A North Dakota American Indian business development office is established within the
commission to assist North Dakota American Indian tribal and individual economic development
representatives, businesses, and entrepreneurs with access to state and federal programs
designed to assist these business interests. The commission shall cooperate with the department of commerce in the administration
of the office. The office shall provide services to assist in the formation of partnerships between
American Indian and non-American Indian businesses. The commission may contract with a third party for the provision of services for
the office. If the commission contracts with a third party under this section, all data and
databases collected and created by the third party in performing services for the
office are the property of the commission and the third party.
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