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American Indian Report

Public Law 115-93 requires the Secretary of Labor, in consultation with the Secretary of the Interior, American Indian tribes, and the Director of the Census Bureau, to issue a biennial report on the population eligible for the services which the Secretary of the Interior provides to Indian people. The report is intended to include information by state and Bureau of Indian Affairs service area, as well as information at the tribal level, for the total service population; the service population under age 16 and over age 64; the population available for work, including those not considered to be actively seeking work; the employed population, including those employed with annual earnings below the poverty line; and the numbers employed in private sector positions and public sector positions. In February 2022, responsibility for preparing the report was transferred from the Employment and Training Administration to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.