Three branches govern the Navajo Nation. The Executive, The Legislative and The Judicial. All three parts are distinct and separate entities that work together to administer programs and serve the Navajo people.
The 24-member Navajo Nation Council represents communities throughout the Navajo Nation and is serves as the Legislative Branch.
The Judicial Branch consists of a district court (with seven judicial districts located throughout the Navajo Nation, and including a family court division) and a supreme court (located in the Navajo Nation's capital, Window Rock).
The following offices and divisions make up the Executive Branch: