The Navajo Nation Washington Office is an extension of the Office of the Navajo Nation President and Vice President, and the Navajo Nation Council. As ambassadors of the Navajo Nation Government in Washington DC, we champion the priorities of the Navajo people–t’áá Diné–in the government to government negotiations with federal decision makers.
$20 Million Awarded to the Navajo Nation for Roads
WINDOW ROCK, AZ – The Navajo Nation is proud to announce that it has been awarded a $20 million grant under the Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) program by the United States Department of Transportation. This transformative grant will be used to reconstruct and improve approximately seven miles of Navajo Route 15, stretching from Sunrise Springs, Ariz., to Cornfields, Ariz.
$5.5 Million Awarded to the Navajo Nation for Food Production
WASHINGTON, DC - The Navajo Nation has been awarded $5.55 million in funding from the USDA Local Food Purchase Assistance Plus (LFPA Plus) Program. The award, which will span over two years, is set to greatly enhance food security, bolster the local Navajo economy, and foster agricultural self-sufficiency within the Navajo Nation.