WINNEBAGO, Neb. | A Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska company has won a $23 million federal contract to provide support services to NASA, a release from the tribe issued Tuesday said.
All Native Inc. will perform the work at NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C., and at all NASA Goddard Space Flight Center facilities across the U.S., the release said.
The Office of Human Capital Management Professional Services contract starts Sept. 1.
Support services will include recruitment projects, ongoing staffing and classification services, training, coaching, leadership development, organizational effectiveness, career development, labor relations and more.
All Native Inc. is a company within Ho-Chunk Inc.’s All Native Group division. Ho-Chunk Inc. is the tribe’s economic development arm.
The All Native Group consists of companies involved in communications, information technology, managed services, operations and maintenance and training.
All Native Inc. competed for the contract with other companies in the U.S. Small Business Association 8(a) Business Development Program, the release said. The program helps small disadvantaged businesses participate in the open market by offering mentoring, business counseling, training and financial assistance.
“Ho-Chunk Inc. is thrilled to start this valuable relationship with NASA,” said Lance Morgan, Ho-Chunk president and CEO. “Ho-Chunk Inc. and its companies work hard to provide customers with the best service and fair pricing. We appreciate NASA’s decision to work with All Native Inc. on this contract, and we look forward to working with them in September.”
Incorporated in 2008, All Native Inc. provides network services, information technology solutions, expertise in complete voice and data solutions, training and other services, the release said.