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Staff Development and Training Closing Registrations for Training for FY2024

The memorandum serves to information all that the last day to register for training is to be submitted by end of day Friday, June 28th, 2024. the last day to submit in payments (ICR/Money Orders/Company Checks) is by Friday, July 5th, 2024.

Any registrations we received that has not been paid by July 5th, 2024 will be cancelled. This is to comply with Navajo Office of the Controller's General Accounting with when deposits can be submitted as we are near closing of FY2024. 


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Syphilis Aware: Protect Yourself, Protect Navajo

We’re happy to announce another Syphilis Aware: Protect Yourself, Protect Navajo Health Expo event on Saturday, June 15, 2024 at Gallup Courthouse Square in Gallup, NM. We invite you, your family, and departments to come out to the event. If you’re interested in setting up a table, please fill out the registration form and send it to Kelly Bitsilly at We hope to see you there!


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Navajo Nation Leadership Training

The Navajo Nation Department of Personnel Management (DPM) recently launched an Employee Engagement Survey on April 9, 2024. This survey generated over 600 responses from employees within the Executive, Legislative and Judicial Branch. The outcome of the survey identified how employees feel about their workplaces, their colleagues, and leadership among their respective Divisions, and the number one concern was Leadership training, or therefore lack of.

DPM has coordinated and started the process in conducting a 2-day Leadership Training to take place on June 24th and 25th, 2024 in Albuquerque, NM. This Leadership Training will be for ALL branches of the Navajo Nation Government. This includes Politically Appointed Officials, Division Directors, Deputy Division Directors, Program Managers and Department Managers and those serving in a Supervisory Role. Elected and Appointed Officials are highly encouraged to attend this training as well. Further Details will be provided soon. To pre-register for this training, please click or scan the QR code on the provided flyer. 

Have a great day!

Navajo Nation Department of Personnel Management


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Happy Mother's Day from Department of Information Technology

DIT would like to wish a joyous and love-filled Mother's Day to all the amazing moms out there! Mother's day is your day to shine, laugh, and feel truly appreciated for all the love and care you give every single day. You make the world a brighter and more beautiful place with your endless devotion. Here's to celebrating you today and every day! 💐🌟❤️

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Navajo Police Officer Day

Please be informed that pursuant to Resolution No. CJY-53-20, the Navajo Nation Council found it to be in the best interest of the Navajo Nation to amend Resolution No. CO-64-17 to provide for Navajo Police Officer Day to be an observed day, as distinguished from a paid holiday.

Therefore, the "Navajo Police Officer Day" will no longer be a paid holiday as outlined in the Navajo Nation Personnel Policies Manual (NNPPM). Resolution No. CJY-53-20 provides up to four (4) hours of Administrative Leave to Navajo Nation employees to attend Navajo Nation Police Officer Day events held on the Navajo Nation. 

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Navajo Nation Insurance Commission Election

An election for an Executive Branch representative to the Navajo Nation Insurance Commission (NNIC) will be conducted. There was a previous election held, however, due to the low turnout, a re-election is being held. 

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W9 Reporting

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has updated the Federal W-9 (Rev. 2-2024) in February 2024. Please inform your staff of this change. Accounts Payable is requiring from Vendors that updated 2024 version of the W9. 

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COHR Radio Forum Rebroadcast Flyer

KGAK (1330AM) 10am-12pm

KNDN (960AM/100.1FM) 9am-11am

NTU KCZY (107.3FM) 2pm-5pm 

The purpose of this radio forum is to bring awareness and prevention education to the Navajo Nation on the dangers of both prescription and illicit opioids, including education on fentanyl and resources for treatment and recovery. We would appreciate the opportunity to share this important information to you. Tune into your local radio stations each day to learn about the dangers of opioids

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Veterans Resource Fair

This letter shall serve as an official request on behalf of the Navajo Nation Veterans Administration. The Fort Defiance Agency Veterans Office will be sponsoring a Veterans Resource Fair on May 18, 2024, at the Navajo Nation Fairgrounds inside the Nakai Hall from 8 am to 1 pm. 

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FMD Annual Summarization Schedule

This memorandum is to inform all Navajo Nation Divisions, Departments, Programs, and Branches that our annual "Summarization" of facilities on our current maintenance listing is scheduled to commence on Monday, May 13, 2024.

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Diné Youth 2nd Annual Car Show

We would like to invite you and your team to come out to a community event we are planning and set up a booth. The “Diné Youth 2nd Annual Car Show” is set to take place on Friday, July 19th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. This will be taking place at our complex, located in Fort Defiance, Arizona behind That’s-A-Burger. This benefit car show is meant to bring recognition to “Hogan Hozhoni,” a childcare home, located in St. Michaels, AZ.

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Press Release - Groundbreaking to bring Navajo Vital Records and Child Support Services to Eastern Agency

CROWNPOINT, N.M. — Executive Director of the Navajo Division of Human Resources, Debbie Nez Manuel, participated in a groundbreaking ceremony in Crownpoint, New Mexico on Friday, alongside Navajo Nation President Buu Nygren and Speaker of the 25th Navajo Nation Council Crystalyne Curley.

The event marked a significant moment for her division as two critical programs, the Navajo Office of Vital Records & Identification, and the Navajo Nation Department of Child Support Services, are set to start offering services to Navajo communities in the Navajo Eastern Agency.

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Wright Express (WEX) Fueling Credit Card - Services Restored

Our services with the Wright Express {WEX) off reservation fuel cards have been restored, so please proceed with the card usage for all off-reservation travels; all processes prior to WEX usage and it's stipulations before the interruption will remain the same. All local agency bulk fuel stations will continue serving our local Navajo Nation vehicles within the confinements of the Navajo reservation.


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First Aid/CPR/AED Trainings for May 2024 to July 2024

Staff Development and Training Department has the following dates scheduled for First Aid/CPR/AED Trainings 

Fee for the training is $70.00 plus tax (6%) per individual and a maximum of 20 participants per session. 

Payments can be made with ICRs, Money Order, or Company Checks. No Cash Payment.

For information, you can contact Staff Development at:

Phone: 928-871-6691


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Precautionary Measures

All departments and programs whom have assigned vehicles parked in designated lots should conduct assessments for any signs of break-ins or damage. 


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This memorandum shall serve as a Final Notice to all Navajo Nation Programs, Departments, Division, and Chapters, Risk Management Program is no longer accepting FY 2024 Underwriting Exposure Summary (UES) forms.


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April 2024 DCD Newsletter

The April 2024 edition of the DCD Newsletter is now available. The DCD Newsletter is published monthly and provides information relevant to DCD, chapters, and Navajo Nation employees.

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Happy Administrative Professional Day!

From the Department of Personnel Management to the administrative professionals who go above and beyond to keep our Navajo Nation Programs and offices running smoothly: thank you for your dedication, expertise, and willingness to help whenever needed.

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2024 Annual Youth Hunt

The Navajo Nation Department of Fish and Wildlife is sponsoring the 2024 Annual Youth Hunt for Navajo youth between the ages of 12 and 16 who have an interest in hunting but don't have anyone to teach them the basics of hunting and outdoor life. 

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