CNI acquired Rocus Networks, a company that specializes in advanced cyber security services.
CNI acquired Technology Trends Group, a company that specializes in the telecommunications industry.
CNI achieves its highest revenue to date.
CNI acquired Filtra-Systems, a company that specializes in filtration system technology.
CNI acquired Corvid Technologies, a company that specializes in computational physics to provide unique modeling solutions to its customers.
CNI acquired A+ Government Solutions, Inc., a government contracting company based in Arlington, VA and Bullet Energy Service, LLC, a midstream energy company based in South Central Oklahoma.
CNI purchase the headquarters building at 2600 John Saxon Blvd in Norman, Oklahoma.
CNI acquired a 100,000 square foot manufacturing plant in Marietta, OK.
CNI became a holding company with multiple subsidiaries when it acquired Datacom, a government contracting company based in Oklahoma City, OK. New field offices were opened in Albuquerque, NM and Atlanta, GA.
CNI received its first contract from the U.S. Army for construction of leased modular barracks at Ft. Benning, GA. CNI received the U.S. Army DENCOM CONUS contract resulting in the opening of the San Antonio, TX field office.
CNI Inc.’s 8(a) status was approved by the Small Business Administration.
CNI, Inc. was granted a Federal Charter by the Department of Interior under Title 25 United States Code Section 503, the Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act.