2014 Basic Payroll Tax and End of Year Reporting Workshop
Place: Doubletree Hotel in Flagstaff, AZ (1175 West Route 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86001)
Date: January 6th-7th (Tuesday and Wednesday)
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
Please fax in your registration forms if you plan to attend
Tiffany S. Zerangue
Indian Tribal Governments Specialist
Tax Exempt and Government Entities
(855) 247-5516 fax
For Off Reservation travel please plan in advance and submit your request, budget balance, agenda, cost estimate, expected outcome & accomplishments.
ATTENTION: Navajo Nation Chapters Meeting
Place: Gallup Community Center - Gallup, NM
Date: December 15, 2014
Time: 9 AM - 5 PM
Town Hall Meetings ATTENTION: All Chapters
Dates & Locations:
10/21 Shiprock Chapter House
10/22 Chinle Chapter House
10/23 Navajo Technical University
10/28 Fort Defiance Chapter House
10/29 Tuba City Chapter House
11/11 Sports Center-Window Rock FINALE
On Thursday, June 26, 2014 the Resources and Development Committee unanimously voted 3-0 approving the Legislation 0139-14, “Amending the Plan of Operation for the Navajo Division of Community Development in N.N.C. §1453 and Approving a Plan of Operation for New Administrative Service Centers which will Replace the Local Governance Support Centers as Part of the Decentralization Project Plan”.
With the approval of the Administrative Service Centers (ASC) plan of operation, implementation efforts are underway to transition the Local Governance Support Centers to the ASC. The new ASC department has 38 new positions that it will need to fill. DCD is reaching out to the public to pass along the information to Navajos with degrees that want to return to the Navajo Nation and work closely with the 110 chapters to support accounting development, planning capacity, LGA certification, post-LGA-certification, etc.
The following new positions will be opening up in the near future:
Department Manager II
Senior Accountant (2)
Senior Planner (2)
Please check back periodically as DCD will post details of the Job Vacancy Announcements as soon as they are available from Department of Personnel Management.
The 2014 Mobile Veterinary Unit is requesting for resolutions from chapter communities for spay and neuter services to be delivered to the pets within the community. The iniative is to decrease the roaming dog population. It has been proven that the roaming dogs have the capacity to transport ticks to different areas. During our 2012, testing of reservation dogs proved that the bacteria that causes Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever has been found within our agency dog populations. Attached is our final report from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention on our Epi-Aid study conducted with the CDC.
Please see the following sample resolution for your chapter: