Koniag Information Security Services (KSS) is pleased to announce another achievement for the Koniag, Inc. family of companies that includes Frontier Systems Integrator (FSI). Adding to its recent run of government contracting success, rapidly growing KSS competed for and won the five year contract for Security Support Services for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency … Continued
Open Systems Technologies is in the news again. Read the article here.
Koniag company, KISS, has won a Defense Department contract in the amount of $2.9 million for professional, administrative and management support. See listing in the Washington Post here.
The MLive Media Group reports that Koniag Subsidiary, Open Systems Technologies, has made Inc. Magazine’s ‘Fastest Growing’ list. Read the article here.
Click here to read an article published by DBusiness about Koniag Subsidiary, Open Systems Technologies.
Koniag Services, Inc. (KSI) is proud to be named as a winner of the Smart CEO Future 50 Award. This is the first year KSI has applied for and won this award. Read the entire post here.
Meet Koniag’s newest subsidiary: Anderson Construction Company Koniag has been making a concerted effort to diversify businesses as part of our new business model. One of the most exciting developments was the 2012 purchase of a heavy-construction company based in Kodiak. For the past 32 years, Anderson Construction has worked on a diverse range of … Continued
When President Obama and the White House Communications Agency needed a state-of-the-art conference facility, with little time and resources available, they knew where to turn – Scott MacDonald and the Koniag Technology Solutions (KTS) team. MacDonald is a project manager for KTS who provides technical programmatic support to the Presidential Communications Modernization Program Management Office, … Continued
The story of Dowland-Bach begins much the same way as the story for Apple Computers – in a garage. While Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak were orchestrating the oncoming computer revolution, Ed Clinton and his protégé Lynn Johnson were devising solutions to help companies engaged in Alaska’s oil revolution. Oil at Prudhoe Bay, on Alaska’s … Continued
At the Great Alaska Sportsman Show, held in Anchorage March 31-April 3, 2011, Koniag’s Karluk Wilderness Adventures (KWA) introduced its two new ventures: Karluk River Cabins and the Kodiak Brown Bear Center. Both are registered under KWA, a wholly owned subsidiary of Koniag, Inc. On hand to man the booth at the Sportsman Show were … Continued