Navajo Housing Authority (NHA) is the largest Indian housing authority in the country, and is nearly the eighth largest public housing authority in the United States. NHA manages over 8,500 housing units including an additional 2,000 units that NHA funded through sub-recipients. Since 1963, NHA has been providing public housing for the Navajo Nation, the largest Indian tribe in the country.
OUR TECH KNOW LOGICS
At NEZ TECHNOLOGICS LLC, we firmly believe in providing professional technological services with courtesy and respect to our customers. Our goal is to harmoniously integrate technology into any personal or business environment. Technology has been heavily influencing our lives and the way we do business. The efficiency it provides to conduct our daily operations has been extremely beneficial. But as the new systems get more complex, managing them can be cumbersome. Understanding and maintaining the logics of technology is what NEZ TECHNOLOGICS LLC strives for.
Salt River Project has helped shape the West since its founding in 1903 and our history is one of service to the residents of Arizona. As a community-based not-for-profit water and energy company, SRP provides reliable, affordable water and power to more than 2 million people living in central Arizona. SRP has provided these essential resources for more than a century to meet the needs of customers and help the region grow.
Headquartered in the Navajo Nation Capital of Window Rock, Arizona, Navajo Nation Shopping Centers, Inc. manages ten shopping centers, which total more than 3.1 thousand square feet of leaseable space. NNSCI’s approach to managing the centers ensures business growth that provides both management and maintenance services to its tenants. This guarantees that our valued tenants receive personal attention and high value for their rental dollar. Because of our leasing options, NNSCI has maintained an occupancy rate well above industry averages for more than 20 years. We are continually working to upgrade our properties and provide our tenants with attractive, functional space that enables them to effectively compete within our highly competitive border-town consumer marketplaces.
In the City of Farmington's Comprehensive Plan, the vision for our City is:
“Farmington is the progressive, vibrant, scenic, and safe—Center of the Four Corners area that builds bridges among the people it serves, values the environment it occupies, as well as, the history it has, and the hope it offers.”
Navajo CDFI uses capital investment to promote community development and economic growth in the Navajo Nation. NCDFI’s vision is to develop a financial infrastructure across Navajo Nation that utilizes our core values and traditions in powering economic development and fiscal growth. We strive to be a financial catalyst to strengthen and support the Navajo Nation private sector in creating a strong small business economy. Utilizing our flexibility and expertise, we partner with tribal enterprises and governmental entities to create jobs, opportunities, and services to improve the quality of life for Navajo Communities.
For Arrow Indian Contractors, the American Southwest will always have a special place in our hearts. It's the place we built our business, grew our families, partnered with the community, and established our legacy. Over the years, Arrow Indian Contractors has dotted the Southwest with a variety of commercial construction and civil engineering projects. We've helped build the Southwest for more than a quarter century, and in turn, the Southwest has made us who we are today - a superior Native American-owned and operated commercial construction company.
AHEC was established in April 1982 to provide oil and gas well-services, conduct business, economic and higher education consultancy, and to provide waste management services. Our services include business management and technical services that include: feasibility studies, grant writing, business plan and financing, workshop and training.