The US Indigenous Data Sovereignty Network unites advocates for Indigenous Data Sovereignty at the tribal, state, national, and international levels. The Native Nations Institute (NNI), a unit of the University of Arizona Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, hosts the Network. NNI provides administrative and research support, coordination of advisory board activities, web hosting, and listserv maintenance. Network membership is open to all American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian data users, tribal leaders, information and communication technology providers, researchers, policymakers and planners, businesses, service providers, and community advocates.
The USIDSN Advisory Council will establish the USIDSN charter and program of action. The research, policy, and outreach activities of the USIDSN will be guided by and accountable to Indigenous data stakeholders via the USIDSN Advisory Council and network membership.