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Kirby Brace: Appsential Continues to Operate Energy Department’s Enterprise Applications

Kirby Brace
Kirby Brace

Appsential LLC has received a $56 million recompete contract to operate and maintain the Energy Department’s financial, procurement and business intelligence applications.

The company will manage DOE’s iManage services that comprise the STARS, STRIPES, IDW and iPortal applications under the five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, Appsential said Jan. 30.

“We look forward to the opportunity to continue our longstanding relationship with DOE and supporting the mission of the department, ” said Kirby Brace, Appsential chief operating officer.

Appsential has been handling the department’s enterprise applications and supporting the business process of the office of chief financial officer and procurement for the last seven years.

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