Apptis, headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia, is ranked as one of the Top 20 Federal Integrators, a leading provider of IT solutions and services for government and industry. Since 1983, Apptis has been applying leading technologies to diverse needs, delivering solutions that are agile, trusted, and business-aligned for optimized performance. Formed through the merger of PlanetGov and several IT companies in 2003, Apptis acquired SETA Corp. in 2004.
Apptis has extensive experience delivering solutions for organizations in key commercial market sectors and all major federal agencies and branches of the military. We employ over 1,000 seasoned professionals in 30 states, the District of Columbia, one U.S. territory, and through seven countries, giving us the professional strength and global geography to deliver solutions anytime, anywhere.
Apptis holds a top secret security clearance for its Chantilly and McLean, VA facilities and a secret facility clearance for its Bethesda, MD office. Apptis also implements quality control processes on all of its contracts. Apptis has a corporate quality control plan that is ISO 9001:2000 certified and registered. Apptis is also certified to CMMI Level 2 and completed CMMI SCAMPI appraisal in November 2006.
Apptis specializes in the support of mission critical federal programs through large multi-year enterprise wide contracts and has annual revenue of $700 million. Apptis is currently supporting the Office of Naval Research (ONR), SPAWAR Headquarters, NAVSEA at several locations, the U.S. Marine Corps, and Naval medical facilities around the world. Apptis have subcontractors with Navy experience at COMNAVAIRLANT, Office of Naval research and SPAWAR, to name a few.
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$100 million to $750 million
Top Secret Work
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- Border control
- Information technology
- Law enforcement
- Naval operations
- Nuclear operations
- Building and personal security
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