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Federal 8(a) Contracting

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HERNDON, Va. — A joint venture of Alaska Native-owned Akima has been awarded a contract to provide operations and management services at an Oklahoma City airbase. 

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MASHANTUCKET, Conn. — A subsidiary of Mashantucket Pequot-owned Command Holdings has secured its first government contract under the tribal entity’s control. 

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HERNDON, Va. — Alaska Native-owned Akima Infrastructure Services will provide staff augmentation services at two Department of Energy nuclear facilities as part of a four-year, $63 million federal contract. 

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Alaska Native-owned Yulista Holding LLC has scooped up a pair of woman-owned companies in recent weeks as it seeks to bolster its technical service offerings and expand its cybersecurity and technology portfolio.

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Mashantucket Pequot Nation-owned Command Holdings aims to make a bigger play for federal dollars through its acquisition of government contractor WWC Global LLC.

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ATMORE, Ala. — Tribally owned Poarch Creek Indians Federal Services understands the value proposition in buying strong-performing companies with existing federal contracts. 

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After investing in or creating an array of portfolio companies in recent years, tribally owned Tepa LLC is focused on positioning the businesses for long-term growth and identifying ways to enhance Native economies. 

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — For Austin Tsosie, there’s never a second to lose when it comes to jumping on a new opportunity, so much so that he’ll create a new corporation before he even knows how it will make money.

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PEMBROKE, N.C. — The business arm of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina aims to leverage Native American advantages in federal contracting to help grow the tribe’s economy.

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A temporary rule change could spark competition and open opportunities for small 8(a) construction businesses, at least for the next year.