Governor's Office of Indian Affairs

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Jason Smith

Jason Smith

State Director of Indian Affairs

Welcome to the Montana Governor's Office of Indian Affairs. Our office facilitates effective communications between the State of Montana and the Tribal Nations of Montana. We are committed to working on a government to government basis with the governing bodies of each tribal government.

As the State Director of Indian Affairs and a member of the Governor's Cabinet, my office work's diligently to seek consensus between the State and the Tribes on shared goals and principles, while serving state government, the state legislature, and the Montana congressional delegation as an advisor and intermediary in the field of Indian Affairs.

Many resources are available to you on this website and you will find many useful links that will allow you to find out information such as who the current tribal leadership is for each Nation, how to contact an enrollment office or a tribal college, and more.

If we can be assistance to you in navigating state government, contacting the Governor or other state officials, or answer questions related to working with Tribal Nations and Indian people, please contact us with questions or comments.

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BLACKFEET RESERVATION
Home of the Blackfeet Nation headquartered in Browning, Montana.

CROW RESERVATION
Home of the Crow Nation headquartered in Crow Agency, Montana.

FLATHEAD RESERVATION
Home of the Confederated Salish, Pend d'Oreille & Kootenai Tribes headquartered in Pablo, Montana.

FORT BELKNAP RESERVATION
Home of the Gros Ventre & Assiniboine Tribes headquartered in Fort Belknap Agency, Montana.

FORT PECK RESERVATION
Home of the Assiniboine & Sioux Tribes headquartered in Poplar, Montana.

LITTLE SHELL CHIPPEWA TRIBE
State recognized, headquartered in Great Falls, Montana.

NORTHERN CHEYENNE RESERVATION
Home of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe headquartered in Lame Deer, Montana.

ROCKY BOY'S RESERVATION
Home of the Chippewa & Cree Tribes headquartered in Rocky Boy Agency, Montana.

Tribal Nations of Montana


2014 Tribal Relations Report
"Partners In Building A Stronger Montana"

2013 Tribal Relations Report


2014 Tribal Relations Training

2014 Tribal Relations Training Save the Date flyer

 

 

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Governor's Office of Indian Affairs

State Capitol Building
2nd Floor, Room 202
PO Box 200801
Helena, Montana 59620
Phone: (406) 444-3702
Fax: (406) 444-1350
website: tribalnations.mt.gov
email:oia@mt.gov
 

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