114 STAT. 2368 PUBLIC LAW 106-511—NOV. 13, 2000 revising the plan under this subparagraph, the Tribal Council shall provide the members of the Tribe opportunity to review and comment on any proposed revision to the plan. (C) CONSULTATION. —In preparing the plan and any revisions to update the plan, the Tribal Council shall consult with the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Health and Human Services. (4) AUDIT. — (A) IN GENERAL.—The activities of the Tribe in carrying out the plan shall be audited as part of the annual singleagency audit that the Tribe is required to prepare pursuant to the Office of Management and Budget circular numbered A-133. (B) DETERMINATION BY AUDITORS.—The auditors that conduct the audit described in subparagraph (A) shall— (i) determine whether funds received by the Tribe under this section for the period covered by the audit were expended to carry out the plan in a manner consistent with this section; and (ii) include in the written findings of the audit the determination made under clause (i). (C) INCLUSION OF FINDINGS WITH PUBLICATION OF PRO- CEEDINGS OF TRIBAL COUNCIL. — A copy of the written findings of the audit described in subparagraph (A) shall be inserted in the published minutes of the Tribal Council proceedings for the session at which the audit is presented to the Tribal Council. (g) PROHIBITION ON PER CAPITA PAYMENTS.— No portion of any pa3anent made under this title may be distributed to any member of the Tribe on a per capita basis. SEC. 105. ELIGIBILITY OF TRIBE FOR CERTAIN PROGRAMS AND SERV- ICES. No payment made to the Tribe under this title shall result in the reduction or denial of any service or program with respect to which, under Federal law— (1) the Tribe is otherwise entitled because of the status of the Tribe as a federally recognized Indian tribe; or (2) any individual who is a member of the Tribe is entitled because of the status of the individual as a member of the Tribe. SEC 106. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS. There are authorized to be appropriated such funds as may be necessary to cover the administrative expenses of the Fund SEC. 107. EXTINGUISHMENT OF CLAIMS. Upon the deposit of funds (together with interest) into the Fund under section 104(b), all monetary claims that the Tribe has or may have against the United States for the taking, by the United States, of the land and property of the Tribe for the Oahe Dam and Reservoir Project of the Pick-Sloan Missouri River Basin program shall be extinguished.
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