Dovel Technologies Subsidiary Wins $135M Task Order to Support FEMA NFIP; Mike Cosgrave, Damon Griggs

Dovel Technologies Subsidiary Wins $135M Task Order to Support FEMA NFIP; Mike Cosgrave, Damon Griggs
Damon Griggs CEO Dovel

A Dovel Technologies subsidiary, Ace Info Solutions, has been awarded a potential five-year, $135 million Alliant 2 Task Order from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), the company reported on Tuesday. 

"AceInfo is excited to leverage our proven agile solutions development expertise to support this mission-critical program," said Mike Cosgrave, AceInfo COO. "We greatly value our strong relationship with FEMA and are committed to supporting the PIVOT transformation."

Under the task order, AceInfo will support the development, maintenance and modernization of NFIP’s PIVOT system. The PIVOT system will facilitate and consolidate NFIP's core business activities throughout flood insurance policies. 

This contract includes product development and enhancement and robust data analytics to support informed, real-time decision making, operations and maintenance, end user support, program management and security.

"Our team, through AceInfo, offers a combination of deep domain experience and advanced technologies to meet FEMA NFIP's modernization goals," said Damon Griggs, Dovel CEO. "We are excited to support this new contract and further FEMA's mission of helping people before, during and after disasters."

About Dovel Technologies 

Together, Dovel and AceInfo are a trusted government partner that blends deep domain expertise with advanced technologies to help our customers solve complex problems that improve, protect, and save lives. As a rapidly growing company, we combine entrepreneurial spirit, customer focus, and an outcomes-based approach to support agency missions in health IT, life sciences, public safety, and grants management.

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