Human Resources Office
(505) 346-2339


  • Federal Information Systems Security Awareness + Privacy and Records Management (FISSA)+ Training for DOI Federal employees, contractors and non-Federal employees

  • 2013 Discrimination & Whistleblowing in the Workplace (NO FEAR): Due: 08-30-2013

  • Making Ethics a Part of the Workplace

  • The Department of the Interior’s ethics program is administered by the Department’s Ethics Office. The Office is the responsibility of the Designated Agency Ethics Official, the principal ethics official for the Department of the Interior. Working with the assistance of a network of bureau and office ethics personnel, the Departmental Ethics Office is able to implement the statutory and regulatory ethics requirements.

  • Individuals who have ethics questions are encouraged to contact an ethics counselor in their respective bureau or office. The Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education and Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Offices are serviced by two Ethics Specialists located in the Office of the Bureau Director, Billings, Montana. Those individuals are:

    • Sharon A. Limberhand, Ethics Officer
      Bureau of Indian Affairs
      316 North 26th Street, Suite 3016
      Billings, MT 59101
      Telephone: 406-247-1295
      Fax: 406-247-1297

    • Michael D. Adams, Ethics Specialist
      316 North 26th Street, Suite 3016
      Billings, MT 59101
      Telephone No: 406-247-1295
      Fax: 406-247-1297

  • Information relating to Ethics laws and regulations may be found at:

    Additional information can be found in 43 CFR Part 20 and 5 CFR Parts 2634 and 2635

  • Charge Card Training

  • QuickTime Training

  • Department of Interior 's Learning Management System

  • Instructional Technologies Lab