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Last modified: September 30, 2013, 5:20 PM
Incorporated in January of 1999 All Native Systems (ANS) began as a provider of telecommunications technology and services. During the intervening years, the company has expanded its operations to include expertise in complete voice and data solutions, managed services, operations, maintenance, training and professional services including program management, public affairs, government services and temporary and permanent staffing for a wide variety of specialized governmental programs. Headquartered in Winnebago, Nebraska on the Winnebago reservation, ANS also maintains domestic and international interests in:
ANS was named the U.S. Department of State Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year for 2007 for its work on critical projects that improved the information technology infrastructure of the Government of Mexico. In honoring ANS, the State Department stated "The projects ANS completed will enhance the institutional capabilities of law enforcement and security personnel to fight and deter terrorism, drug trafficking, and other transnational crimes affecting the well being of citizens in both the United States and Mexico."
ANS is a subsidiary of Ho-Chunk, Inc., (HCI) is the award-winning tribal development corporation wholly owned by the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska. Its mission is to provide economic opportunity and jobs for tribal members. Today, HCI operates eighteen subsidiaries and employs 1,100 people in 8 states and 2 foreign countries. HCI subsidiary operations include information technology, construction, government contracting, retail, wholesale distribution, marketing, media and transportation.