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Fiscal Year 2024 Year-End Closing Timeline

This memo will serve as notification to all concerned that the following year end processing dates for the closing of the Fiscal Year 2024 activities for all General Funds programs which fund term ends on September 30, 2024. The FMIS System will be unavailable on September 30, 2024, therefore this will be the only notice provided from the Office of the Controller. Please prepare/plan as it is not guaranteed that your documents will be processed. The limiting factor depends on the workload. Do not wait to submit documents. This has been and is customary for the entire Navajo Nation for many years, please adhere accordingly

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Temporary Office Closure - Real Estate Department

This memorandum serves to notify all Divisions, Departments, and Programs that the Real Estate Department will be temporarily unavailable for administrative services from July 22-24, 2024. During this period, our team will be participating in a staff development workshop aimed at enhancing our professional capabilities and skills. 

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Navajo LIHEAP Applications now Available at your local Chapter House

Through collaboration with the Navajo Division of Community Development, the Division of Social Services' Financial Assistance Unit will work directly with the 110 Navajo Chapters to distribute the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program applications. See memorandum and for flyer more information. 

Deadline to submit LIHEAP application: August 30, 2024, at 5pm, or when funds are depleted.

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Data Summit hosted by the Dine Action Plan Advisory Group

Registration is Free. Limited to 100 participants.

The Data Summit will assist the Advisory Group to identify strategies and initiate decision making about addressing challenges on the Navajo Nation with alcohol and substance abuse, domestic violence prevention, suicide prevention, and Missing, Murdered Dine’ Relatives.

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Navajo Code Talkers Day Event - 5K Run & Walk/March

This memorandum shall serve as an official notification and request to all Navajo Nation Divisions, Departments, and Programs to make the necessary arrangements for your staff to set up information/outreach booths for the Annual Navajo Code Talkers Day Stand Down Event on Wednesday, August 14, 2024, from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Navajo Nation Fair Grounds in Window Rock, Arizona. 

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NNHHPD: Monthly Shashjaa' Newsletter

Navajo Nation Heritage & Historic Preservation Department's (NNHHPD) Bears Ears Inter-Governmental Cooperative Agreement Project has developed a monthly newsletter to provide consistent public education about Bears Ears National Monument's cultural, historical, and present-day significance to Diné. 

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Save the date for the Navajo Education Research Symposium

DODE and its education partners are holding the Navajo Education Research Symposium in Flagstaff, AZ on Thursday, July 25. Tribal education leaders will share their discussions and research on the following theme: “The Importance of Data in Decision Making, Exercising Sovereignty, and Protecting and Preserving Cultural Intellectual Property in the Age of Artificial Intelligence”

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Suspension of PCards - Fiscal Recovery Funds

This is notification that use of Fiscal Recovery Funds for travel is suspended until further notice, in accordance with Resolution CMY-28-24. All pcards assigned for travel under the Fiscal Recovery Fund (FRF) business units have been suspended as of Thursday, July 11 , 2024. Programs can no longer reconcile to the FRF business units.

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The Navajo Nation Department of Personnel Management would like to say "Thank you" to our partners and participants.

The Department of Personnel Management (DPM) hosted a Fun Run & Walk Job Fair and Zumba on July 3rd, 2024, at 6 pm. Collectively, DPM, Navajo Special Diabetes Program, and the Navajo Nation Office of the President and Vice-President orchestrated the event.

The event captured 151 participants and 21 registered booths. Participants engaged in visiting the job fair booths, running or walking, and Zumba. It was a fantastic opportunity to both network and be active. DPM thanks both participants and Navajo Nation employees for their attendance. A very special thank you to the Navajo Police Department and Navajo Fire & Rescue for assisting with patrol and visibility. We look forward to future partnerships together.

Our next planned event is planned tentatively for August 9, 2024 @ 6:30 pm in Window Rock, Arizona. See you there!


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Office Closure - Information Management Section (IMS)

This memorandum informs all Navajo Nation Divisions, Departments, Programs, and the General Public that the Information Management Section (IMS) will be closed on Monday, July 8, 2024. The IMS team will be assisting at the Navajo Police Training Academy's Class #60 Family Orientation. 

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Back to School Blessings Gourd Dance

Join Good Health & Wellness in Indian Country (GHWIC), Navajo Breast & Cervical Cancer Prevention Program (NBCCPP), Navajo Birth Cohort Study (NBCS) and Navajo Special Diabetes Program (NSDP) for a Back to School Blessings Gourd Dance on July 24, 2024 at the Pow Wow Grounds on the Navajo Nation Fairgrounds, Window Rock, AZ. We will have Morning Wellness Activities from 8am-10am, health booths from 10am-3pm, Gourd Dance from 11am-3pm. Please bring your own canopy, tables and chairs. See attached flyer and registration form. Deadline to register for Health Booth set-up is July 12th, 2024. 

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Invitation to Cody Jesus Invitational Bull Riding Youth Day

I would like to extend a warm invitation to your organization to attend the Cody Jesus Invitational Bull Riding Youth Day, which will take place Friday, July 5, 2024 at 1:00pm to 4:00pm at Nakai Hall in Window Rock, Arizona. All Navajo Nation programs and departments may set-up information booth(s) on Friday, July 5, 2024, starting at 10am. A registration form is attached.

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Change in Address Form

Please be informed that effective immediately, the Department of Personnel Management (DPM) will implement the attached Change in Address Form. The personnel action form for Change in Address will no longer be utilized. This will assist all Navajo Nation employees, current and former, in a more convenient way to update their address information. 

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OPVP/DPM invite Divisions, Departments and Entities to participate in the Job Fair Fun Run/Walk

The Department of Personnel Management in collaboration with the Office of the President and Vice President welcome the public, applicants, new graduates, to engage with our tribal departments and entities. Come explore employment opportunities, network, run or walk, and enjoy some refreshments with our team. The event sponsors are not responsible for any theft/accident. This is a drug and alcohol family free event. Divisions/departments/program are encouraged to sign up to participate. Please see flyer and attached documents for more information.

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NN ALTCS Approved for More Funds

The Navajo ALTCS Program provides case management services works in partnership with the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System for the State of Arizona’s Medicaid program. Medicaid provides long term care service at little or no cost to financially and medically eligible Arizona residents who are aged, blind, disabled or have a developmental disability

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Scheduled Maintenance Work

This is to inform all occupants of Administration Building Two of the scheduled work involving the replacement of five (5) cooling units in Building Two. TD Industries will be onsite from July 8, 2024, at 7:00 AM until July 9, 2024, at 7:00 PM to remove and replace the rooftop cooling units. 

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Phone Lines are Restored

The Facilities Maintenance Departments (FMD) phone line and internet have been restored and are now fully operational. We are currently processing work order requests.

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Fiscal Year 2025 Budget Preparation Orientation

On Thursday, June 27, 2024, the Navajo Nation Office of Management and Budget will conduct orientation sessions on the preparation and processing of the FY 2025 budget at the Navajo Division of Transportation in Window Rock, AZ. 

The orientation will inform staff persons who work with budgets on the pertinent requirements, timelines, and other key features of the Navajo Nation annual budget process. 

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Rock Point students create & engage during STEAM Camp

Rock Point Community School, Arizona State University, and DODE collaborate on a weeklong STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Camp the week of June 17. Students were tasked with designing and building machines to exercise these important skills.

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Education leaders gather for Eighth Annual Navajo Education Conference

Education stakeholders, guests, and DODE and Navajo Nation leaders gathered at the Navajo Nation Museum for the Eighth Annual Navajo Education Conference on June 7.

Acting Superintendent Roy Tracy, Navajo Board of Education Appointee Dr. Henry Fowler, and Dr. Miranda Haskie welcomed guests to the conference by sharing the importance of Navajo education and enhancing it.

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FY'24 Standing Delegation of Authority - Division Director

 Be informed that Mr. Ronald Curtis, Program Manager I of the Office of Navajo Labor Relations, will be serving as the Acting Division Director of the Navajo Division of Human Resources in my absence. This delegation will be effective from 8:00 am on Monday, June 24, 2024, through 5:00 pm on June 26, 2024. 


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All Email & Sharepoint Migration

The Department of Information Technology is currently undertaking a mandatory migration of E-mail and SharePoint services for all users with a account. This migration commenced in January of this year and involves transferring all email accounts from our local email server to Microsoft 365 cloud servers. Full implementation is scheduled for completion by the end of July 2024.

Division Directors, Supervisors, and Managers are encouraged to inform and assist their users with this migration process.

To facilitate a smooth transition, DIT will host an IT Support Workshop on July 17, 2024. This event is designed to provide hands-on assistance specifically tailored for users, covering installation, multi-factor authentication (MFA), and addressing Microsoft 365 queries.

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Temporary Office Closure: June 24-25, 2024

The Office of Background Investigations will be temporarily closed beginning Monday, June 24, 2024, to Tuesday, June 25, 2024. The OBI Staff will be attending a DPM Leadership Training at the Convention Center in Albuquerque, NM. 

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