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U.S. Department of Energy

Category Program Name and Description Funding Level Administering Agency or Office Funding mechanism Timeline Labor and Equity standards (in text or agency policy) Eligible Entities
Transportation National EV Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program – Designates Alternative Fuel Corridors along the Interstate Highway System and funds the installation of public EV charging infrastructure to facilitate travel and commerce. $5 Billion DOE and DOT – Joint Office of Energy and Transportation New Program: Formula Grant FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon, Buy America State DOTs, MPOs, et al.
Corridor and Community Charging Grant Programs – Fund the installation of public EV charging infrastructure along the Interstate Highway System and within communities to facilitate travel and commerce. $2.5 Billion DOE and DOT – Joint Office of Energy and Transportation New Program: Competitive Grants FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon, Buy America State DOTs, MPOs, et al.
Energy Infrastructure Transmission Facilitation Program – Incentives for new high-capacity lines and upgrading existing lines for interconnections. $2.5 Billion DOE – Office of Electricity New – Loans, Direct Financing FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon, Buy America Utilities, developers, co-ops
Deployment of Technologies to Enhance Grid Flexibility – Funding and expansion of eligible activities under the Smart Grid Investment Matching Grant Program. $3 Billion DOE – Office of Electricity New – Competitive Grants FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon, Buy America Utilities, developers, co-ops
Energy Storage Demonstration Projects; Pilot Grant Program – grant funding for demonstration and pilot projects for energy storage, advanced reactors, carbon capture technologies, and direct air capture technologies. $355 Million DOE – Office of Clean Energy Demonstration New – Competitive Grants, Cooperative Agreements FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon, Buy America National Labs, academia, state, tribal, local, utilities, developers, co-op
Manufacturing and Industrial Transformation Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs – Funding to create four regional clean hydrogen hubs, localized networks of “clean hydrogen” producers and end-users as well as facilities to transport and store hydrogen. $8 Billion DOE – Office of Clean Energy Demonstration New – Project Grants FY 22-26 Davis Bacon ”Clean hydrogen” producers and end-users with connective infrastructure located in close proximity
Industrial Emissions Demonstration Projects – Funding for demonstration of industrial emissions reduction technologies that increase U.S. industrial competitiveness, increase viability of industrial technology exports, and achieve emissions reductions in nonpower industrial sectors (steel, cement, glass, etc), as authorized by the Energy Act of 2020. $500 Million DOE – Office of Clean Energy Demonstration Existing – Cooperative Agreements FY 22-25 Davis Bacon A scientist or other individual with knowledge and expertise in emissions reduction; an institution of higher education; a nongovernmental organization; a National Laboratory; a private entity; and a partnership or consortium of two or more entities described.
Carbon Capture Demonstration Projects Program – Demonstration of novel or early-stage carbon capture technologies that will significantly improve efficiency, effectiveness, costs, emissions reductions, and environmental performance of manufacturing and industrial facilities, among others. $2.537 Billion DOE – Office of Clean Energy Demonstration Existing – Cooperative Agreements FY 22-25 Davis Bacon Industry stakeholders, including any industry stakeholder operating in partnership with the National Laboratories, institutions of higher education, multi institutional collaborations, and other appropriate entities.
Industrial Research and Assessment Centers – Technical assistance and implementation grants for industrial energy efficiency and emissions reduction at SMEs. $550 Million DOE – Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Existing – Project Grants, 50% federal cost share FY 22-26 Davis Bacon, apprenticeship utilization A small- or medium-sized manufacturer that has had an energy assessment completed by an industrial research and assessment center, a Department of Energy Combined Heat and Power Technical Assistance Partnership jointly with an industrial research and assessment center; or an equivalent a third-party assessor.
Regional Direct Air Capture Hubs – Funding to create four direct air capture (facility, technology, or system that uses carbon capture equipment to capture CO2 directly from the air) hubs – networks of DAC facilities, CO2 storage facilities, and CO2 users. $3.5 Billion DOE – Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management Existing – Project Grants, Cooperative Agreements, Aontracts FY 22-26 Davis Bacon Direct air capture project or a component project of a regional direct air capture hub that meets criteria set by DOE and approved by the Energy Secretary.
Direct air capture technologies prize competitions – Funding for DOE research and development DAC prize competitions. $115M DOE – Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management Existing – prize/competitive grants FY 22 – expended Davis Bacon Precommercial air capture projects that meet certain criteria and minimum performance standards.
Battery Processing and Manufacturing – Funds two grant programs to establish a robust domestic supply chain for batteries: one to fund the demonstration, construction, and retooling of battery material processing techniques and facilities, and one targeting battery manufacturing and recycling. $6 Billion DOE – Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Office of Fossil Energy New Program: Competitive Grants FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon, Additional consideration for projects in LMI or deindustrialized communities. Institutions of higher education, National Labs, nonprofit and for-profit private entities, state and local governments.
Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing Loan Program – Expands the eligibility of the ATVM loan program to incentivize the onshoring and reshoring of supply chains for a broader range of vehicles and technologies, including medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, maritime vessels, rail, and hyperloop. Expanded Eligibility (No Additional Funding) DOE – Loan Programs Office Existing Program: Loans FY22-FY28 Davis Bacon OEMs, advanced technology manufacturers, component suppliers
Buildings Assisting Federal Facilities with Energy Conservation Technologies (AFFECT) Grants – Provides grants for the development of energy and water efficiency projects and processes at U.S. federal government-owned facilities. $250 Million DOE – Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy and Federal Energy Management Program Existing – Competitive Grants FY22 – expended Davis Bacon; PLA for construction projects over $35 million; Buy America Federal facilities
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Improvements at Public School Facilities – Energy efficiency, renewable energy, and alternative fueled vehicle upgrades and improvements at public schools. $500 million DOE – Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy New – Competitive Grants FY22 – FY26 Davis Bacon; Priority to local businesses common to state or geographic area; Buy America Public K-12 schools
Building Codes Implementation for Efficiency and Resilience – Update building energy codes to improve energy efficiency, resilience, and health. $225 Million DOE – Building Technologies Office New – Competitive Grants FY22-26 Davis Bacon; Buy America State agencies such as state energy office, tribal energy office, state building code agency and partnerships with one or more local building code agency; codes and standards developers; associations of builders and design and construction professionals; local and utility energy efficiency programs; consumer, energy efficiency and environmental advocates.
Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund – Expected benefits for building infrastructure and energy system upgrades and retrofits within communities. $250 Million DOE – State Energy Program New – Revolving Loan Fund FY22 – expended Davis Bacon; Buy America States
State Energy Program – Funds are used broadly to implement state energy plans which can include MUSH and commercial retrofits and weatherization. $500 Million DOE – State Energy Program Existing – Formula Grants FY22 – FY26 Davis Bacon, Buy America; No matching requirements State energy office, tribal energy office
Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grants (EECBG) – Implement and manage energy efficiency and conservation projects and programs; in the transportation, building, and other sectors. $550 Million DOE – Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Existing – Block Grant FY22 – expended Davis Bacon; Buy America State, eligible unit of local government, tribe
Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) – Reduces energy costs for low-income households by increasing the energy efficiency of their homes. $3.5 Billion DOE – Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Existing – formula grant FY22 – expended Davis Bacon ; (limited to multifamily buildings with more than five units); Buy America States, U.S. territories, tribal governments
Fairness to Workers and Communities Advanced Energy Manufacturing and Recycling Grants – Grants for establishing or retooling a factory to produce a wide range of clean technologies (including renewable energy and EV components) or to reduce emissions manufacturing facilities in “energy communities”; also see Table 8. $750 Million DOE – Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy New – project grants, technical assistance FY 22-26 Davis Bacon; Priority for job creation in low-income and dislocated worker communities and minority-owned facilities. Manufacturing firms with annual sales of less than $100 million, fewer than 500 employees, and with annual energy bills of $100,000-$2.5 million. Priority to minority-owned businesses.
Solar energy technologies on current and former mine land – Requires the DOE to create a report of the viability of siting solar energy on current and former mine land, including necessary interconnection, transmission siting, and the impact on local job creation. n/a DOE n/a n/a n/a n/a
Clean energy demonstration program on current and former mine land – Establish a program to demonstrate the technical and economic viability of carrying out clean energy projects on current and former mine land. $500 Million DOE – Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations New – Cooperative Agreements FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon; Priority for job creation in low-income and dislocated worker communities. To be eligible to be selected for participation in the program, a clean energy project shall demonstrate, as determined by the Secretary, a technology on a current or former mine land site with a reasonable expectation of commercial viability.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Category Program Name and Description Funding Level Administering Agency or Office Funding mechanism Timeline Labor and Equity standards (in text or agency policy) Eligible Entities
Transportation Clean School Bus Program – To support the deployment of electric and alternative fuel powered school buses; Also see Table 6. Up to $5 Billion EPA – State and Tribal Assistance Grants New Program: Competitive Grants FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon, Priority for high-need school districts and rural and low income areas. School districts, non-profit transportation associations, tribes, contractors
Water CWSRF – Provides additional funding to the CWSRF that provides loans and grants to fund water infrastructure improvements. $11.713 billion EPA – Office of Water Existing – State Revolving Fund

49% grants/forgivable loans, reduced state match

FY22-26/until expended Davis Bacon, Buy America States/tribes award grants/loans to utilities/municipalities/qualified nonprofit
DWSRF – Provides additional funding to the DWSRF that provides loans and grants to fund water infrastructure improvements. $11.713 billion EPA – Office of Water Existing – State Revolving Fund

49% grants/forgivable loans, reduced state match

FY22-26/until expended Davis Bacon, Buy America States/tribes award grants/loans to utilities/municipalities/qualified nonprofit
DWSRF/Lead Service Line Replacement – For lead service line replacement projects and associated activities directly connected to the identification, planning, design, and replacement of lead service lines. $15 billion EPA – Office of Water Existing – State Revolving Fund FY22-26/until expended Davis Bacon, Buy America;
49% grants/forgivable loans, 0% state match
States/tribes award grants/loans to utilities/municipalities/qualified nonprofit
Reducing Lead in Drinking Water Grant Program/Lead Service Line Replacement – For lead remediation projects, including lead service line replacement funding. $500 million EPA – Office of Water Existing – Project Grant FY22-26 Davis Bacon;

Reduces cost-share from 45% to 10% and allows grants to underserved communities to respond to imminent and substantial contamination.

Community water systems; Water systems located in an area governed by an Indian Tribe; Non-transient non-community water systems, for example, schools and hospitals that have their own water systems; Qualified nonprofit organizations servicing a public water system; Municipalities; State, interstate, or inter municipal agencies, such as a department of environmental protection, an interstate environmental commission, or a joint municipal pollution control board.
Voluntary School and Child Care Program Lead Testing Grant Program – Expands the existing Voluntary School and Child Care Program Lead Testing Grant Program to include activities such as compliance monitoring and lead remediation. $200 million EPA – Office of Water Existing – Formula Grant FY22-26 Davis Bacon

Expands eligibility to water systems, nonprofits, and tribal consortia.

States, tribes, public water systems, nonprofits for child care programs, public educational agencies
Rural and Low Income Water Assistance Pilot Program – Provides assistance for low-income water customers to reduce unpaid/overdue bills and water rates for those customers. Authorization of a 40 city pilot program at EPA EPA – Office of Water New – Formula Grant Prioritizes eligible entities that serve a disproportionate percentage of qualifying households with need, small, rural, disadvantaged communities. Municipality, tribe or other entity.
DWSRF/PFAS in Drinking Water – Provides funding for states and water utilities (drinking water and wastewater) to be used in the treatment of PFAS) or any pollutant identified by the EPA Administrator as a contaminant of emerging concern. $4 billion EPA – Office of Water Existing – State Revolving Fund

100% grants/forgivable loans, 0% state match

FY22-26/until expended Davis Bacon, Buy America States/tribes award grants/loans to utilities/municipalities/qualified nonprofit
CWSRF/Emerging Contaminants in Wastewater – Provides funding for states and water utilities (drinking water and wastewater) to be used in the treatment of PFAS or any pollutant identified by the EPA Administrator as a contaminant of emerging concern. $1 billion EPA – Office of Water Existing – State Revolving Fund

100% grants/forgivable loans, 0% state match

FY22-26 Davis Bacon, Buy America States/tribes award grants/loans to utilities/municipalities/qualified nonprofit
Small and Disadvantaged Communities Grant Program/Emerging Contaminants in Small and Disadvantaged Communities – Provides grants to underserved, small and disadvantaged communities that are unable to finance activities needed to comply with the Safe Drinking Water Act or respond to emerging contaminants. $5 billion EPA – Office of Water Existing – Formula Grant

100% grants/forgivable loans, 0% cost share

FY22-26 Davis Bacon States, tribes, territories awarded grants for small and disadvantaged communities (as defined in the Safe Drinking Water Act).
Innovative Water Infrastructure Workforce Development Program – Reauthorizes and expands grants to support recruitment and promotion of diversity within the water sector, training for the water sector, and
activities to improve water sector employee retention.
$25 billion EPA – Office of Water Existing – Competitive Grant FY22-26 N/A Nonprofits, labor organizations, community colleges, institutions of higher education, or other nonprofit training and educational institutions, public works departments and agencies.
Fairness for Workers and Communities Superfund – Provide additional funding for all costs associated with Superfund: Remedial activities. $3.5 Billion EPA – Office of Land and Emergency Management (OLEM) and Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation (OSRTI) Existing – formula grants Until expended not subject to cost share; Davis Bacon States and Indian Tribes
Brownfields – Provides additional funding for Brownfields competitive grants while raising grant caps for half of the competitive grant funding. $1.5 Billion EPA – Office of Land and Emergency Management (OLEM) and Office of Brownfields and Land Revitalization (OBLR) Existing – competitive grants and categorical grants FY2022-FY2026 not subject to cost share; Davis Bacon States and Indian Tribes

U.S. Department of Transportation

Category Program Name and Description Funding Level Administering Agency or Office Funding mechanism Timeline Labor and Equity standards (in text or agency policy) Eligible Entities
Transportation Surface Transportation Reauthorization for Transit Funding – Comprehensive reauthorization of transit programs for next five-year window. Increased investment for transit (both operating/capital costs). $39 Billion DOT – Federal Transit Administration Existing, reauthorized programs: Formula and Block Grant Programs; Additional Formula and Discretionary Grants; Discretionary Grants. FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon, Buy America State DOTs, MPOs, et al.
Rail Funding – Funding for new and upgraded rail service, including for Amtrak and other funding for safety and freight upgrades. Some funding can potentially be used in coordination with regional rail. $66 Billion DOT – Federal Railroad Administration Existing and New Programs; Grants FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon, Buy America Amtrak, state agencies, MPOs, et al.
Reconnecting Communities Pilot Program – Establishes two grant programs dedicated to developing and implementing plans to reconnect communities through the removal, replacement, or relocation of transportation infrastructure such as highways and railroads. $1 Billion DOT – Federal Highway Administration New Program: Grants FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon, Buy America State DOTs, MPOs, et al.
National EV Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program – Designates Alternative Fuel Corridors along the Interstate Highway System and funds the installation of public EV charging infrastructure to facilitate travel and commerce. $5 Billion DOE and DOT – Joint Office of Energy and Transportation New Program: Formula Grant FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon, Buy America State DOTs, MPOs, et al.
Corridor and Community Charging Grant Programs – Fund the installation of public EV charging infrastructure along the Interstate Highway System and within communities to facilitate travel and commerce. $2.5 Billion DOE and DOT – Joint Office of Energy and Transportation New Program: Competitive Grants FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon, Buy America State DOTs, MPOs, et al.
Low or No Emission Bus Grant Program – Part of BIL Surface Transportation Reauthorization; Funds state and local government authorities to purchase or lease low or no emission buses and infrastructure; Part of BIL reauthorization for bus funding; Raises minimum eligibility for zero emissions buses and bus facilities to 25% threshold. $5.6 Billion DOT – Federal Transit Administration Existing Program: Competitive Grants FY22-FY26 Davis Bacon, Buy America, Incumbent Workforce Development Training State DOTs, MPOs, et al.
Community Resilience and Ecosystem Restoration State Human Capital Plans – Encourages each State to develop a voluntary plan, to be known as a ‘human capital plan’, that provides for the immediate and long-term personnel and workforce needs of the State with respect to the capacity of the State to deliver transportation and public infrastructure eligible under this title. n/a Department of Transportation New – Other If a State develops a human capital plan, the plan shall address a 5-year forecast period. n/a States
Methane and Natural Gas Distribution Natural Gas Distribution Infrastructure Safety and Modernization Grant Program – to make competitive grants for the modernization of natural gas distribution pipelines. $1 Billion DOT – Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration New – Competitive Grants FY22-FY26 Priority for potential for benefiting disadvantaged rural and urban communities. Municipality or community owned utility (not including for-profit entities)

U.S. Department of the Interior

Category Program Name and Description Funding Level Administering Agency or Office Funding mechanism Timeline Labor and Equity standards (in text or agency policy) Eligible Entities
Fairness for Workers and Communities Abandoned Mine Land program – Provides additional funding for annual grants to states and Indian Tribes for abandoned mine land and water reclamation projects. $11.293 Billion DOI – Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement Existing – Formula Grants FY22; until expended Bid aggregation; priority for employment for current and former employees of the coal industry; Davis Bacon Certified/uncertified states and Indian Tribes.
Abandoned Mine Land fee – Reauthorizes the Abandoned Mine land fee, reduces fee rates for AML Fund to 22.4 cents per ton of coal produced by surface coal mining, 9.6 cents per ton of coal produced by underground mining, and 6.4 cents per ton for lignite coal. n/a DOI – Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement Existing 2034 n/a n/a
Abandoned hardrock mine reclamation – Establishes a new program within DOI to inventory, assess, decommission, reclaim, respond to hazardous substance releases on, and remediate abandoned hardrock mine land. $3 Billion (authorized but not appropriated DOI – Bureau of Land Management New – Formula Grants Until expended Davis Bacon States and Indian Tribes that have jurisdiction over abandoned hardrock mine land to reclaim that land.
Orphaned wells – Establishes a program to plug, remediate, and reclaim orphaned wells located on Federal land. Provides initial grants, formula grants and performance grants to states/Indian tribes to remediate/plug wells or measure emissions. $4.7 Billion DOI – Bureau of Land Management New – Formula and Performance Grants FY2030 Davis Bacon States; Indian Tribes

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Category Program Name and Description Funding Level Administering Agency or Office Funding mechanism Timeline Labor and Equity standards (in text or agency policy) Eligible Entities
Community Resilience and Ecosystem Restoration FEMA Building Resilience in Communities (BRIC) – Grants to states, local, tribal, and territorial governments for pre-disaster hazard mitigation. $1 Billion Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency Existing – Competitive Grant FY22-FY26 Buy American States, local, tribal, and territorial governments
Flood Mitigation Assistance -To provide flood mitigation assistance for mitigation activities for properties located within a census tract with a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Social Vulnerability Index score above 0.5001; or that serve as a primary residence for individuals with a household income of less than 100% of the applicable area median income. $3.5 Billion Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency Existing – Competitive Grant FY22-FY26 Secretary may provide 90% of all costs based on socioeconomic vulnerability index/household median income; Buy American. States and communities
Resilience Revolving Loan Fund (STORM Act) – Grants to entities for establishment of hazard mitigation revolving loan funds. Eligible projects include drought and prolonged episodes of intense heat; severe storms, including hurricanes, tornados, windstorms, cyclones and severe winter storms; wildfires; earthquakes; flooding; shoreline erosion; high water levels; storm surges; zoning and land use planning; establishing and carrying out building code enforcement. $500 Million Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency New – Revolving Loan Fund FY22-FY26 n/a State; or Indian tribal government that has received a major disaster declaration during the 5-year period ending on January 1, 2021.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Category Program Name and Description Funding Level Administering Agency or Office Funding mechanism Timeline Labor and Equity standards (in text or agency policy) Eligible Entities
Community Resilience and Ecosystem Restoration NOAA National Coastal Resilience Fund — Coastal and inland flood and inundation mapping and forecasting. $492 Million Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Existing – Contracts, Formula Grants, and Cooperative Agreements and Technical Assistance. FY22-FY26 Secretary may waive or reduce the required non-Federal share Coastal states, Governments, nonprofit organizations, local governments, and institutions of higher education
NOAA Community Based Restoration – Contracts, grants, and cooperative agreements to provide funding and technical assistance for purposes of restoring marine, estuarine, coastal, or Great Lakes ecosystem habitats, or constructing or protecting ecological features that protect coastal communities from flooding or coastal storms. $491 Million Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Existing – Competitive Grant FY22-FY26 Secretary may waive or reduce the required non-Federal share Coastal states, Governments, nonprofit organizations, local governments, and institutions of higher education

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Category Program Name and Description Funding Level Administering Agency or Office Funding mechanism Timeline Labor and Equity standards (in text or agency policy) Eligible Entities
Buildings Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) – Assistance in managing costs associated with home energy bills, energy crises, weatherization and energy-related minor home repairs. $500 Million HHS – Office of Community Services Existing – Formula Grants FY22 – FY26 Davis Bacon; Buy America States, U.S. territories and tribal governments

Appalachian Regional Commission

Category Program Name and Description Funding Level Administering Agency or Office Funding mechanism Timeline Labor and Equity standards (in text or agency policy) Eligible Entities
Fairness for Workers and Communities Appalachian Regional Commission – Reauthorizes the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) at $200,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2022 through 2026. This funding includes a set aside of $5 million a year to create Regional Energy Hubs, and $20 billion a year to deploy high-speed broadband in the Appalachian region. $1 Billion Appalachian Regional Commission Existing – Project Grants FY2022-FY2026 Davis Bacon State and local agencies and governmental entities, local governing boards, nonprofit organizations, Indian tribes, and higher education institutions

U.S. Department of Commerce,  U.S. Department of Agriculture, Others

Category Program Name and Description Funding Level Administering Agency or Office Funding mechanism Timeline Labor and Equity standards (in text or agency policy) Eligible Entities
Fairness for Workers and Communities Broadband deployment – Grants for purposes of broadband deployment. Multiple programs: (1) the Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment Program ($42.45 billion), (2) the Affordable Connectivity Program ($14.2 billion); (3) Digital Equity Planning, Capacity and Competitive Grants ($2.75 billion); (4) the Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program ($2 billion), (5) Rural Broadband Programs at the Department of Agriculture ($2 billion); (6) the Middle Mile Broadband Infrastructure Program ($1 billion); and (7) Private Activity Bonds ( ~$600 million). $65 Billion across multiple programs/agencies Department of Commerce – National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and USDA Rural Utilities Service; Others New and Existing – Formula Grants and Private Activity Bonds

USDA ReConnect: Project Grants and Direct Loans

Until expended Buy America; prioritizes unserved and underserved service projects; 25% match required States; Corporations, Limited Liability Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships, Cooperatives or mutual organizations. States or local governments, including any agency, subdivision, instrumentality of political subdivision thereof A territory or possession of the United States, An Indian Tribe.