Seneca Solutions is a Tribally-owned Small Disadvantaged Business participating in the U.S. SBA 8(a) Business Development Program. We offer a full range of domestic and international mission critical technology capabilities and solutions to federal agencies. In today’s challenging fiscal environment, federal agencies need the right partners who can help them advance mission goals through the use of efficient and innovative IT, engineering, administrative and program management solutions.
Seneca Solutions, a Seneca Nation Group company, is one of the wholly-owned subsidiaries of Seneca Holdings, LLC, which is the business arm of the Seneca Nation of Indians. The Seneca Nation is known as the “Keeper of the Western Door” and is located in Western NY. Seneca Nation Group generates over $100 million in annual revenue from diverse business enterprises focused in both commercial and government markets that directly supports over 8,000 Seneca shareholders. This financial backing provides us the stability to confidently assert that we can meet the federal agency requirements in ways not normally available from small businesses.
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Seneca Holdings, LLC is the investment arm of the Seneca Nation of Indians, and has unique sovereign advantages that help to create value for our stakeholders. Seneca Holdings, LLC was founded with a broad mandate: to diversify the Seneca Nation’s revenue streams beyond the gaming and tobacco industries and to usher in a new era of nation and region building.
The Seneca Nation of Indians, one of the six nations of the Iroquois Confederacy, continues to occupy sovereign land set aside by the Treaty of Canandaigua in 1794. It traditionally controlled trade and protected the Western territories, earning the title “Keeper of the Western Door.” The Seneca Nation currently has over 7,700 enrolled members, holds title to five territories in Western New York, including territories in Niagara Falls and Buffalo, and operates a $1.1 billion economy that employs more than 6,300 people, native and not.