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Doyon, Limited

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Doyon, Limited headquarters building in downtown Fairbanks, AK.
Doyon, Limited headquarters building in downtown Fairbanks, AK.
The front of Doyon's headquarters building in downtown Fairbanks.
The front of Doyon's headquarters building in downtown Fairbanks.

Doyon, Limited is one of twelve Alaska Native regional corporations established by Congress under the terms of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) in 1971. Established on June 26, 1972, as a for-profit corporation pursuant to the ANCSA of 1971. ANCSA addressed the aboriginal claim to the land by Alaska Native people by mandating the formation of for-profit corporations representing different regions of the state.

With more than 12.5 million acres of land in Alaska allocated to the corporation under ANCSA, Doyon is the largest private landholder in Alaska and one of the largest in North America.

The majority of Doyon shareholders are of Athabascan descent. Many shareholders continue to live in rural villages within the Doyon region and maintain a traditional subsistence lifestyle, which depends on hunting, fishing, and trapping.

Doyon operates a diverse family of companies, including more than a dozen for-profit companies across the nation.

Officers and directors

Doyon is led by a 13-member Board of Directors who are elected by shareholders. Elections are held during the Annual Shareholders Meeting.

The Doyon articles of incorporation contain a formula that determines the number of Board seats that must be held by a rural directors. Rural directors are defined as shareholders who reside within the Doyon/Tanana Chiefs Conference region but outside of the Fairbanks North Star Borough. Currently, rural directors must hold 20 percent of the 13 Board, or a minimum of three seats. Shareholders may elect any number of rural directors at any time.

Notable members include Emil Notti, key developer of ANCSA, past President of Doyon and AFN; Morris Thompson, past President of Doyon; Mary Jane Fate, a founding member of Fairbanks Native Association and Institute for Alaska Native Arts, a lobbyist for ANCSA; and Poldine Carlo, a founding member of Fairbanks Native Association.

A current listing of Doyon, Limited's officers and directors, as well as documents filed with the State of Alaska since Doyon's incorporation, are available online through the Corporations Database of the Division of Corporations, Business & Professional Licensing, Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development.[1]

Shareholders

At incorporation, Doyon, Limited enrolled 9,061 Alaska Native shareholders,[2][3] each of whom received 100 shares of Doyon stock. A 1989 amendment to ANCSA granted regional corporations the right to enroll qualified Natives born after 1971, and in March 1992 Doyon shareholders voted to give stock to Native children born between 1971 and 1992, adding 5,487 additional shareholders to Doyon's rolls,[3] bringing the total number of shareholders to over 14,000.[2][3] Shareholders at that time also voted to give an additional 100 shares of stock to 646 elders who had reached age 65 by December 1992.[3]

At the 2007 annual shareholder meeting in March 2007, Doyon shareholders voted to extend enrollment to eligible descendants of original Doyon shareholders who were born after 1992, and also to give additional shares of stock to elders who turned age 65 after 1992.[4] This will result in a potential additional enrollment of about 5,925 children by 2011; an estimated 1,227 elders who will turn age 65 by 2011 will also receive additional shares of Doyon stock.[3]

As an ANCSA corporation, Doyon has no publicly traded stock and its shares cannot legally be sold.

Lands

Doyon's land entitlement under ANCSA is about 12.5 million acres (50,600 km²), making Doyon the largest private landholder in Alaska and among the largest private landowners in North America. The Doyon region encompasses a vast region in Interior Alaska, from Brooks Range in the north to the Alaska Range, and from Alaska's border with Canada in the east extending westward nearly to the shores of Norton Sound. As of March 2007, about 9.8 million acres (40,000 km²) have been conveyed, including 6.6 million acres (27,000 km²) in surface and subsurface estate (fee Owned) and 3.2 million acres (13,000 km²) of subsurface estate corresponding to surface estate owned by villages corporations in the Doyon region.

Explore the millions of acres of Doyon lands in the Alaskan Interior:

·        Alatna

·        Allakaket

·        Anvik

·        Beaver

·        Birch Creek

·        Black River (Draanjik River)

·        Blackburn

·        Bob Johnson Lake

·        Chalkyitsik

·        Circle

·        Dot Lake

·        Eagle

·        Evansville

·        Flat

·        Fort Yukon

·        Fortymile

·        Galena

·        Grayling

·        Healy Lake

·        Holy Cross

·        Hughes

·        Huslia

·        Kaltag

·        Kaltag South

·        Kandik East

·        Kandik West

·        Koyukuk

·        Manley Hot Springs

·        McGrath

·        Minto

·        Mystery Mountains

·        Nenana

·        Nikolai

·        Northway

·        Nulato

·        Rampart

·        Ruby

·        Ruby East

·        Seventymile

·        Shageluk

·        Sithylemenkat

·        Stevens Village

·        Takotna

·        Tanacross

·        Tanana

·        Tanana West

·        Telida

·        Wiseman

Business enterprises

Under federal law, Doyon, Limited and its majority-owned subsidiaries, joint ventures and partnerships are deemed to be "minority and economically disadvantaged business enterprise[s]" (43 USC 1626(e)).

Doyon operates rigs built to safely handle Alaska’s extreme North Slope. Deliver utilities to three major military facilities. Rank among the nation’s elite in strategic port security. Doyon operates more than a dozen for-profit companies—both joint ventures and subsidiaries—driving hundreds of jobs in Alaska and beyond.

Explore Doyon's Family of Companies

Doyon Drilling, Inc (DDI) operates in the harshest environments on the North Slope of Alaska, with eight of the most unique oil and gas land drilling rigs specially designed to drill oil wells in extreme conditions. With in-house training departments, DDI provides adaptable methods and material to meet ever-changing industry requirements.

Doyon/Aramark JV manages a long-term concession contract for the National Park Service to provide transportation services and bus tours; operate campgrounds, facilities, retail, food, and beverages outlets; and manage reservations in Denali National Park and Preserve.

Doyon Remote Facilities and Services (DRFS) provides clean, comfortable, contemporary accommodations and camp services in remote locations throughout Alaska. DRFS ventures to make its camps as welcoming as possible. With a long list of amenities, modern styling, and excellent service.

Doyon Anvil has provided engineering-design and procurement services to oil and gas customers in Alaska since 1984, when the Alaska office was opened. The additional and unique safety concerns for designing and executing work in Alaska is not overlooked. Since their first project on the North Slope, they have had a company and personal commitment to safety, both in design and work practices.

Doyon Associated, LLC (DAL) specializes in arctic pipeline construction and associated infrastructure. DAL has an established presence in Alaska with offices in Fairbanks and Anchorage, and shop facilities in Fairbanks and Deadhorse/Prudhoe Bay. DAL maintains contractor and business licenses with the state of Alaska.

Mid-Alaska Pipeline (MAP) owns and operates a 2.3-mile buried pipeline system in North Pole, Alaska. MAP purchased this pipeline system from Golden Valley Electric Association in 2019.

Doyon Utilities is the largest utility privatization contract ever awarded by the U.S. military to date. Under the privatization contract, Doyon Utilities assumed direct ownership of 12 utility systems at three U.S. Army bases and now operates these under a 50-year utility contract, with associate utility easements.

Doyon Government Group is composed of two major groups, Construction and Information Technology, offering a full range of domestic services to federal, state, and local government agencies.

Arctic Information Technology, Inc. is a highly awarded technology company specializing in managed services and business application services.

designData is a managed technology company that simplifies IT for information workers. They partner with clients to reboot IT departments and solve technology issues in a consultative, strategic way — right from the beginning.

Doyon Natural Resources Development manages Doyon’s 12.5 million acres that fan out across an area the size of France. These lands are rich with world-class deposits of gold and base metals as well as sedimentary basins favorable for oil and gas deposits.

As Doyon manages the development of these resources, shareholders benefit through long-term employment opportunities and dividends. Because Doyon employs environmentally sound and responsible practices, traditional activities like hunting, fishing, and trapping are spared from negative impact, and the land continues to sustain the Native way of life.

Northstar Spectrum/Northstar Wireless is an important part of Doyon, Limited’s diverse portfolio — and has been for many years. We view telecommunications as a strategic investment and one that can be particularly beneficial to our shareholders, many of whom do not have access to reliable wireless services. Our past investments in telecommunications have been quite successful, with one of our subsidiaries ultimately growing into the well-known Cricket Wireless.

Kantishna Roadhouse is located Ninety miles into the remote wonders of Denali National Park offering a full-service, backcountry lodge that combines views of Denali with superb accommodations and old-fashioned, Alaska hospitality.

Kantishna Wilderness Trails offers private tour bus for day trips deep into the Kantishna mining district in the heart of Denali National Park. As our knowledgeable drivers guide visitors through the entire length of the Park road, guests gain a sense of the region’s history as well as its fascinating geology. Take in the mountain — and the bears, caribou, fox, moose, wolves, and the birds that make Denali their natural home.

Northern Laundry Services, LLC offers quick and convenient wash-dry-fold laundry services.

Doyon Foundation was established as a separate nonprofit charitable organization in 1989 by Doyon, Limited. Doyon Foundation’s mission is to provide educational, career and cultural opportunities to enhance the identity and quality of life for Doyon shareholders. Doyon Foundation carries out its mission by providing basic and competitive scholarships, works with organizations to place interns, and advances traditional Native knowledge by partnering with various organizations.

See also

References

  1. ^ Corporations Database. Doyon, Limited. Division of Corporations, Business & Professional Licensing, Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development. Retrieved on 2007-03-27.
  2. ^ a b Doyon, Limited. (2007). "Doyon History." Archived April 2, 2007, at the Wayback Machine Retrieved on 2007-03-27.
  3. ^ a b c d e Doyon, Limited. (2007). "New Enrollment." Archived December 17, 2004, at the Wayback Machine Joining Generations. Retrieved on 2007-03-27.
  4. ^ Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. (2007-03-20). "Doyon to give stock to young and old: Profits were up 36%; distribution's aim is to strengthen culture." Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2007-03-27.

External links

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