Here. As the excerpt below shows, there is still a lot of uncertainty until the details are hammered out.

It is a macro-level deal that makes recommendations on topline discretionary spending levels for fiscal years 2014 and 2015, so the details of how Indian program funding will be affected have yet to be ironed out and released by congressional appropriators.

Indian country officials are currently widely reminding appropriators of the budget cuts tribes have faced as a result of sequestration, and tribes are encouraging a restoration of and increase in federal support.

Read more athttp://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2013/12/19/will-indian-country-funding-increase-under-budget-deal-152791

We have also heard that the Interior and Education budgets are typically hotly contested, and thus we could end up with a continuing resolution for these agency budgets, essentially continuing last year’s budget for FY ’14.

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