During the 2007 National Native American Economic Policy Summit, over 500 key stakeholders gathered to discuss the challenges to growing healthy, vibrant Native economies. In addition to identifying challenges, participants were asked to recommend innovative and progressive solutions to foster economic growth. The Summit was organized around three tracks: Infrastructure, Capital and Finance, and Business Development. Since many of the policy solutions transcended individual tracks, the report is organized around categories that summarize common policy challenges. The report identifies 100 recommendations for policy change.