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DIT Launches Microsoft 365

The Department of Information Technology is pleased to announce the successful procurement of Microsoft 365 licenses for all users. This investment empowers our workforce with advanced tools to enhance productivity, collaboration, and communication, ultimately improving services for the Navajo community.

How to get started with the Microsoft Authenticator App

See Video Below

Multi Factor Authentication

What is multi factor authentication?

MFA stands for Multi-Factor Authentication. It's a security measure used to ensure that individuals trying to gain access to an online account or system are who they say they are. MFA requires users to provide two or more different types of verification before they can access their account. These factors typically fall into three categories:

  • Something you know: This could be a password, a PIN, or answers to security questions.
  • Something you have: This is usually a physical device, such as a smartphone or a hardware token, that generates a one-time code.
  • Something you are: This refers to biometric data, such as fingerprints or facial recognition.

To request a hardware token, download the form below

Microsoft 365 comes with

Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365) is a cloud-based subscription service that combines the familiar Microsoft Office desktop suite with a collection of online services for productivity, collaboration, and communication. It's designed for individuals, businesses,

Mission Statement

To provide efficient, reliable, cost-effective services through state of the art technology for the Navajo Nation.


Vision Statement

Knowledgeable & Innovative IT Solutions


Broadband & Network
Consultations, Installations, Configurations


PC & Desktop Application Software


Application & Database Software


Navajo Nation Department of Information Technology - (DIT)
Tribal Hill Drive
Building #2498, W008-076
P.O. Box 5970
Window Rock, AZ 86515

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