The Navajo Nation Washington Office (NNWO) is located on Capitol Hill and serves as the Navajo Nation's advocate with Congress, the White House and federal agencies. The NNWO opened in 1984. As a result of the government-to-government relationship, the Navajo Nation has found it necessary to continue the Nation's presence in Washington, DC.
The NNWO serves as an extenstion of the Navajo Nation government to represent the Nation's concerns to the federal government and agencies in Washington, DC.
In addition to monitoring congressional legislation, the NNWO disseminates information on federal agency notices, rules and tribal consultations.
Visit www.nnwo.org and sign up for legislative alerts, newsletters and news releases.