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CNI Acquires Rocus Networks

CNI is pleased to announce the acquisition of Rocus Networks. Rocus Networks a highly specialized cyber security company that provides comprehensive cyber protection via 24-hour monitoring, vulnerability assessments, and managed prevention of cyber attacks. The Rocus Networks team will operate under the managerial control of CNI subsidiary Corvid Technologies, LLC, our Research, Development, Test & Evaluation service division.

Exciting Contract Win for our Research, Development, Test & Evaluation Division

Corvid Technologies, a CNI Family Company, was recently awarded a $223.3 million contract over a five year period for hardware, equipment, and components to build, integrate, and launch sub-orbital flight vehicles for the U.S. Navy, other government organizations, and Foreign Military Sales to Japan. Congratulations to the entire Corvid Team on this outstanding opportunity!

Announcing the Launch of an Immunization Collaborative

Exciting new announcement at the HIMSS 2019 meeting in Orlando, Florida! Floyd Eisenberg, Chickasaw Health Consulting (CHC) Vice President, Standards and Quality, joined Tom Leary, Vice President Government Relations of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), and Rebecca Coyle, Executive Director of the American Immunization Registry Association (AIRA), in announcing the launch of an Immunization Collaborative.

Filtra Marietta Expansion Featured on NPR/KGOU

On a recent episode of KGOU's Business Intelligence Report, Journal Record editor Russell Ray discusses Chickasaw Nation Industries's recent investment, which may benefit both the environment and the oil and gas industry in Oklahoma.

To read or listen to the full interview, please click here

President of Chickasaw Nation Industries (CNI) Health and Technology Solutions Commends First Lady’s Focus on Helping Babies Impacted by the Opioid Crisis

CNI President, Health and Technology Solutions, Ann Speyer participated in a town hall on the opioid crisis with First Lady Melania Trump this past week.

Speaking to a group of students at Liberty University in Virginia in both her official capacity as First Lady and as a mother, Mrs. Trump talked about the devastating effects of opioids, the importance of removing the stigma that comes with addiction to enable individuals to seek help, and the powerful role that students can play in helping to combat this national crisis.

CNI Acquires Technology Trends Group, LLC

CNI is pleased to announce the acquisition of Technology Trends Group, LLC. TTG specializes in telecommunications support for federal and commercial customers. The TTG team possesses deep expertise in cable plant design, network solutions,  contact centers, 5G networks, and IT project management. This acquisition supports CNI’s 2020 Strategic Plan by building deep expertise in areas of future market growth.


Design and Evaluation of a Sensitive, Low Cost and Portable Millimeter Wave Survey Meter

Within CNI’s Civilian Division, the CNI Technical Services, LLC team developed a small, hand-held, portable, low cost, millimeter wave (mmW) meter to detect and display the levels of emissions from L3 ProVision security scanners used in hundreds of airports for detection of contraband and weapons. The meter is intended to measure radiation emissions from this particular scanner and enable the user to enable periodic quality assurance measurements and to see if undesirably high levels were to occur.

Congratulations to the CNI Zika Team on this outstanding achievement!

The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) & ATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) Honor Awards celebrate the best of public service by recognizing the talented and dedicated staff at CDC & ATSDR for their contributions to improve lives and to help make the world a healthier place.   

CNI Helps Health Departments Across the U.S. Respond to Zika Outbreaks

Since January 2015, nearly 5,700 Zika cases have been reported in the continental United States, and more than 37,000 in U.S. territories. When the Zika virus outbreak hit the U.S., many local health departments across the country did not have the capacity to effectively prevent, detect, respond to, and report Zika outbreaks.