About Us


The Multi-Agency Tribal Infrastructure Collaborative (MATIC) is a group of public-sector agencies and intermediary organizations with funds and resources specifically for tribes. MATIC is continually evolving with new partner agencies and organizations joining the collaborative effort.

What We Do

Why does MATIC exist?

What does MATIC do?

What projects does MATIC consider?

Who does MATIC Serve?

Available Resources

MATIC Accomplishments

Our Logo

The MATIC logo utilizes the imagery of the American Bald Eagle so common in both U.S. public sector seals as well as Native American art. The eagles proudly stand shoulder to shoulder in reference to the special government-to-government relationship of MATIC’s central parties – tribal as well as public sector governments. The double-eagle also invokes the role of the twin heroes - prominent in the history of many SW Native American tribes - who battle great odds to safeguard the livelihood and future of their people. Intermediary and other important partners for both types of governments are represented by a single star – another powerful image to all Americans.

Partnering Agencies & Organizations