• Facebook
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
  • Vimeo
  • Instagram
OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

OHA Biennium Budget for Community Input

In preparation for the upcoming budget cycle that starts on July 1, 2023, OHA is providing the public with the proposed two-year core budget for review and comment.

  • Review the OHA FY2024-2025 Preliminary Biennium Budget for Community Input (last updated May 11, 2023) that provides details on major budget expenditures for Fiscal Year 2024 and 2025.
  • A schedule of public Zoom meetings (varying days and times) will be announced for more interactive opportunities to learn about and provide feedback on the 2024 – 2025 biennium budget.
  • Email ohabudget@oha.org with questions and comments on the OHA FY24/25 Biennium Budget. The deadline to submit questions and comments is Monday, June 12, 2023. OHA will post responses to the public’s questions pertaining to the biennium budget here.
  • Additional beneficiary testimony regarding the OHA FY24-25 Budget may be sent directly to the OHA Board of Trustees as testimony for upcoming Committee on Resource Management and Board meetings. Refer to the website for specific scheduled Committee and Board meetings. Please visit www.oha.org/bot for directions on submitting written or oral testimony.

2024-2025 biennium budget pic

Pursuant to Chapter 10 of the Hawai‘i Revised Statutes, as amended, OHA hereby provides the opportunity for public comment on its Biennium Budget.

The OHA Biennium Budget is prepared every two years, for the ensuing two years. OHA’s new proposed biennium budget covers the periods from July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024 (Fiscal Year 2024) and July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025 (Fiscal Year 2025).

ARCHIVE: OHA Preliminary Biennium Budget for Community Input, FY2022-2023



OHA selects Niniau Kawaihae as Director of Community Engagement


OHA releases $6.87 million in grant solicitations

Kukaniloko thumb

OHA wins $2.2 million grant award for revitalization projects at its Wahiawā Lands

Lele By Galyna Andrushko AdobeStock

OHA lawsuit seeks repeal of the Mauna Kea Stewardship and Oversight Authority

Photo: Keopu Reelitz

Keʻōpū Reelitz named Director of Advocacy at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs