In 2017, CIRI set an ambitious goal: to grow the company’s asset base to $1 billion. This encompasses everything the company owns, including the value of our business operations, investments, buildings, real estate and equipment.
The Alaska Law Review recently published an article focusing on the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Section 7(i). It was co-written by Ethan Schutt, CIRI’s senior vice president, Land and Energy Development.
You learn a lot over more than two decades with the same employer. In the case of original CIRI shareholder Marie Stewman (Alutiiq), that includes discovering what it’s like to walk a mile in the shoes of the president and CEO.
For her role in strengthening communities through a commitment to improving Alaska’s social, economic and civic life, CIRI shareholder Susan Anderson, president and CEO of The CIRI Foundation (TCF), received the 2018 Distinguished Service to the Humanities in Leadership award.
CIRI’s Information Technology (IT) department has come up with tips to help average users protect their devices. Read on for ways to increase your security awareness and help prevent cyber-attacks before they happen.
CIRI’s Take the Next Generation to Work Day kicked off with seven young shareholders and descendants arriving Jan. 15 at the Fireweed Business Center, ready to learn about the company and experience what’s involved in and required for future jobs they may be interested in.
IRS 1099 forms for the 2017 tax year were mailed to shareholders on January 31, 2018. The proper IRS forms and schedules to use when completing your tax return may vary depending on the types of CIRI payments received.
The mission of CIRI is to promote the economic and social well-being and Alaska Native heritage of our Shareholders, now and into the future, through prudent stewardship of the company’s resources, while furthering self-sufficiency among CIRI Shareholders and their families.
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Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI) is one of 12 regional corporations established in Alaska by the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971. CIRI is owned by over 9,200 Shareholders, primarily of Athabascan, Southeast Indian, Inupiat, Yup’ik, Alutiiq/Sugpiaq and Aleut/Unangax descent.