FEMA win another sign Dovel's Ace Info deal is paying off

Through its subsidiary Ace Info Solutions, Dovel Technologies can claim a $135 million contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency that helps show the acquisition is giving rewards.

Dovel Technologies’ 2019 acquisition of Ace Info Solutions continues to pay off for the buyer. Case in point: the win of a five-year, $135 million contract to support the Federal Emergency Management Agency's flood insurance program's digital aspects.

PIVOT, formerly known as Phoenix, is a web-based system that consolidates processes for validating insurance policies, claims and data. It also is used for modeling, website hosting and insurance administration.

Dovel won the work through its Ace Info Solutions subsidiary. The company will provide services such as product development, data analytics, operations and maintenance, end-user support, program management and security.

Since Dovel acquired Ace Info in September 2019, the subsidiary has booked several large wins that include spots on large contract vehicles. Dovel is one five winners of the $1.6 billion Justice Department IT Support Services contract.

The company can also claim spots on a $500 million Agriculture Department IT services blanket purchase agreement and NOAA’s $3 billion ProTech services vehicle.

When Dovel acquired Ace Info, the company also brought along several large vehicles Dovel didn’t hold such as Alliant 2 Unrestricted, OASIS Unrestricted and CIO-SP3.

The FEMA flood insurance contract was awarded through Alliant 2.