Created in September 2011, Apex offers solutions to complex business problems facing our clients. The Apex Leadership Team has over 70 years’ experience working every facet of capabilities development with valued expertise in concept development, experimentation, capability documentation, program management, and testing. Apex employs a strategy based on three interconnected themes: Partner, Collaborate, and Innovate. Apex establishes partnerships with industry-leading, successful organizations and academia to resolve complex Defense issues. We collaborate across government, businesses and academia to maximize our clients return on investment without losing focus on improving Warfighter capabilities. Finally, we innovate within operationally sound boundaries and learn continuously. We complement our Clients’ innovation by ensuring their solutions retain proper operational context through design, development and implementation.  Our ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management accreditation demonstrates our ongoing commitment to our values, our employees, our partners and our clients. 

Apex continues to grow using our Partner-Collaborate-Innovate strategy. In the last decade, we have expanded our partnerships and our support across multiple lines of effort.  These partnerships with Kevin Terrell Consulting (KTC), Beshenich, Muir and Associates, S3, Inc. and Aptima Corporation support the expansion of our professional services portfolio.   Our expanded lines of effort include:

  • Concept development and experimentation to address the Army’s critical learning demands by examining and evaluating emerging concepts and technologies, conducting experimentation, studies, and supporting prototyping efforts
  • Providing Intelligence warfighting function support to Army scenario development efforts
  • Performing DOTmL-PF studies and analysis
  • Providing Information, Personnel, and Physical Security Support Services, and Information Technology Services
  • Performing Artificial Intelligence studies
  • Examining Unified Action Partner interoperability issues
  • Performing capability assessments for Army Echelon Above Brigade (EAB) capabilities for Multi-Domain Operations
  • Supporting future concepts, required capabilities and studies for the Aviation Center of Excellence
  • Supporting multiple Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) projects