CONSIDERING that the Tlicho is an Aboriginal people of Canada who have always used and occupied land in and around the Northwest Territories; The agreement is accompanied by an intergovernmental agreement creating the Community Services Agency in accordance with territorial legislation. The Agency is responsible for the management, management and provision of health, education and other social services programs to all residents of the four municipalities and on the country, on the basis of T-ch-laws and NWT laws and laws. On their land, the T-Ss have both surface rights and underground rights (mineral rights). In addition to the country, the over-14-year-olds will receive approximately $152 million and a share of mineral royalties from resource production in the Mackenzie Valley. The T-ch government is empowered to legislate on the use, administration and protection of the country, and the T-ch` government can also legislate on a wide range of issues for citizens in the country or in the municipalities of T-ch. Legislation to enforce land rights and a self-management agreement between the Igô, the Government of the Northwest Territories and the Government of Canada to make appropriate changes to the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act and to make subsequent amendments to other laws in which the Tlicho approved the agreement by a vote of June 26 and 27, 2003; In 2005, the T-ch nation ratified the T-Ch` agreement. The agreement provides for and defines certain rights with respect to land, resources and self-management. « land rights agreement, » the partnership agreement, the Sahtu agreement or the Igero agreement. CONSIDERING that on October 10, 2003, the Commissioner adopted a regulation in the Council of the Northwest Territories entitled « Tlicho Land Claims and Self-Government Agreement Act » that approves the agreement; The general contractual obligations of each Yukon Nation First Nation CLCA are included in Chapter 22 – Economic Development Measures (Section 22.5.0 – Convention) and these commitments are fully reflected in the Procurement Manual Section 9.35 Comprehensive Land Claims Agreements (CLCAs) guidelines.