NCAIED Brings Economic Opportunities in Indian Country

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The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED), a Native American-geared business organization in the US, works to expand economic opportunities across the nation.

NCAIED has worked to assist tribal communities tackle social challenges to support tribal economic development. These challenges include ending cycle of poverty, ensuring employment among tribes, and lifting the clouds of economic depression.

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Federal Programs Related to - Small & Minority Business Development Programs

Programs that provide technical assistance, venture capital, loans, loan guarantees or other forms of support: to encourage the establishment and growth of businesses that are owned and operated by individuals or groups who are representative of an ethnic minority, women or another minority population; and for individuals or groups who want to establish or expand the operation of a small business enterprise or venture. Also included are programs that protect the interests of small businesses and assure that they receive a fair share of government purchases, contracts, subcontracts and sales of government property.

Business Assistance Center Services; Business Incubator Programs; Disadvantaged Business Development; Entrepreneurial Training; Government Contract Procurement Assistance; Minority Business Loans; Minority Owned Business Development; Minority Vendor Certification; Small Business Counseling; SBA Loans; Small Business Administration Loans; Small Business Loans; Women Owned Business Development

Federal Programs Related to - American Indian/Native American Studies

Programs that focus on the history, sociology, politics, culture, and economics of one or more of the American Indian, Aleut, Inuit, Hawaiian and other native peoples of the Americas from earliest times until the present with particular emphasis on U. S. and Canadian populations and their problems, but including reference to Caribbean and Latin American native peoples. American Native Peoples; Aleut Studies; American Indian Studies; Apache Studies; Arapaho Studies; Arawak Studies; Aztec Studies; Blackfoot Studies; Carib Studies; Cherokee Studies; Cheyenne Studies; Chipewa Studies; Choctaw Studies; Cree Studies; Creek Indian Studies; Crow Indian Studies; Dakota Indian Studies; Hawaiian Studies; Hopi Studies; Huastec Studies; Incan Studies; Iroquois Studies; Inuit Studies; Kiowa Studies; Mayan Studies; Micmac Studies; Mixtec Studies; Mohawk Studies; Native American Studies ; Navajo Studies; Ojibwa Studies; Oneida Studies; Osage Studies; Otomi Studies; Popolacan Studies; Quechuan Studies; Quiche Studies; Senecan Studies; Shoshone Studies; Tupi Studies; Winnebago Studies; Zapotec Studies; Zuni Studies

Federal Programs Related to - Community Economic Development

Programs that provide technical assistance and funds to help communities retain and recycle income within the community by investing in the development of local institutions and businesses.

Business Growth; Business Loans; Economic Growth; Economic Transformation; Real Estate Organizations; Socioeconomic Development; Technology Transfer; Transfer of Technology; Urban Enterprise Zones

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