with a better understanding of tribes and the unique culture in each peoples. All events will run from 8:30-4:30. The cost is $110 per person.


  • March 2 at the USDA building in Olympia.
  • March 9 at DSHS/Vancouver Community Services Office.
  • March 27 at the DSHS/Aberdeen Community Services Office.
  • April 3 at the DSHS Tacoma Division of Child Support.
  • April 10 at the DSHS/Yakima Community Services Office.
  • May 1 at the DSHS/Mount Vernon Community Services Office.
  • May 8 at the Health Care Authority Cherry Street Plaza in Olympia.
  • June 5 at the DSHS/Seattle-Rainier Community Services Office.
  • June 12th at the Health Care Authority Cherry Street Plaza in Olympia.

For more information please visit the Governor’s Office of Indian Affairs’¬†website.

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