Apptis wins Air Force medical support work

Apptis Inc. won a four-year, $19 million contract to provide IT support services at four medical treatment centers of the Air Force Air Education and Training Command, the company said today.

Apptis will provide enterprise IT support services to Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Miss., Columbia Air Force Base in Columbus, Miss., and Tyndall Air Force Base in Panama City, Fla. The contract was awarded through the Veterans Affairs Department.

"We look forward to helping develop a consistent, commandwide IT support program and to enhance the support of the enterprisewide legacy and newly deployed applications and systems," said Gloria Kosman, general manager of Apptis' health care unit.

The Air Education and Training Command provides training and education for airmen. Apptis previously worked with the command on several infrastructure upgrades and on-site support projects. The company provides IT enterprise support at more than 65 military treatment facilities worldwide.

Apptis, formerly known as PlanetGov Inc., is a privately held company that offers IT services to federal and commercial customers. Apptis had 2003 revenue of $350 million and expects 2004 revenue of more than $500 million. PlanetGov ranked No. 45 on Washington Technology's 2004 Top 100 list of federal prime IT contractors.

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