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Aptima, Inc.

Aptima is a software company headquartered in Woburn, MA, with branches in Washington DC, Orlando FL, and Dayton OH. Since its founding in 1995, Aptima has held hundreds of US Department of Defense contracts, through which the company has received $344.5 million to date. Recent notable Aptima defense contracts include:

In 2017, Aptima merged with the Waltham, MA based cyberdefense company Milcord, acquiring all Milcord's contracts. In 2021, the company launched the "Aptima Scientific Advisory Board," through which the company states it aims to obtain "guidance concerning its strategic R&D goals and to recommend partnerships." Among the five members of the Aptima Scientific Advisory Board are MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab Professor Julie Shah and UMass Amherst Professor David Jensen. 

Aptima CEO Daniel Serfaty lives in Cambridge MA and is the co-chair of the Israeli-American Council of Boston. Serfaty is also a member of the Massachusetts High Technology Council. In May 2021, Serfaty testified before the Cambridge City Council in opposition to Policy Order #109, a BDS-like resolution which sought for the City of Cambridge to terminate contracts with Hewlett Packard and other companies complicit with Israeli settler-colonialism (a policy order vehemently opposed by Zionist groups).

12 Gill St Suite 1400, Woburn, MA 01801

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