Founded in 2000 and headquartered in the Nation’s Capital, FoxWise is a First Nation firm specializing in the provision of IT solutions and services. FoxWise was established to provide IT services to federal government departments and to First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities. As a First Nation company, FoxWise prides itself on working in a meaningful way with communities and clients.

FoxWise holds First Nations values and concepts at its core. We respect the unique cultures and histories of Indigenous communities and employ First Nation approaches in all of our work. FoxWise actively seeks to recruit, train and hire an Indigenous workforce. With extensive experience working with Indigenous communities and government, FoxWise is a strong team of First Nations experts.

Our Vision

FoxWise’s vision is to provide cost-effective, technology-leading solutions to government, First Nations, and corporate clients. Guided by First Nation principles, these solutions aim to address business challenges through effective communication and inclusivity. Additionally, FoxWise is committed to aiding in the development and support of Indigenous self-reliance by offering Technology and Communication Services.

Sam Damm, Founder and President of  FoxWise Technologies Inc. and CLAW Environmental Services Inc., is a visionary leader dedicated to achieving business excellence and empowering Indigenous communities.

From the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation in the Bruce Peninsula, Sam is rooted in community, resilience, and a passion for sustainable development. His Owen Sound, Ontario childhood is marked by lacrosse battles and dirt bike adventures. Now based in the Nation’s Capital, family values are paramount for Sam. His dedication to wife Sofia and their three children is a guiding force in both personal and professional endeavors.

With over two decades of experience, Sam initiates collaboration between Indigenous communities and governments at all levels. As a founding member of The Public Sector Aboriginal Business Association (PSABA), he advocates for progressive policies like Set-Asides and procurement modernization. In 2017, Sam’s strategic vision resonated in the House of Commons, addressing the PSIB, Set-Asides, and the evolution of procurement practices. His extensive experience makes him a sought-after speaker, providing multi-disciplinary solutions at conferences for Indigenous communities and various government levels.

Sam’s impact goes beyond boardrooms and parliamentary chambers. He personally champions Indigenous workforce development, recruiting and training over 50 Indigenous individuals. Empowering communities is at the core of Sam’s mission.

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