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American Indian Consulting Services, Inc. (AICS), a subsidiary of Native American Development Corporation (NADC), has been committed to its community, employees, and partners since 2011. We are an advocate for native-owned companies, organizations, and entrepreneurs. AICS proudly provides exceptional service to various government agencies, private sector entities, and non-profit organizations. Every project is carefully planned with attention to detail, strategically budgeted, managed by experienced and professional team members, and executed with implemented comprehensive controls resulting in an overall quality product and experience. AICS helps bridge the gap between tribal communities and various entities. We accomplish this through building relationships through trust, respect, tactfulness, and discernment.

Below are some of our NAICS codes and Certifications that position us strategically as a powerful asset for your organization:

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AICS’ NAICS Codes

541611 Administrative Management
236210 Industrial Building Construction
541810 Advertising Agency Consulting Services
561920 Convention and Trade Show Organizers
561210 Base Facilities Operation Support Services
611430 Professional & Management Development Training
541618 Other Management and Consulting services
541990 All other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

AICS’ Certifications

  • SBA 8(a) Certified
  • Hubzone Certified
  • Native American Owned
  • Indian Small Business Economic Enterprise (ISBE)
  • Small Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (SDBE)

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    “I do not think the measure of a civilization is how tall its buildings of concrete are, but rather how well its people have learned to relate to their environment and fellow man.”

    – Sun Bear, Chippewa –