46 : Nana Regional Corporation Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $332,528,981
Defense revenue: $173,212,195
Civilian revenue: $159,316,786
2006 revenue: $805.8 million
2006 earnings : $16 million
2005 revenue: $526.9 million
2005 earnings: $10.8 million
Headquarters: Kotzebue, Alaska
Web address: www.nana.com
President/CEO: Marie Kasannaaluk Greene, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Shelby Stastny, vice president, government contracting
Lines of business: Professional services, contracting services, lodging and hotel management and oilfield and mining support
Major customers: Federal Bureau of Investigations, Defense Department, Homeland Security Department and Interior Department
Major contracts/projects: TKC Communications, a subsidiary of Nana, provides information technology solutions for the Interior Department''s Minerals Management Service. The company''s work includes design, implementation and administration services for Active Directory, Microsoft Exchange, Network Infrastructure and Help Desk requirements across the agency''s enterprise
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