Doing business with the Sault Tribe
The Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians is a Sovereign Government with Sovereign Businesses
The Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians operates federal, state, and tribally chartered businesses that have the same statuses as the Tribal Government
The Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians is exempt from local, county, and state zoning, land use restrictions, and permitting requirements. The Tribe can issue environmental licenses and permits in accordance with Tribal and federal Environmental Protection Agency requirements.
Indian Wages and Insurance Tax Credits may be available for employers hiring qualified employees living on tribal lands; this tax credit is worth up to 20 percent of wages and health insurance for qualified employees.
The HUBZone program gives preference to Indian reservation based businesses. Small businesses can benefit through competitive and sole source contracting and a 10 percent evaluation preference in full and open contract competitions.