As an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC), Akima has a dual mission: enabling superior outcomes for its customers while simultaneously creating a long-lived asset for its more than 14,000 Iñupiat shareholders. Central to achieving this mission is a strong set of core values that govern not only the way the company operates, but also the way its employees live:
- Honesty and integrity govern Akima’s activities
- Everyone will be treated with dignity and respect
- Commitments made will be fulfilled
“It’s important to me as an Akima employee to uphold these values every day, as they are expected by my employer, and are the same values my ancestors have lived by for centuries,” said Aja Mann, a marketing specialist and Akima shareholder.
Akima believes in transparency and openness and ensures the company always takes responsibility for its actions. Team members continuously work on ways to improve customer intimacy, with the company continuing to find new ways to reinvent itself to remain agile.
For thousands of years, the people of the NANA region fought for survival in one of the harshest environments in the world. Today, Akima continues to demonstrate that same hard work and resilience, delivering consistently on its promises to customers, shareholders, and employees alike.
Akima is a global enterprise powering some of the most critical work in the federal government – from facilities, maintenance, and repair; to information technology; logistics; protective services; systems engineering; mission support; furniture, fixtures & equipment (FF&E); and construction.
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