All Native Link JV to provide IT support to DHHS Federal Occupational Health Center for Technology and Innovation

All Native Link JV, an All Native Group company, will provide information technology service management support services to the Department of Health and Human Services’ (DHHS) Federal Occupational Health (FOH) Center for Technology and Innovation in Salt Lake City.

The company’s recently awarded $22M contract marks the first time an All Native Group company will perform work for a DHHS entity.

“The Center for Technology and Innovation is the central information support group for Federal Occupational Health (FOH) and serves more than 3,000 customers,” said Heath Rist, Vice President of All Native Group. “As the primary provider in the contract, the entire All Native Group team is excited for this opportunity to support their IT services.”

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. Revenue from government contracts such as this has a direct impact on the reservation and the communities in which Ho-Chunk, Inc. does business.


All Native Group is a private, tribally-owned and operated government services provider that works principally in the Department of Defense and Department of State sectors. ANG was founded in 1999 to provide training, technology, staffing, and program management services to U.S. government agencies. Today, the approximately 800 members of our global workforce perform with excellence and dedication in over ten countries, on five continents, in some of the world’s most challenging regions. For more information on ANG, visit

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