United States Department of the Interior OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY POLICY, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) will conduct internal investigations related to special law Department consistent with the Department of the Interior Department Manual on Discipline and Adverse Action, 370 DM part 752.
Our Mission: Protecting America's Great Outdoors and Powering Our Future The U. S. Department of the Interior protects America's natural resources and heritage, honors our cultures and tribal communities, and supplies the energy to power our future.
In the OCIO we are committed to providing competitive pay and benefits to our employees. The following information provides a brief overview of the salary and benefits offered at U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is issuing policy guidance in the USCIS Policy Manual to address amendments to section 1059(e) of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2006 by Public Law.
The District III Offices oversee BIA and Tribal law enforcement departments encompassed within Arizona, Nevada, and Utah. The law enforcement agencies and partnerships created in District III provide law enforcement, investigations, dispatch services, and corrections services for a wide range of geographic areas from the high desert of Northern Find your BIA Region Select a Region Select a Region Alaska Region Bureau of Indian Affairs Southern Plains Eastern Oklahoma Region Eastern Region Great Plains Region Midwest Region Navajo Region Northwest Region Pacific Region Rocky Mountain Region Southwest Region Western Region The Foreign Affairs Manual (FAM) and associated Handbooks (FAHs) are a single, comprehensive, and authoritative source for the Department's organization structures, policies, and procedures that govern the operations of the State Department, the Foreign Service and, when applicable, other federal agencies.
The FAM (generally policy) and the FAHs (generally procedures) together convey codified Field Operations Directorate These programs integrate key national goals, priorities, and values.
Field Operations programs also provide a great deal of technical assistance to BIA direct service programs and Indian tribes relating to public safety; and stress accountability and a commitment to continuous improvements to meet the organizations