The Tulalip Tribes are a federally recognized tribe
and successors in interest to the Snohomish,
Snoqualmie, Skykomish, and other allied tribes and
bands that signed the 1855 Treaty of Point Elliott.

Document Management Services


Document Management Services are responsible for taking care of records, both hard copy and electronic. The department safely and securely stores physical files as well as scans and saves documents electronically. Archived documents are organized and disposed of properly with the recognition that they are The Tulalip Tribes’ most valuable asset.

Services Provided:

  • On-site scanning of documents
  • Back-log scanning of documents
  • Searchable electronic storage
  • Customized file structure to mimic what department is using
  • Add specific metadata to allow for targeted data retrieval

Document Management Services works with a variety of companies and programs to ensure that files are well taken care of. Documents are stored in a repository called Docushare. Docushare offers many benefits for electronic files. It provides ease of access by utilizing an online interface and has full search capabilities.


To assist The Tulalip Tribes with efficient retention and access to records by storing records both electronically and physically.


To ensure that records are organized, retained, and disposed of appropriately with the recognition that they are The Tulalip Tribes’ most valuable asset.


2611 91st ST NE Bldg. A
Tulalip WA 98271