MCLEAN, VA, and NEW ORLEANS, LA, June 4, 2004 – ITS Services, Inc. (ITS Services) and Science & Engineering Associates, Inc. (SEA) today announced the joint company’s post-merger name, Apogen Technologies, and outlined the company vision moving forward under the new name.
The new company brand emphasizes Apogen’s inventive and resourceful approach in using technology to find creative solutions to customers’ challenges. Today, the company is extending this innovation in large programs with the U.S. Departments of Defense and Homeland Security, as well as several other important government customers.
“As Apogen Technologies, we are establishing the company’s commitment to innovation and creativity as we support customers in solving technology challenges of national significance,” said Todd Stottlemyer, Chief Executive Officer. “The executive team and the employees have shown an amazing dedication to this mission. With this level of commitment, we are poised for tremendous growth both in terms of opportunities for employees and revenue.”
Apogen, a combination of the words Apogee (the highest point of an orbit) and Genesis, means the height of creation. The new name underscores the company’s vision of “Aiming Higher” in providing customers with the right technology solutions to address complex, mission critical challenges.
The executive roles of the Apogen management team are as follows:
Phil Odeen, Chairman Todd Stottlemyer, Chief Executive Officer Bobby Savoie, Vice Chairman Paul Leslie, President and Chief Operating Officer Tom Weston, Chief Financial Officer Dan Oliver, Sector President, National Security Doug Chandler, Sector President, Federal Technology
Apogen is broken into two major business sectors, National Security and Federal Technology.
The National Security Sector includes two business units:
Defense Systems – primary customers include the U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, and the Defense Information Systems Agency. Homeland Security – includes the company’s significant work for U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and important programs such as the Free and Secure Trade (FAST) initiative and the US-VISIT program.
The Federal Technology Sector is split into three business units of roughly the same size as well as a fourth unit for the pursuit of large information technology outsourcing opportunities. These business units are:
Federal Civilian – includes current customers such as the Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the U.S. Department of Commerce. Energy and Technology Services – encompasses the company’s R&D work with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) at nationwide field offices and national laboratories as well as support for DOE’s headquarters activities. U.S. Census Bureau – includes information technology support for several Census Bureau directorates as well as tasks related to the 2010 census. Information Technology Outsourcing – includes current work with the City of New Orleans and new IT outsourcing opportunity pursuits.
“We believe this sector organization will help us deliver on our promise to our customers to understand their business and provide solutions that creatively and effectively meet their needs,” commented Paul Leslie, President and Chief Operating Officer.
Apogen also operates a Technology R&D group as a separate entity within the company, allowing the innovation of this group to serve the customers of both business sectors. This group includes classified and non-classified technology research and development.
Apogen has offices in McLean, VA; New Orleans, LA; Springfield, VA; Albuquerque, NM; Santa Fe, NM; Las Vegas, NV; San Diego, CA; and Tempe, AZ.
About Apogen Technologies
Apogen Technologies provides technology solutions to government entities to address complex, mission critical challenges of national significance. Current customers include: U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Energy, Internal Revenue Service, and the U.S. Navy. Apogen is ranked number 62 on Washington Technology’s Federal 100 list and is also listed in the top 10 Department of Homeland Security contractors. Apogen is backed by Washington, D.C.-based private equity firm Arlington Capital Partners.