OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Compliance Enforcement

OHA’s Compliance Enforcement Program is part of OHA’s Advocacy Line of Business. The purpose of the program is to provide legal and policy compliance review, assessment and corrective action services to OHA’s top leadership, allowing the organization to take proactive steps when organizations interpret or implement laws in ways that may harm the Hawaiian community or may not be in its best interest.

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OHA files lawsuit against state for mismanagement of Mauna Kea

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Iwi kūpuna returning home from Germany after more than a century

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OHA Board approves $3 million to go directly to charter schools

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OHA’s statement on the U.S. Secretary of the Interior’s report summary on national monuments

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OHA loan programs move to new office

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