Ace Info Solutions to Support National Weather Service Initiative via NOAA Contract; Michael Cosgrave Quoted

Jeff Brody
Michael Cosgrave

Ace Info Solutions holds a position on a potential five-year National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration contract vehicle for professional and technical services to the National Weather Service.

The Dovel-owned company said Friday NOAA designed the contract as a means to procure meteorological, communications and hydrological support for the Weather-Ready Nation initiative.

Michael Cosgrave, chief operating officer of Ace Info, noted the company aims to help the agency develop technology platforms as a contractor on the unrestricted track of the ProTech-Weather domain contract.

Cosgrave mentioned scientific development, meteorological, information technology and cloud computing as the firm's areas of support for NOAA.

The ProTech-Weather domain is a part of a package of IDIQs worth up to $3B and seeks new technological approaches for NWS personnel to deliver forecasts, data and warnings.

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