Apptis Awarded Spot on $30 Billion FBI IT Deal

Skip Nowland

Apptis is the latest firm to land a spot on the FBI’s $30 billion IT Triple S Contract.

The contract has a one base-year period of performance and seven option years.

The firm will focus on tasks such as systems engineering, operations and maintenance support.

“The FBI requires a high level of systems development and operational expertise, ” President and COO Skip Nowland said. “It is an honor to continue our service to the FBI, its field agents and staff, by providing timely delivery of quality solutions to support the diverse and distributed mission of the FBI.”

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