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Dovel Technologies to Update Federal Grants Mgmt System Under $377M Contract

Dovel Technologies has won a potential five-year, $377 million contract to update and manage a grants management services platform that multiple federal agencies use.

The company said Tuesday it will provide technology and programming support for the GrantSolutions Center of Excellence, which handles over $80 billion in grant awards for programs across the departments of Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, Transportation, Treasury and State, as well as the Environmental Protection AgencySocial Security Administration and the Denali Commission.

Dov Levy, co-founder and chief technologist of Dovel, the company seeks to apply user-centered design, business intelligence, cloud, artificial intelligence and blockchain technologies to the project.

GrantSolutions, an Office of Management and Budget-designated software as a service provider, works to help federal users access resources and expertise via the GrantSolutions.gov site and deliver products and services.

Dovel has supported the system over the past decade.

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