All Native Group has been selected to provide information technology support for the U.S. Army’s Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM) at Fort Huachuca, Ariz., while supporting the Command’s operations around the globe.
All Native Group is the government services division of Ho-Chunk, Inc., the multi-faceted socio-economic development company owned by the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska.
All Native Group will be responsible to monitor NETCOM networks and various digital assets to ensure a continued state of cyber security. In addition to monitoring, All Native Group personnel will manage these assets and rapidly respond should any of them become vulnerable to cyber-attack.
“Our country’s enemies don’t just carry out acts of aggression on the battle field anymore. Instead, we face a constant barrage of digital attacks,” said Tim Blaszkow, Director of Information Technology, Cyber, and Telecommunications. “With this contract, All Native Group will help keep our Soldiers around the world linked up and cyber safe.”
All Native Group is a private, tribally-owned and operated government services provider specializing in training, integrated health services, IT/telecommunications, staffing, professional services, and program management services to U.S. government agencies. For more information on ANG, visit www.allnativegroup.com.
Ho-Chunk, Inc.’s mission is to drive the socio-economic development of the Winnebago people through a world-class tribally-owned company. Founded in 1994 with one employee, Ho-Chunk, Inc. has grown into a diversified corporation with numerous subsidiaries and over 1,000 employees from a variety of ethnic backgrounds and skill sets. Our award-winning business model reinvests in the Winnebago Tribe through programs including employment, housing, education and health. For more information about Ho-Chunk, Inc., visit www.hochunkinc.com.
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