We provide technical assistance to the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation, it's affilates, it's Enterpise and the local community. Our staff is rich with varied experience from network engiering to computer support.
The Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation is a confederation of three Indian tribes organized pursuant to the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934. The Tribe has both a Constitution and Bylaws approved pursuant to Section 16 of the Act (25 USC 476) and a federal corporate charter issued pursuant to Section 17 of the Act (25 USC 477). In both capacities it is governed by an 11 member tribal council. The Tribe has approximately 4500 members. Its lands include 640,000 acres within the reservation boundaries, and some thousands more acreage off reservation within its original lands ceded to the US Government in 1855. It has a variety of enterprises including a lumber mill, vacation resort, casino, composite materials manufacturing plant, museum, construction enterprise, credit enterprise, and hydroelectric power generation enterprise. Some of these are formed under the federal corporate charter and others are formed pursuant to provisions of the constitution.
Under IRS regulations C7871(A)(1), Federally Recognized Tribes such as Warm Springs have equal status as State Governments. State Governments are Non-Profit entities equivalent to 501(c)(3) entities.
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