By Dacoda McDowell-Wahpekeche
Gaylord News 

Federal development funds will let Oklahoma tribes expand access to capital


Last updated 9/15/2023 at 9:40am

Garett Fisbeck/Courtesy Citizen Potawatomi Nation

The Citizen Potawatomi Community Development Corp., along with the Osage and Chickasaw nations, are set to get around $30 million in federal funding to help improve small tribal businesses' access to capital.

WASHINGTON-Three Oklahoma tribal nations will receive more than 40% of the initial $73 million in funding from a federal small business initiative that for the first time is being targeted directly to tribes.

The Osage, Chickasaw and Citizen Potawatomi nations will get almost $30 million in small business funding from the State Small Business Credit Initiative, the Biden administration announced last week. The program, part of the pandemic-era American Rescue Plan, aims to improve small business financing.

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