Top ANC and tribally owned contractors

A ranking of the largest Alaska Native Corporations and tribally owned companies in the government information technology market

Company Headquarters 8(a) revenue Total 2008 IT revenue Percent set-aside
Nana Regional Corp. Anchorage, Alaska $473,993,455 $250,466,310 53%
ASRC Federal Greenbelt, Md. $334,044,144 $228,218,483 68%
Chenega Corp. Anchorage, Alaska $307,687,429 $278,100,528 90%
Eyak Technology LLC Anchorage, Alaska $282,841,631 $257,634,750 91%
Chugach Alaska Corp. Anchorage, Alaska $238,663,552 $201,880,336 85%
Alutiiq LLC Anchorage, Alaska $202,063,727 $150,412,531 74%
Bowhead Technical and Professional Services Inc. Alexandria, Va. $140,972,019 $106,126,444 75%
JVYS Huntsville, Ala. $112,433,618 $112,434,591 100%
Cape Fox Corp. Ketchikan, Alaska $98,301,747 $98,293,154 100%
Bristol Bay Native Corp. Anchorage, Alaska $91,889,218 $81,421,970 89%
Tatitlek Corp. Anchorage, Alaska $79,296,320 $74,709,770 94%
Chickasaw Nation Industries Norman, Okla. $77,712,435 $54,240,756 70%

Sources: Washington Technology and Eagle Eye Inc.

Reader Comments

Sun, May 29, 2016 Joseph James California

Tribally Owned Businesses were granted special federal government procurement rights under the SBA 8(a) program as us the same for traditional 8(a) contractors. What has happen is that prime federal government contractors understand the federal regulations and use them to their advantage. There is no reason that all others can do the same. There are 577 Tribal Governments eligible, even here all are not aware of the regulations. Why, Joint Venture with them, this is the way of the 8(a) business program when prime contractors are required to implement a subcontracting plan. Joint Venture is the key and will produce millions of dollars both national and international, income is income.

Fri, Jul 9, 2010

All I can say to you is that you have former Alaskan Senator Stevens to either thank/blame for this. He took care of his "people" when he was a Senator.

Fri, Feb 12, 2010 Ann Matt Tucson, AZ

First off I am a 8(a) small business owner in AZ. As I look at the list of the largest Alaska Native Corporations I still can't believe that we are expected to compete with these corporations. Talk about having the deck stacked against you from the get go! Legitimate Small business, 8(a) owners simply can’t compete with 8(a) Alaska Native Corporations with there extensive and deep pocket resources! In addition, I am still baffled how Alaska Native Corporations keep the 8(a) assembly line churning out 8(a) companies as well! Strongly believe in having an Alaska Native Corporation set-aside program where only Alaskan/Native America owned companies would compete among themselves for work! Then we would have a true small business, 8(a) level playing field and a program that would truly benefit the America taxpayer with legitimately competed work!

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