Retired Army Col. Jim Barrineau to Lead Apptis Strategic Cyber Business; President Skip Nowland Comments

Apptis has named retired Army Col. Jim Barrineau to the position of vice president for strategic cyber initiatives.

Barrineau will help Apptis teams create integrated cyber solutions for the Department of Defense and other federal agencies.

“An effective cyber strategy changes the approach of operating and defending the nation’s networks, both military and civilian, while continuing to provide the management oversight that maintains effective information technology programs and compliance in the pursuit of our national interests – political, diplomatic, economic, and military, ” said Skip Nowland, Apptis president and COO. “Jim brings a strategic depth and vision to our core business that will greatly support our commitment to solve these complex problems, and we are honored to have him as part of our team.”

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