Join us next Thursday and get up-to-date on the latest funding opportunites for your Native American programs

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**UPCOMING AUDIOCONFERENCE -- Thursday, October 17th @ 2:00pm ET**

Winning Funding for Native American Programs in Uncertain Times

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Once again Congress can't agree on a new budget, leaving social services providers with great uncertainty about spending in 2014. While programs will be funded, the question of which ones and at what levels remains uncertain, especially for Native American programs. What's the likely impact on funding your agency counts on? What will you need to know to ensure your critical programs continue to get funded?

Join federal grant expert (and editor of Native American Report) Dave Kittross for this exclusive audioconference focusing on what this year's Congressional budget impasse will mean to programs serving Native Americans. With decades of experience writing and researching grants, Dave will provide an objective analysis of what's happening, zero in on what's likely to happen to funding for your programs, and provide insights on what would-be grantees must know to succeed.

We'll examine the best opportunities for federal funding in FY 2014, and deliver a trove of information on how to win financial support from foundations and other non-governmental sources. Plus, we'll provide an in-depth look at the latest developments on Capitol Hill, share details about how congressional actions affect key provisions of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act, and provide a realistic, up-to-date forecast -- based on information gleaned from well-placed government sources -- on what to expect in terms of funding for tribal projects.

Here are just some of the other key points you'll learn about:

 * Plans by the Administration for Native Americans to offer grants promoting economic development,
   regulatory expertise, Native languages and culture;
 * What to expect from the Bureau of Indian Affairs regarding tribal governance issues;
 * What BIA funding will be available for health, safety, and community development programs;
 * What the future holds for the Indian Health Service and healthcare-related funding;
 * How to take advantage of the full range of funding sources, including the Departments of Education,
   Justice, Energy, and Health & Human Services, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National
   Science Foundation, HUD, EPA…just to name a few


Sign up to join us on 10/17 or pre-order a CD recording and let your entire office benefit from this insightful audioconference. Not only will you be able to email us in advance with topics you want covered, but there will be a live Q&A session following the presentation so you can get answers to your questions. All attendees will also have the ability to submit questions after the event, receive a detailed outline and invaluable website resource list, along with a post-conference summary so you don't miss any details.

But don't wait to order – Live attendance is limited to ensure all attendee questions can be answered!

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Audio Conference: Winning Funding for Native American Programs in Uncertain Times 
Join us 10/17/13 2-3:15 p.m. EST, when CD Publications presents a special, exclusive audio conference focusing on what this year's Congressional budget impasse will mean to programs serving Native Americans. 

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