Simplifying Section 106 Tribal Consultation Request
iResponse was created by Alvin J. Windy Boy Sr., a former tribal historic preservation officer who is continuously "thinking outside of the tepee" worked endlessly with software engineers to develop a data base platform to simplify all Tribal Consultation requests as required by Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.
In the photo to the left, you will see Mr. Windy Boy going through thousands of documents per week, and later, using any mobile device to view, and respond to all consult requests with the simple touch of a button.
Now, after thousands of successful consultations and acceptance by the government and industry, iResponse is ready to simplify the consultation process for you.
Tribes, if you do not have a system in place for consultation, we can help! There are no upfront fees, contact us today! We would love to give you a free demonstration to get you off your feet and not only protecting but defending your ancestral homelands!
The total number of completed consults is 21,020. A completed consultation is determined by an inquiry completing the necessary due diligence required, as outlined by the section 106 process.
Rate Of Completion
The total rate of completion is 97%. The rate of completion is based upon the requirement of additional information from Industry to complete the consultation process.
Alvin Windy Boy Sr., CEO
Alvin Windy Boy Sr. is a lifelong resident of the Rocky Boy Indian Reservation and a proud member of the Cree Nation. He is a former 12-year Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO), Council Member, and Council Chairman.
During his years as the Tribe’s THPO, Alvin grew the program from a one-man federally funded position to a Tribal department that employs over 20 full time and seasonal employees.
Alvin Windy Boy is currently the CEO of iResponse. The software for iResponse was developed over several years and has been successfully utilized in hundreds of consultations between government, industry, and tribes.
In Mr. Windy Boy's spare time, he enjoys ranching, his beautiful wife and children as well as fighting for Native American sovereignty and rights. He is an astute business man who does not believe in holding up the show, but rather working with Industry collaboratively in getting any job done. Mr. Windy Boy loves new challenges, and expects nothing but the best from those he employs. With an iron fist, and smile on his face, he explains in detail why something must be done in a certain fashion. One of the few remaining fluent Chippewa Cree Speakers, he also does cultural sensitivity classes, and speaks to children in the school systems about the preservation of ceremonies, language, and the importance of carrying on tradition.