Tribal committees assist the Tribal Council in meeting their responsibilities to the Tribal membership and serve in an advisory capacity identifying tribal needs and recommending courses of action to resolve the needs. There are currently seven tribal committees.
These committees have policies and procedures outlined in the Tribal Council Legislative Committees Policy and Procedures Manual Handbook which describes their internal procedures. Tribal committee appointments run concurrently with the term of office of the seated Tribal Council.
The Tribal Council created boards of directors to run most tribal enterprises and some service agencies of the Tribal government. These boards establish management related policies and make decisions on major enterprise issues. There are currently six tribal boards that guide the work of tribal enterprises.
Commissions are delegated authority by the Tribal Council to exercise governmental power in a particular subject area. Each commission has individual statutes that define their subject area and scope of authority. There are currently four tribal commissions including the Joint Health Commission, Warm Springs Cannabis Regulatory Commission, Warm Springs Gaming Commission and the Tribal Employment Rights Office Commission.
Culture & Heritage
Fish & Wildlife
Health & Welfare
Land Use Planning
Range, Irrigation & Agriculture
Kah-Nee-Ta High Desert Casino Board
Warm Springs Power Enterprise Board
Museum At Warm Springs Board
Warm Springs Credit Board
Warm Springs Composite Products Board
Warm Springs Housing Authority Board
Warm Springs Ventures Board
Election & Counting Board
Joint Health Commission
Tribal Employment Rights Office Commission
Warm Springs Cannabis Regulatory Commission
Warm Springs Gaming Commission