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Center for Indian Country Development

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“Tribal Nations are determined to design their own futures. I’m excited that the Federal Reserve’s Center for Indian Country Development, based here at the Minneapolis Fed, supports these economic development efforts by using its research skills and by bringing experts and stakeholders together.”
—Neel Kashkari, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

The Center for Indian Country Development is:

  • A nationally recognized thought leader and clearinghouse for resources and initiatives concerning Native economic development
  • A respected contributor to research critical to Indian Country constituents
  • The Federal Reserve System’s principal point of contact and key supporter of the Fed in fulfilling its responsibility to Indian Country

In the News

Marketplace: Indigenous workers have been hit hard by COVID-19. But Friday’s jobs report won’t reflect that.
The Center for Indian Country Development's director Casey Lozar discusses Native employment’s data desert and how the Center is filling that gap.

Featured Resources

Reservation Profiles
Explore key demographic and economic indicators for American Indian reservations
Native American Financial Institution Maps
Use this interactive map to view Native American Financial Institutions