We are currently planning for the 2022 Native Village of Napaimute Annual Meeting sometime in early December.
Before finalizing a date, the Council would like to know the preference of our tribal membership for the meeting:
- Do you prefer a virtual Zoom meeting?
- Do you prefer an in-person meeting?
Please email your preference to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Notice of Council Vacancy:
Seat C on the Napaimute Traditional Council (formerly held by Rachelle Rohde) has recently become vacant. This Seat has a 3-year term that expires in 2023.
Tribal Members 18 years of age and older that are interested in appointment to this seat for the remainder of the term must submit their Letters of Interest no later than 5 PM Alaska Standard Time, September 23, 2022.
Letters of Interest can be submitted by:
Email to: email@example.com
Regular mail to: Native Village of Napaimute, PO Box 1301, Bethel, Alaska 99559
CLICK HERE FOR THE APPLICATION:
The Native Village of Napaimute is seeking proposals for the purchase one New Steel or Aluminum Shallow Draft Flat Deck Landing Barge, F.O.B Port of Bethel, or Entrance Buoy to the Kuskokwim River, Alaska – RFP#2022-01. Proposals must be received by the Napaimute Bethel Office at PO Box 1301 Bethel, AK 99559-1301 no later than 5:00 p.m., local time, March 23, 2022. Any proposal received later than the specified time and date will NOT be accepted or considered. No facsimile or telephone proposals will be accepted. Submitted proposals shall contain all information requested and be submitted in the format shown within the solicitation document. Mailed proposals MUST be sealed and clearly identify the name and number of the RFP on the outside of the envelope/package, as well as the Proposer’s name, address, and business affiliation (if applicable). Electronic submissions are acceptable. Proposals may be submitted by email or U.S. mail
Click here for the full Request For Proposals:
(Administered by Universal Service Administrative Co. (USAC)
The Affordable Connectivity Program is a federal program that helps low-income households pay for broadband service and internet connected devises. You may be eligible to receive this benefit if your household income is less than 200% of the federal poverty guidelines, if you receive federal assistance, or if you received a lifeline benefit.
The maximum benefit is $75 per household per month if you live on qualifying tribal lands, or $30 per HH per month if you do not live on qualifying lands.
You may also be eligible for a one-time discount of $100 for a laptop, tablet, or desktop computer (between a $10 – $50 Co-Pay)
(The ACP program replaces and is a continuation of the previous EBB program. The EBB is set to expire March 1,2022 for those currently on the EBB program)
To apply select this link https://acpbenefit.org/
To find out more about this opportunity you may go to the following links:
To see if you qualify go to https://acpbenefit.org/do-i-qualify/
To see Household Eligibility https://acpbenefit.org/do-i-qualify/what-is-a-household/
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) https://www.fcc.gov/affordable-connectivity-program-consumer-faq
You must apply BEFORE March 1, 2022, to avoid uninterrupted service (for previous EBB enrollees)
To download the flyer select download below:
Application Due Date: December 20, 2021 (will accept Post Date of 12/20)
Assistance Amount: One-time payment of up to $1,500 supported by completed self-certified Application for COVID-19 emergency Assistance
• Napaimute Adult Tribal Members who are 18 years or older
• Completed application demonstrating economic harm resulting from or exacerbated by the Public Health Emergency
• Negative financial impact must have occurred within ARPA eligibility Period March 21, 2021 – December 21, 2024
Download the Napaimute ARPA Application for COVID-19 Tribal Member Assistance from the link below:
Self-Certification for ARPA Assistance and Tribal Accountability Notification
U.S. Treasury guidance specifically requires that all Tribal entities that implement Cash transfers ensure that cash transfers respond to the negative impact of the pandemic and are reasonably proportional to the negative economic impact they are intended to address. Cash transfers grossly in excess of the amount needed to address the negative economic impact identified by the recipient would not be considered to be a response to the COVID-19 public health emergency or its negative impacts and would be outside the scope of eligible uses under section *602(c)(1)(A) and 603(c)(1)(A) of the Social Security Act and could be subject to repayment.
*Sections 602(c)(1)(A), 603(c)(1) of the Act.