Native American software

If you are dealing with unreliable accounting data, high employee turnover, limited reporting capabilities and error prone manual processes you could be at risk of losing compliance with the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act (NAHASDA).


If your tribal entity can’t comply with established regulations you could go on ‘high risk’ status, lose grant money or lose the entire operational budget. With inadequate audit controls, you could even be at risk for internal theft or embezzlement. Retaining your funding is key to serving your tribal community.


Because of these high stakes, financial management goes much deeper than basic accounting. Effectively managing and tracking budgets, account receivables and payables, work orders, payroll and human resources ensures the NAHASDA requirements are met. This is a tall order when some software systems lack audit controls, are disconnected or if accounting data is managed on spreadsheets.


As a Native American owned company, we understand the ins and outs of how Tribes operate. Based in North Dakota, we specialize in working with Native American Housing Authorities, Tribal Schools, Casinos and Gaming Divisions, and other Tribal affiliated branches.


When you're ready to take control of your business, reach out to our professionals. We will work with you to make your job easier through better processes and more resources for your team.




"In the 4 years I have worked at the Apsaalooke Nation Housing Authority I have also had the privilege to work with Candace Wolff and the DFC system. I have worked in a few different position within ANHA and Candace has been there with me every step of the way. When I send a request for assistance she is quick to respond and is always helpful. The entire team at DFC has been great to work with and are able to help us complete our tasks had hand within a timely manner. They have continuously strived to help us maintain our Financials and Tenant accounting. I appreciate the excellent customer service I have received over the years and am thankful to have had the opportunity to work with DFC."


- Jessica Old Elk, Apsaalooke Nation Housing Authority