Office on Tribal Relations

Office on Tribal Relations

Annual Reports


Pursuant to A.R.S. 41-2051 (C) 5, on or before October 1 of each year, review the agency's tribal consultation policies and submit an electronic progress report with performance measures to the office. The office shall make the reports available to tribal leaders and legislators.

Pursuant to A.R.S. 41-2052 subsection C, the office shall prepare a report that summarizes each state agency's annual progress report submitted pursuant to section 41-2051, subsection C that details the progress and challenges that the state agencies have experienced in implementing tribal consultation policies and shall submit the report to the legislature during a joint session held on Indian nations and tribes legislative day.


Economic Development / Infrastructure

Administration, Department of

Commerce Authority

Insurance and Financial Institutions, Department of

Gaming, Department of

Housing, Department of

Lottery, Arizona State

Real Estate, Department of

Revenue, Department of

Tourism, Office of

Transportation, Department of


Natural Resources

Agriculture, Department of

Environmental Quality, Department of

Forestry, Arizona State 

Game and Fish, Department of

Land Department

Parks, Arizona State

Water Resources, Department of


Health and Human Resources


Child Safety, Department of

Economic Security, Department of

First Things First (early childhood)

Governor's Office of Youth Faith and Family

Health Services, Department of

Veteran Services, Department of


Public Safety

Corrections, Department of

Emergency and Military Affairs, Department of

Highway Safety, Governor's Office of 

Homeland Security

Industrial Commission of Arizona

Juvenile Corrections, Department of

Liquor Licenses and Control, Department of

Public Safety, Department of

Registrar of Contractors



Pursuant to A.R.S. 41-844 subsection D, If American Indian human remains, funerary objects, sacred ceremonial objects or objects of cultural patrimony are involved, the director, in addition to giving notice as required in subsection B of this section, shall give notice to the tribes that occupy or have occupied the land on which the discovery is made and to the governor's office on tribal relations and the intertribal council of Arizona.



Due to changes in statute, annual reports ended in FY15.

Annual Report 05
Annual Report 06
Annual Report 07
Annual Report 08
Annual Report 09
Annual Report 10
Annual Report 11
Annual Report 12
Annual Report 13
Annual Report 14
Annual Report 15

Contact Us 

Jason Chavez, Director
Governor's Office of Tribal Relations
1700 W. Washington St., Suite 235
Phoenix, Arizona 85007

Phone: 602.542.4426
Fax: 602.542.4428
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