Eyak Development Corporation

EDC, a Small Disadvantaged Business, is a provider of healthcare services, information technology, project management, communication solutions, and infrastructure services to the U.S. Government. Established in 1975, EDC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Eyak Corporation, an Alaska Native Village Corporation (ANC).

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