Membership Request Form: Tribal Exchange Network Group (TXG)
Passionate about the power of data? Interested in information technology? Searching a professional opportunity? You've come to the right place! Use the form below to tell us a bit more about yourself and why you are interested in contributing to our work.
The Tribal Exchange Network Group (TXG) is a diverse team of tribal professionals working with federally recognized tribes across the US with access to provide access to the knowledge, tools, and resources they can use to accomplish their environmental data management goals. The mission of the TXG is to support tribes’ management, analysis, and sharing of their environmental data, so they can use this data to advocate for their interests in order to preserve tribal lifeways, maintain cultural integrity, and enhance tribal members’ sense of place.
The Exchange Network is a collaborative effort focused on improving and expanding access to resources that support decision-makers and community members through internet-based services and networks that share timely environmental information (
). The TXG is a Tribal Partnership Group funded by a cooperative agreement through the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Mission Support - Environmental Information (OMS-EI) to expand tribal awareness of, and participation in, the Exchange Network's innovative solutions. Their work is administered and supported by the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) at Northern Arizona University (NAU).
The Tribal Exchange Network Group (TXG) would like to invite all interested individuals that meet the criteria below to submit an application to participate as a member of the TXG. The TXG works to address issues related to data management, technology access, and information exchange for Tribal environmental programs. TXG members have a wide range of experiences implementing strategies to improve the data standards and information systems that support tribal environmental and natural resource management activities, and they serve as mentors and advisors for other tribal staff who are building capacity for managing and sharing data.
WHO CAN JOIN:
Membership is open to employees of federally recognized tribes and tribal-serving organizations who are approved by their supervisor to volunteer their time to contribute according to the expectations outlined in the TXG Charter. If you are not able to participate in the TXG as a full member, please feel free to contact us with your feedback, questions, or concerns, and one of our members will respond as soon as possible. For information on member expectations and TXG procedures, review the TXG Charter here:
REQUEST TO JOIN:
To request to join the Tribal Exchange Network Group (TXG), please complete and submit the form below.
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Job Title and Description:
My supervisor has been notified of my submission of this form to request to join the TXG.
If your application is accepted, your supervisor will be required to submit written approval for you to participate.
Describe your past experience working with US EPA's Exchange Network-funded grants or related project activities.
Do you currently manage any ACTIVE data exchanges through the US EPA (e.g AQS, WQS, etc.)? If so, please specify what systems are used. Or, if you have PRIOR experiences with data exchanges, please explain.
Describe your past experience working with data management, project management, IT management, or contract management-related activities.
What is your interest in joining the TXG?
Please tell us about any current or past participation in other relevant organizations, associations, committees, or groups.
If known, what types of activities would you be interested in facilitating or participating (e.g. outreach presentations, mentoring, group networking, etc.)? What estimated percentage of your week do you expect to be able to dedicate to TXG activities?
Is there anything else you would like the TXG to consider regarding your request?
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