44 : Apptis Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $349,669,992
Defense revenue: $121,011,835
Civilian revenue: $228,658,157
2006 revenue:
2006 earnings :
2005 revenue: $700 million
2005 earnings:
Number of employees: 1500
Headquarters: Chantilly, Va.
Web address: www.apptis.com
President/CEO: Rene B. LaVigne, president and COO
Lines of business: Applications development, enterprise management, information assurance, network solutions, program management and system engineering
Major customers: Defense Department, Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Aviation Administration, NASA, Small Business Administration and Social Security Administration
Major contracts/projects: Apptis won two seven-year, $5.6 billion IDIQ government-wide acquisition contracts from NASA. The company will provide UNIX, Linux and Windows-based workstations and servers along with peripherals, network equipment, storage devices, IT security infrastructure products and other IT products and services to all federal agencies. The company was also hired by the Army on a $5 billion contract that serves as the primary vehicle for the Army to purchase hardware and supports its enterprise infrastructure and infostructure needs with IT solutions.
Previous Profile: 2006

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