Utah Division of Indian Affairs (UDIA) reports to Utah’s Tribal Nations at least six (6) time per year. UDIA provides general information to the public regarding Tribal information. For specific information or business related inquires, UDIA refers people directly to the Tribal Nations. UDIA is responsible for repatriation of human remains found on non federal (state and private) lands. UDIA works with the Governor and Lt. Governor and tribal governments in planning the Annual Native American Summit. UDIA arranges for the Annual Indian Caucus Day during the General Legislative Session. UDIA works closely with the following committees: Utah Native American Housing Committee, Tribal and Indian Issues Committee, Utah Indian Health Advisory Board, Utah Tribal Emergency Response Committee, Indian Child Welfare Act, Utah Tribal Leaders Committee, Native American Remains Review Committee (NARRC), and Native American Legislative Liaison Committee (NALLC).
- Utah Department of Heritage and Arts
- Utah Division of Arts & Museums
- Utah Division of State History
- Utah State Library Division
- Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs
- U Serve Utah Utah Commission on Service & Volunteerism