Special to Atmore News
Poarch Creek Indians Federal Services (PCIFS) secured over $20 million in fiscal year-end contract awards providing critical services to U.S. Federal Agencies including Department of Defense (DoD) customers. Over the past several years, PCIFS has developed into a seasoned government contracting entity performing support services to all branches of the military and multiple federal agencies in Alabama and beyond.
Poarch Band of Creek Indians Chairwoman and CEO Stephanie A. Bryan said,
“We are excited to let Alabamians know about our contracting capabilities. PCI Federal Services and their companies offer services from program management, finance and budget, engineering, construction, manufacturing and communications. I look forward to their continued growth and contributions to Alabama’s economy and beyond.”
The Tribe created PCIFS to serve federal customers, including DoD. The contracts awarded recently include projects to build a modular hospital for the Indian Health Service and provide support for America’s military through the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program.
One of the PCIFS companies, PCI Support Services, will build a new visitor center at the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) Folkston, Georgia.
PCIFS consists of ten companies: Integrated Federal Solutions, Media Fusion, Muskogee Technology, PCI Productions, PCI Support Services, PCI Government Services, PCI Aviation, PCI Technology Services, PCI Manufacturing, and H2PCI.
Poarch Creek Indians Federal Services (PCIFS) was formed by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians to support Federal and DoD customers.
PCIFS is a super 8(a) enterprise and their companies bring more than 25 years of industry-leading expertise in a wide variety of markets. PCIFS provides the common connection and integration that enables collective success.