ChenegaTI Wins Air Force A/V Upgrade Contract

CHANTILLY, Va., September 25, 2018—Chenega Technical Innovations (ChenegaTI), a subsidiary of Alaska Native Corporation (ANC) Chenega Corporation’s MIOS strategic business unit, was awarded a five-year defense contract with the U.S. Air Force to upgrade the audiovisual equipment at MacDill Air Force Base (AFB) in Tampa, Florida.

The service maintenance agreement was awarded under the General Services Administration (GSA) 8(a) STARS II governmentwide acquisition contract (GWAC), a small business set-aside contract vehicle providing flexible access to customized IT solutions from a large, diverse pool of 8(a) industry partners. ChenegaTI has been a proud holder of 8(a) STARS II, classified in both Constellation I and Constellation II, since June 2017.

As a longtime unified communications technology provider for federal agencies, ChenegaTI will provide upgraded equipment, high-definition video teleconferencing and multimedia capabilities, and an updated operating system, for the 6th Air Mobility Wing headquarters at MacDill AFB. The 6th Air Mobility Wing provides air refueling and responsive airlift support around the world.

“ChenegaTI is honored to continue delivering our best-in-class services to the Air Force and our defense customers across the globe,” said Heather Lacroix, ChenegaTI president. “I am proud that our leading solutions in technology and unified communications will help support our partners in the defense industry and, most importantly, our servicemen and women.”

Read more about ChenegaTI’s 8(a) STARS II contract and how to work with us.


About Chenega Technical Innovations
Chenega Technical Innovations, LLC (ChenegaTI) is an ANC-owned subsidiary of Chenega Corporation. Our highly qualified core team of professionals provide military, government and commercial customers with innovative technology solutions. ChenegaTI offers a full range of world-class professional services in areas of Information Technology, Engineering, Technical Operations, Training and more. To learn more, visit