New Holding Company Combines Multiple Operations

“At Sealaska Governmnet Services, we are working to capture the best policies and procedures of all of our subsidiaries and implement them SGS wide,” said SGS Vice President Kent Rasmussen. “Our goal is to operate SGS with standard processes, which can help reduce risk and increases predictability and efficiency.  At the same time, SGS is continually aiming to be service oriented to its subsidiaries. This unified effort has led to camaraderie and a deeper appreciation and pride for great work going on across Sealaska.”

(Pictured right Kent Rasmussen)

Sealaska Government Services (SGS) is a holding company that provides services in environmental remediation, data management and analytics and construction management.  Instead of just focusing on new businesses in niche markets, SGS can target larger, more complex business opportunities that require the combined strength of several subsidiaries.  The SGS group includes multiple companies as listed in the chart to the right.

SGS is the result of Sealaska’s six point strategic plan key initiatives, specifically Improved and Efficient Operating Culture and Create Growth-Oriented Operating Entities.  By flattening Sealaska’s operating structure, SGS is able to focus on leveraging core competencies, partnerships and resources that will lead Sealaska into exciting new markets, industries, and ventures. SGS staff also provides common administrative services to the subsidiaries including certain accounting, business development, contract administration, and human resources functions.

“At SGS, we are working to capture the best policies and procedures of all of our subsidiaries and implement them SGS wide,” said SGS Vice President Kent Rasmussen. “Our goal is to operate SGS with standard processes, which can help reduce risk and increases predictability and efficiency.  At the same time, SGS is continually aiming to be service oriented to its subsidiaries. This unified effort has led to camaraderie and a deeper appreciation and pride for great work going on across Sealaska.”
 

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