Skip Nowland, Apptis to Support State Dept.’s SIMS Project

Apptis won a contract to support the State Department’s Security Information Management System (SIMS).

Skip Nowland

The deal carries a value of $8 million with a base year of performance and a one-year option.

“We fully understand the magnitude and importance of this program, and how it will enable DoS to comply with federal security clearance reform initiatives, ” said Skip Nowland, president and COO of Apptis. “Our SIMS vision is a solution that will achieve clearance and business process reform and enhance overall background investigation services for State, reducing clearance delays, increasing quality, and achieving requisite operational efficiencies. We are exceptionally proud of our long-term partnership with the Department of State and feel well positioned to provide this system for our client.”

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