2022-2026 FEMA National Tribal Strategy

Photo one: Woman in a FEMA vest next to a Native American man. Photo two: United States and tribal flags.

FEMA's 2022-2026 FEMA National Tribal Strategy outlines the agency's responsibilities to federally recognized Tribal Nations. It explores unified agency actions to build, enhance, and sustain FEMA's relationships with tribes.

This National Tribal Strategy represents a strategic roadmap to better support Tribal Nations. It incorporates tribal comments and recommendations of federally recognized Indian tribes (“Tribal Nations”) provided to FEMA in recent years and after review of this document by leaders and representatives of Tribal Nations and of organizations representing the interests of Tribal Nations.

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Tribal Nation Engagement
FEMA collaborated with Tribal governments in all ten of its U.S. regions to help build this National Tribal Strategy. Learn more.

Goals and Objectives

The National Tribal Strategy's three goals outline critical agency activities in support of Tribal Nations, and associated intended outcomes, consistent with the goals and objectives presented in the 2022-2026 FEMA Strategic Plan.

Photo one: Legs and feet of a Native American in tribal dress. Photo two: blue mountains and green trees.
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