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Ms. Paula L. Hart

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Director of the Office of Indian ...

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs
 
Background

Employment History

  • Director of the Office of Indian Gaming Management
    Bureau of Indian Affairs
  • Dep Director, Off of Indian Gaming Management
    Bureau of Indian Affairs
  • Acting Director At the Office of Indian Gaming
    Bureau of Indian Affairs
  • Director, Office of Indian Gaming, Office
    Deputy Assistant Secretary-Policy
  • Director, Office of Indian Gaming
    U.S. Department of the Interior
  • Member, Office
    Interior
  • Deputy Director, Office of the Assistant Secretary, Department
    Interior
  • Member, Office of Indian Gaming
    Interior
  • Acting Director
    Office of Indian Gaming
  • Member, Office of Indian Gaming
    BIA

Education

  • University of Maryland
  • Political Science degree
    St. Lawrence University
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Franks' bill would contradict the 1986 ...
tucsoncitizen.com, 5 Oct 2011 [cached]
Franks' bill would contradict the 1986 law, which says any replacement lands purchased by the Tohono O'odham Nation "shall be deemed to be a federal Indian reservation for all purposes," which include gaming, said Paula Hart, director of the Office of Indian Gaming in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs at the Interior Department.
"(Franks' bill) would impose additional restrictions beyond those agreed upon by the United States and the Tohono O'odham Nation 25 years ago," Hart said.
SACRAMENTO, California -- As reported by ...
onlinecasinobonus4u.com [cached]
SACRAMENTO, California -- As reported by the San Diego Union Tribune: "A federal judge's ruling that California cannot demand more gaming revenue in exchange for allowing San Diego County's Rincon band to expand its casino reflects a long-standing policy of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, a federal official testified yesterday."'Whenever we see a revenue-sharing provision in a tribal-state compact, it sends up a red flag, ' said Paula Hart, director of the BIA's Office of Indian Gaming Management, which reviews tribal-state gambling agreements, or compacts."The Bureau of Indian Affairs has not formally weighed in on the litigation, but its endorsement of the April 29 ruling appears to add significant new weight to Rincon's case and could make it more difficult for the state to negotiate lucrative new Indian gaming deals.
Paula Hart, Acting Dir Office ...
www.theseminargroup.net, 25 Nov 2009 [cached]
Paula Hart, Acting Dir Office of Indian Gaming, Bureau of Indian Affairs
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Paula L. Hart is the Acting Director at the Office of Indian Gaming, Bureau of Indian Affairs, in Washington, D.C.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: ...
es.bna.com, 28 June 2010 [cached]
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Paula L. Hart, Director, Office of Indian Gaming, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary-Policy and Economic Development, Washington, DC 20240, (202) 219-4066.
Paula ...
www.nativenationevents.org, 15 Dec 2010 [cached]
Paula Hart
Director of the Office of Indian Gaming , US Department of the Interior
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Ms. Paula L. Hart is currently the Acting Director, Office of Indian Gaming. Ms Hart has served in various positions within the Office including Deputy Director, Legal Specialist and Management Analyst. She has been working on Indian gaming issues for most of her career in the federal government. Her experience within Indian gaming includes review of Tribal-State compacts, land acquisition applications, Section 20 applications, Secretarial Procedures, developing and writing regulations regarding the same. During the end of the last administration and the beginning of this administration Ms. Hart along with her gaming duties served as the Acting Chief of Staff for the Assistant Secretary in which she worked on special projects for the Assistant Secretary. Those projects included issues regarding Federal Acknowledgment, Economic Development, Finance and Tribal Government. Prior to coming to the Gaming Office she served as Rights Protection Specialist for the Eastern Region. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland law school and a member of the state of Maryland bar. She also has a Political Science degree from St. Lawrence University.
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