Our Story

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FAA Section 333 Exemption
June 2015

Tukuh Technologies, LLC, is a tribally-owned 8(a) information technology company that develops innovative solutions tailored to our clients' specific needs. We deliver a full range of geospatial, managed IT and staff augmentation services to federal, state, municipal and commercial clients across the country faster and more cost-effectively than ever before.

With nearly 200 years of combined technology experience, we bring an extraordinary depth of knowledge and expertise to each project, allowing us to create targeted solutions that meet - and exceed - today's evolving requirements.


We used a drone video from Tukuh that made a big impact in the approval of the project. The “bird’s eye view” video allowed our residents a better understanding of the proposal. It helped them visualize the scope of the project and gave them a sneak peek of how the expansion would look upon completion.
— Lake Winnebago Home Owners Association
Tukuh Technologies has delivered excellent work at every step of the way and made it look easy. They are easy to work with, unpretentious and competent at an expert level. They are adaptable, open and learn as they go, finding solutions they haven’t tried before to new problems. Great team and teamwork with the client!
— M. Kimberly Lowe, Manager, Insular Fisheries Monitoring Program, Western Pacific Fisheries Information Network

Our Tribe

The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians is a Lower 48 Tribe based in Northern California, east of the Coastal Range in what is now known as Tehama and Glenn counties. The Tribe actively supports its members and surrounding residents through diversified business holdings and contributions to community organizations from the Rolling Hills Casino Foundation. In addition to the technology, construction, environmental consulting and fuel systems services companies owned through Tepa, the Tribe owns the Rolling Hills Casino, The Links at Rolling Hills golf course and an equestrian event center in Corning, California.

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