Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker delivered testimony
before the U.S. House Interior Appropriations Subcommittee in
Washington, D.C., addressing the need for Indian
Health Services to restart its joint venture construction program with
tribes this year.
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Cherokee Nation Industries has received Nadcap accreditation for its electronics cable and harness assemblies. Nadcap is the most comprehensive quality control accreditation for special processes within the aerospace industry.
Cherokee Nation continues its master plan of improving access to health
care for its citizens. Tribal officials broke ground today on a project
that nearly doubles the size of Wilma P. Mankiller Health Center in
Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions was recently awarded its first contract with the U.S. Marine Corps. The contract includes a range of services for the Marine Forces Reserve division, which oversees approximately 100,000 marines and 187 training centers throughout the U.S.
Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions is partnering with the U.S. Small Business Administration to host free, onsite training sessions and web-based seminars for native corporations interested in joining the 8(a) program. read more >
Cherokee Nation Construction Resources is managing the construction of a new health center in Jay that will replace the existing Sam Hider Health Center. This is the third of four health centers and one hospital slated for expansion or replacement under the tribe’s $100 million health care improvement plan. read more >
Cherokee Nation is starting construction on a new health center near
Ochelata to replace the tribe’s current health
center in Bartlesville. Work on
the project will be performed by the tribe’s construction arm, Cherokee
Nation Construction Resources.
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All of CNB’s profits are either reinvested into job creation or social services for tribal citizens. CNB and its subsidiaries employ more than 6,000 people and posted more than $600 million in revenue last year.