The United States Army Corps of Engineers Tribal Nations Technical Center of Expertise (TNTCX) was established in order to provide a cost-effective administrative tool to improve USACE’s quality and effectiveness in delivering USACE missions and Federal Trust responsibilities to Federally recognized tribes. In that role, the TNTCX can engage with each of the 574 Federally recognized Native American Tribes, national and regional organizations representing Native American governments, Native American communities, and the USACE Commands serving those communities. The TNTCX program is vital to the successful management of our relationships with Tribal Nations, which helps us maintain and operate key infrastructure projects that contribute to the Nation’s economy, environment, safety, and quality of life - now and in the future.

USACE Districts and Tribal Nations


TNTCX Capabilities and Services

Contact Us

Tribal Nations Technical Center Expertise
4101 Jefferson Plaza, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109

Acting Director: Jeremy Decker
Phone: 505-342-3671

USACE District Tribal Liaison List


Additional Resources

USACE/AISES MOU Signing Ceremony

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) signed a partnership agreement in November, 2022. The goal of the partnership is to improve education and career opportunities in STEM for Native American professionals and students. Check out the recorded video below! 

TNTCX Hosts Tule Restoration Alliance

This week USACE Tribal Nations Technical Center of Expertise is hosting the Tule Restoration Alliance Workshop in Davis,...

Posted by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento District on Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Rivercane Restoration Workshop Summary Report

2021 Rivercane Restoration Workshop Summary Report

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