National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC)
The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act created the National Indian Gaming Commission as a federal regulatory body to support tribal self-sufﬁciency and the integrity of Indian gaming. The NIGC’s three-member commission oversees the efﬁcient regulation of 530 gaming establishments operated by 248 tribes across 29 states. The NIGC fulﬁlls its regulatory role through compliance measures and provides a number of resources. A collection of the Agency’s ofﬁcial Commission actions, bulletins, and advisory opinions, as well as training and technical assistance offerings are available at www.nigc.gov.
Sequoyah E. Simermeyer, Chairman
1849 C St. NW, MS #1621
Washington, D.C. 20240