TRIBAL CONSULTATION 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.
FY20 ANNUAL REPORTS
Economic Development and Infrastructure
Administration, Department of (not received)
Residential Utility Consumer Office (not received)
Forestry, Arizona State (not received)
Health and Human Resources
DUTY TO REPORT DISCOVERIES – ANNUAL REPORT BY STATE MUSEUM
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.
FY20 Arizona State Museum Report
2005-2015 REPORT ARCHIVE
Due to changes in statute, annual reports ended in FY15.