Alaska Region Overview
The Alaska Region encompasses a dynamic and diverse mix of Tribes, Tribal organizations and natural features. With the exception of the Annette Island Reserve, which falls under the Northwest Region, the entire state of Alaska falls under the jurisdiction of the Alaska Region. The nearly 80,000 Tribal members that make up the 229 Tribes under the Alaska Region jurisdiction stretch from Ketchikan in the Southeast Panhandle to Barrow on the Arctic Ocean and from Eagle on the Yukon Territory border to Atka in the Aleutian Chain.
Excess Government Property Avialable for Distrubution to Alaskan Tribal Entities:
The Bureau of Indian Affairs, Alaska Region, has excess office equipment, office furniture, computer hardware accessories, etc. available for distribution to federally-recognized tribal organizations in Alaska. The equipment will be given away on a first-come-first-serve basis, and representatives will need to personally collect the available equipment at the BIA's warehouse in Anchorage. The BIA will not pay any shipping costs for equipment going to the tribal organizations. The deadline for collecting this excess property is August 30, 2013.
Keep in mind that the item(s) you are interested may be taken or being picked up by a Tribe and therefore the item will not be available. To be fair, we are compiling messages in chronological order by date received. Thank you for your persistence in checking on the status of the property you are interested in your patience with us in returning your call/email.
Click here for inventory: BIA_Government_Excess_Property
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