Open-source software reliability is greatly improved when projects adopt best-practice software engineering techniques such as unit testing and continuous integration workflows. For OpenKIM to be widely adopted and integrated into researchers' workflows, it must be easy for users to install the KIM API and KIM models for use with their simulation package. In modern software systems this is achieved by using binary package managers. The OpenKIM project has developed a preliminary packaging capability (see https://openkim.org/kim-api/kim-api-installation-from-binary/) along with a sophisticated utility (the KIM API Collection Management Utility) to download and maintain KIM models. The objective of this coding sprint is to work with experts in scientific software engineering, continuous integration tools, and binary packaging and distribution tools to setup and deploy these systems for the OpenKIM software stack. Existing KIM-compliant simulators will be updated to take advantage of the new features and packages, as applicable.