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According to Cayuse Government Services Executive Managing Director Randy Willis, “Many of our federal jobs are performed at client sites across the United States, such as military locations. However, we have won an expansion contract for the Department of Defense and in 2022 we will expand the job opportunities at our Umatilla Reservation headquarters.”
Cayuse Commercial Services Executive Managing Director Robert Kovach notes that the non-government contract teams are also growing in 2022. We are moving into some new areas and expanding our reach with current client projects.
The online open house sessions will shed light on new and current Cayuse jobs, company benefits, and the federal security clearance process (necessary for some government contract jobs). The event will feature presentations from executive leadership, team leads, recruiters and others who will also answer questions from participants.
Over the past three years, Cayuse has tripled its revenue and doubled its workforce by expanding into the government-contracting arena.
Cayuse Holdings and its subsidiaries employ approximately 500 people who are stationed on the Umatilla Reservation, around the United States and overseas. For more information about the company, go to www.cayuseholdings.com or find them on LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram as Cayuse Holdings.
Cayuse Technologies started in 2006 as a strategic alliance between the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and Accenture to create a US-based alternative to offshore delivery centers. Cayuse was expanded in 2018 by adding a holding company, which consists of 12 subsidiary companies, including the original Cayuse Technologies. Cayuse Holdings is headquartered near Pendleton, Oregon and has a regional office in Honolulu, Hawaii. Cayuse Holdings is wholly owned by the CTUIR and is a foremost provider of certified solutions for commercial, government and tribally-owned customers.