The Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs (B.I.A.) publishes the BIA National Aviation Plan. The purpose of this plan is to detail the policy, organization, responsibilities and procedures for the BIA aviation program (including wildfire management). The plan also identifies its mission statement (1.2), philosophy (1.3), and the roles and responsibilities of personnel (2.2). The BIA job applicants that meet the tribal enrollment criteria are entitled to Indian preferences for employment. Read the materials provided below:BIA Certificate of Degree of Indian or Alaska Native Blood Instructions (Links to an external site.)Source:http://www.bia.govBIA National Aviation Plan (Links to an external site.)Source:http://www.bia.govCommunicating about Fire with Tribal Organizations (Links to an external site.)Source:http://www.bia.govListening and Learning from Traditional Knowledge and Western Science: A Dialogue on Contemporary Challenges of Forest Health and Wildlife (Links to an external site.)Source:http://www.bia.govListening to Neglected Voices, American Indian Perspectives on Natural Resource Management (Links to an external site.)Source:http://www.bia.govWrite a 2–3 page response answering the following case study questions:How do you think the BIA hiring policy helps/hinders the BIA in implementing the National Aviation Plan? Provide specific examples.Summarize the article “Communicating about fire with tribal organizations” and describe potential problems that can occur during fire management across Indian reservations and native aboriginal territories. Identify management strategies that you would propose to alleviate these problems. Include an analysis of the decision making process and consequences of decision making paralysis.