The Burns Paiute Tribe’s Administration Department is committed to the responsible operation of Tribal Services. To preserve and promote the Burns Paiute sovereignty and to enhance the health and economic well-being of the Burns Paiute Tribe.
Kyle Desautel comes to us from the Colville Tribe in Northcentral Washington State. He holds an Master’s of Business Administration and a Bachelor’s of Arts and Business with Majors in both general business management and marketing with a minor in anthropology. He has over 20 years of experience in Indian country running programs with as little as 1 employee and as much as 335 employees and budgets as small as $5,000 and as large as $33.5 million. His experience and passion is building both physical structures and capacity within Tribes. He’s been the Tribal lead on 3 health facilities, 2 convenient stores, 1 truck stop and many other purchases, remodels and construction projects. He’s developed Tribal programs including a 477 program, office of violence against women, domestic violence, TANF, grants writing, recycling and TERO to name a few.
When asked his greatest accomplishment, he’ll tell you being a father and father figure to 8 kids. He has a passion for basketball and has coached at the high school level for over 15 years with 8 trips to the State tournament. When asked why he wants to be here at the Burns Paiute Tribe, he says “I see a ton of potential. I bring a passion to increase capacity and help the tribe seek funding to meet its current and future needs. I’ve loved what I’ve seen from the community so far and can see myself and family spending the rest of my working days here.”
The mission of our department is to provide reliable support and development to the Burns Paiute Tribe. Whether it be developing infrastructure plans or end user support we strive to give the tribe the tools they need to advance in the fast pace world of communications.
Office hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Phone: (541) 573-2088
Our job is to maintain the buildings, janitorial services, groundskeeping, water services and other repairs and maintenance as needed.
|Cheyenne First Raised
|Emergency/Fire Management Coordinator
Emergency Management Services
Emergency Managment Services
Objective: To prepare the Burns Paiute Community in the event of a natural disaster or a man-made caused disaster.
Tribal Fire Services
Objective: Burns Paiute Public Safety – Fire Protection Services have initiated services to meet the responsibilities of fire protection for the Burns Paiute Indian Community, and mutual aid assistance to the surrounding communities.
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Government to Government – BIA Roads Planning Program:
Objective; To maintain planning, designing, scoping, engineering, road construction and safety features on Tribal Roads.
PL 93-638 Roads Construction Contract:
Objective: To use the last PL 93-638 funds for road construction or road scoping projects under this Program.
TRIBAL TRANSIT SERVICES
Special Transportation Funds (STF) Program:
Objective: To provide and maintain a Tribal Transit Service for the handicap, Seniors and low-income members on the Burns Paiute Reservation and the General Public residing in the Cities of Burns and Hines.
5310 Enhanced Seniors & Disabled Program:
Objective: To improve the ability of seniors and disabled persons to ride our Tribal Transit Service on our scheduled routes.
Special Transportation Improvement Funding (STIF) Program:
Objective: New Oregon Legislative Directive to improve the funding of all transportation systems within the State of Oregon; maintain continued transportation funding without any disruption for funding.
|Full Time Transit Driver
|On Call Transit Driver
100 Pasigo St
Burns, OR 97720
Phone: (541) 573-2088
Fax: (541) 573-2323