By Emily Sarah Hersh

September 12, 2012

As Indian Country moves beyond grant funding to self-sustaining economic development, tribes must increasingly utilize a complex array of financing tools in a ‘tribal finance tool’ in order to achieve success. This paper describes the innovative application of one of those tribal finance tools—New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) that is beginning to show significant, positive results in Indian Country

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GCI Communications Corp has congratulated Lower Brule Community Development Enterprise (LBCDE) for its $9 million investment in the TERRA Project.  The TERRA project is a large, multi-phase project to bring high speed internet services to remote Alaskan Native Villages.

September 8, 2012

The Tribal Chief of the  Mississippi Choctaw Indians formally recognized NAC's client the Lower Brule Community Development Enterprise for its successful use of New Market Tax Credits (NMTC) to bring a successul manufacturing company to the Choctaw TechParc.  Through its work with the LBCDE, NAC facilitated using a $9 million NMTC allocation to bring KemPosits manufacturing company to the tribe.