ITBC

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AcronymDefinition
ITBCInterTribal Bison Cooperative (Rapid City, SD)
ITBCInformation Technology Business Center
ITBCInsecticide-Treated Bednets and Curtains (malaria control)
ITBCInstitute for Tropical Biology & Conservation
ITBCIntegrated Trailer Brake Control (General Motors Corporation)
ITBCIndustry and Technical Base Capability
ITBCIT Business Campus (Cape Town, South Africa)
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The Intertribal Bison Cooperative immediately filed a protest with the GAO, claiming that the USDA could only use the earmarked funds to purchase bison from Native American sources, and could only do so on a non-competitive basis.
Montana has repeatedly refused to adopt a bison management plan proposed by NWF and the InterTribal Bison Cooperative, which calls for testing buffalo that wander onto private land and moving healthy animals to tribal lands.
The vaccine offer complements an overall bison-management plan proposed by NWF and the InterTribal Bison Cooperative, which calls for testing any bison that wander onto private land and moving healthy animals to tribal lands.
The materials also outline a plan proposed by NWF and the InterTribal Bison Cooperative.
So far federal and state officials have ignored a solution proposed by NWF and the InterTribal Bison Cooperative which calls for trapping and testing for brucellosis any bison that wander onto private land.
The Win- nebago Nation is one of 45 tribes that have joined the InterTribal Bison Cooperative (ITBC), an organization founded by Native Americans in 1990 to assist and coordinate efforts to bring bison back to Indian lands.
NWF and the InterTribal Bison Cooperative, a consortium of 40 Native American Tribes in 17 states, have launched a landmark campaign to restore wild bison to tribal and public lands in the West (see page 19).