Corporate America Why Outsource when Jobs can stay at Home?
Terrance Henry Booth, Sr. – Tsimshian
Last year in the Business Journal Phoenix stated that they support immigration in the technical field of Microsoft. Yet, right in their home state of Arizona exist 29 Native American Tribes some having lands set aside for businesses or companies to locate on their reservations. To entice companies or corporations to locate on tribal lands are several tax incentives under Internal Revenue Service, Tax Exempt and Government Entities Indian Tribal Governments, Publication 954 – Tax Incentives for Distressed Communities.
In Consultation with the Alaska Native and Native American Tribes Congressional Legislation was enacted to specifically address the social and economic state of Indian Country, USA. Alaska Native and Native American Tribes being economically depressed areas and some tribes became an Enterprise Community, Empowerment Zones and other definitions under US Department of Agriculture – Rural Development Programs giving these tribal communities with a listing of several tax incentives. 
Another tax incentive guide is Publication 4268, “Introduction Employment Tax Desk Guide for Indian Tribal Governments.”  These tax incentives for companies or corporations that desire to do business with a Tribe or Tribes. Tribes having industrial or commercial parks most noted are the Mississippi Choctaw doing outsourcing for Ford Motor Company with electronic harnessing for this company and even built a building in a foreign country for Ford Motor. 
Listing of Tribes with Industrial or Commercial Parks:
1. Coyote Business Park, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation: Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla, Washington State 
2. Tulalip Tribe, Quil Ceda Village, Tulalip, Washington 
3. Pima Center, Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community 
4. Mahnomen Industrial Park, White Earth Reservation 
These industrial parks are only a few that are listed and instead of corporate America outsourcing they need to note the land of opportunity that exists right at home in the USA and keep the jobs here at the home front instead of wasting time asking for professional immigrants Corporate America should see what exists right here in America; especially among the Native American Reservations that offer tax incentives beneficial to both the tribes and any company that desires to locate their businesses and corporations upon tribal lands.
Here are a listing of Native American Professionals in electronics, technical know-how and expertise in the electronic industry:
1. Lighting Technologies, New Jersey 
2. Lakota Express, Inc., Kyle, South Dakota 
3. Garystar Electronics, Duluth, Minnesota 
4. Chickasaw Nation Industries, Norman, Oklahoma 
5. Intertribal Information Technology, Incorporated Eagle Butte, South Dakota 
There are several other Native American companies in the electronic field, and partnering or joint venturing with these Native American Companies gives a great advantage in procuring federal government contracts.
Native American Professional Associations:
1. American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES) 
2. Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) 
3. American Indian Science & Engineering Statistics:
1. What began in 1977 now comprises robust platform-serving constituents from childhood through retirement.
2. 74 Chartered College and University chapters throughout the United States and Canada
3. 12 Professional Chapters
4. 135 Affiliated Schools that enroll more than 32,000 K-12 Native American students
5. Nearly 3,000 current members
6. More than 12,000 alumni over 30+ years
7. More than a thousand Sequoyah Fellows (Lifetime members)
8. Scholarship programs which have cumulatively awarded over $8,457,400 to over 4,820 students 
This written to brief corporate American that they have a need to look at the opportunities available to them right here in their own backyard among the Alaska Native and Native American professional expertise. That expertise has ranked them among the Fortune 500 Corporations of America. So Corporate America there is knowledge, expertise, technical know-how existing right next door or across town or minutes away from your corporate headquarters so why give testimonies for immigrant professionals when you have them right here at home. Besides having the knowledge, skills and talents and scholars, hooking up with a Alaska Native and Native American Professional companies several on tribal lands you both benefit by the tax incentives that not only puts profitability in your bank but it greatly enhances job creation, establishment of new businesses not only for your company; but also for the Natives who look for opportunities to improve the quality of life for their people. Any economist will tell you that spending dollars locally will readily improve the local economies and today not only the Alaska Native and Native American Economies need improvements; we see bleak reports across America. It is said in Indian Country, USA are lands of opportunity:” Indian Country land holdings represent the largest concentration of private land in the United States. To date, Tribal Nations control more than 55 million acres, as well as 57 million acres of mineral rights.” 
The opportunities are unlimited and if you go to Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community you will see firsthand successes at work Along with it comes tax incentives to help your company even gain more revenues prospering both your company and the tribe you chose to engage your company with comes many benefits. So why outsource Corporate America?
1 Publication 954 – Tax Incentives for Distressed Communities. (http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p954.pdf)
2 Publication 3268, Introduction Employment Tax Desk Guide For Indian Tribal Governments, http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p4268.pdf
3 Ford Motor Company & Mississippi Choctaw, http://www2.nemcc.edu/mspeople/phillip_martin.htm
4 Coyote Business Park, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla http://www.umatilla.nsn.us/CTUIR%20info%20packet.pdf,
5 Quil Ceda Village, http://www.quilcedavillage.com/
6 Pima Center, Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community, http://www.pimacenter.com/information.html
7 White Earth Reservation, http://www.whiteearth.com/programs/?page_id=250&program_id=9
8 Lighting Technologies, http://www.ledapplications.com/page4.html
9 Lakota, Express, Incorporated, http://www.lakotamall.com/lakotaexpress/index.htm
10 Graystar, Electronics, http://www.maicc.org/members/GreyStarElectronics.aspx
11 Chickasaw Nation Industries, http://www.chickasaw.com/index.cfm?content=about/companyoverview
12 Intertribal Information Technology, Incorporated, http://www.lakotatechnologies.com/IITC.shtml
13 American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES), http://students.engr.ncsu.edu/aises/
14 Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), http://sacnas.org/
15 American Indian Science & Engineering Society, http://www.aises.org/who
16 Lands of Opportunity, http://azbigmedia.com/azre/lands-opportunity