A Doyon Company

Arctic Information Technology (Arctic IT), an 8(a) small business and a wholly owned subsidiary of Doyon Government Group (DGG), has been providing industry specific software and technical support to government agencies, commercial businesses, and non-profit organizations for over a decade. Our firm proudly provides a full range of services to clients in several industries that include, but are not limited to, the Federal Government, Tribal Government & Gaming, Not-for- Profit, Oil & Gas, Transportation, and Professional Services.

Doyon Government Group

Doyon Government Group (DGG) is comprised of a family of companies – both large and small businesses – with 8(a), small and disadvantaged business (SDB) set aside certifications and extensive in-house resources.  We offer a full range of domestic and international construction, security, information technology and program support services to federal, state and local government agencies and commercial entities.  Visit Doyon Government Group to learn more.

Doyon Limited

DGG is a subsidiary of Doyon, Limited, an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC) headquartered in Fairbanks, Alaska. Established under the 1971 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), Doyon is the largest private landowner in Alaska, with more than 12.5 million acres allocated to the corporation under ANCSA. Doyon operates a diverse Family of Companies and has built a strong reputation for innovation and technical expertise. Visit Doyon Limited to learn more.

8(a) Business

Arctic IT is also proudly a member of the 8(a) Program which operates in conjunction with the U.S. Small Business Administration 8(a) Business Development Program.  Companies in the 8(a) Program are able to grow into successful viable entities that compete in the U.S business economy, and are able to provide valuable benefits to the communities in which these companies serve.

Benefits of working with an 8(a) business include:

•Participation within the 8(a) Business Development Program encourages federal agencies to contract with and help disadvantaged businesses grow.

• 8(a) businesses are working as U.S. Congress intended, creating economic opportunities and social benefits for entire communities.

•Participation by businesses in the 8(a) program has helped communities develop their own business tools and become active participants in the US economy across all states.

•Contracts awarded to businesses provide good jobs for Americans in virtually every state.