As a Component A applicant, the purpose of this proposal is to strengthen the public health infrastructure and capacity of the Rocky Mountain Tribal Epidemiology Center (RMTEC) to best serve and extend those capacity building efforts to the tribes of the Rocky Mountain region using a Foundational Public Health Service framework and national public health accreditation standards as a guide. This work will support efforts to effectively expand RMTEC data reporting capabilities to provide context within RMTEC data reports to show underlying social determinants of health and to create understandings of efforts that seek to reduce persistent health disparities and improve the overall health and wellbeing of AI/AN populations. The project will focus on building Tribal workforce capacity utilizing core competency frameworks, trainings, and resources. The project will utilize Tribal Health Subcommittee feedback, assessments, health advisors, and research to assist in building RMTEC capacity to support Tribal Data Systems planning and implementation efforts. The project will improve seek to build capacity to assess Tribal policies, plans and programs for RMTEC TA and training support, and possible internship program. The project will highlight data to understand the status of the tribal public health workforce in the Billings area. The outcomes include improved access to AI/AN data related to social determinants of health, increased collaborations between RMTEC and Rocky Mountain region Tribes, increased use of national standards to assess public health infrastructure, and the increased capacity within RMTEC to deliver TEC core functions with the goal of strengthened delivery of public health services by entire Rocky Mountain region, focusing on the Tribes, TECs, and UIOs that serve AI/AN communities.