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was shared with us.  The entertainment was second to none and I was very impressed with the time and energy that Dan Beards put into the weekend.

I always enjoy visiting New York City and Corporate Headquarters but this experience was exceptional.  The entertainment was excellent and the efforts of the senior staff to make us feel welcome and appreciated were very rewarding.   

We had a wonderful time, dinner was very nice, the show was wonderful and it was so nice to meet

Mr. Friedman, Mr. Brandt and Mr. Beards, as well as the other senior managers.  

There was so much color in New York, the lights of Times Square, the throngs of people, the parade, it was very intense.  Thank you, CGS, thank you, Mr. Friedman.

On behalf of the Outsourcing Services & Support Management Team I would like to personally thank each attendee for your  consistent dedication, hard work, and customer focus that positioned you to be recognized for the President's Award.  The example that you set is the model for all future award winners to follow.

David Brandt


David Brandt

Computer Generated Solutions

(CGS) 212-408-3811



New Millennium in Native American Country

June 15, 2000, Eagle Butte, South Dakota:  Computer Generated Solutions, Inc. (CGS) and Lakota Technologies, Inc. (LTI) have entered into a strategic alliance that blends the resources of corporate America with a progressive and visionary American Indian tribe!

CGS, headquartered in New York City, is a $200 million per year corporate information technology leader.  Phil Friedman, himself an immigrant from the Ukraine, founded CGS in 1984.   While under Friedman’s leadership, CGS has grown to be a leader in the fields of information systems engineering and applications development, web-development, E-commerce, technical training, recruiting, call management and help desk support. CGS employs 1,600, providing services to CGS customers at over 15 offices and locations worldwide.

Lakota Technologies, Inc. (LTI) is solely owned and operated by the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, with Tribal headquarters located in Eagle Butte, South Dakota.  The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe was the first American Indian tribe to own and operate a telephone company, and has since expanded tribal business operations to include the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Telephone Authority, Cable Television, Lakota Network (an

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