Reston contractor wins $135M DHS task order
AceInfo to work on FEMA system
Reston-based AceInfo Solutions LLC announced Tuesday it had been awarded a potential five-year, $135 million task order from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).
Under the task order, AceInfo (a subsidiary of McLean-based Dovel Technologies) will provide services to support the development, maintenance and modernization of NFIP’s web-based PIVOT system, which houses NFIP’s core business processes, including insurance policy validation, claims and data.
“AceInfo is excited to leverage our proven agile solutions development expertise to support this mission-critical program,” AceInfo COO Mike Cosgrave said in a statement. “We greatly value our strong relationship with FEMA and are committed to supporting the PIVOT transformation.”
This task order also includes other services such as product development and enhancement as well as data analytics.
“Our team, through AceInfo, offers a combination of deep domain experience and advanced technologies to meet FEMA NFIP’s modernization goals,” Dovel CEO Damon Griggs said in a statement. “We are excited to support this new contract and further FEMA’s mission of helping people before, during and after disasters.”
Founded in 2000, AceInfo provides application, cloud, cybersecurity and IT infrastructure services.
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