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Secretary’s Tribal Advisory Committee

The Secretary’s Tribal Advisory Committee signals a new level of attention to Government-to-Government relationship between HHS and Indian Tribal Governments.

The STAC’s primary purpose is to seek consensus, exchange views, share information, provide advice and/or recommendations; or facilitate any other interaction related to intergovernmental responsibilities or administration of HHS programs, including those that arise explicitly or implicitly under statute, regulation or Executive Order.  This purpose will be accomplished through forums, meetings and conversations between Federal officials and elected Tribal leaders in their official capacity (or their designated employees or national associations with authority to act on their behalf).

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Meeting of the Secretary’s Tribal Advisory Committee in May 2012.

Left to right: Andy Teuber, Alaska Alternate; Rex Lee Jim, Navajo Delegate; Chester Antone, Tucson Delegate; Roberta Bisbee, At Large Delegate; Gary Hayes, Albuquerque Delegate; Cheryl Kennedy, Portland Delegate; Secretary Sebelius; Ken Lucero, At Large Delegate; Jefferson Keel, At Large Delegate; Roger Trudell, Aberdeen Delegate; Jace Kills Back, Billings Delegate; Herman Honanie, Phoenix Delegate; and Stacy Dixon, California Delegate.

Left to right: Andy Teuber, Alaska Alternate; Rex Lee Jim, Navajo Delegate; Chester Antone, Tucson Delegate; Roberta Bisbee, At Large Delegate; Gary Hayes, Albuquerque Delegate; Cheryl Kennedy, Portland Delegate; Secretary Sebelius; Ken Lucero, At Large Delegate; Jefferson Keel, At Large Delegate; Roger Trudell, Aberdeen Delegate; Jace Kills Back, Billings Delegate; Herman Honanie, Phoenix Delegate; and Stacy Dixon, California Delegate.