Dovel Technologies Awarded Contract for Enterprise Lifecycle Management Support of FDA Emergency Operation Network

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Dovel will continue its successful collaboration with the FDA supporting and evolving the Emergency Operation Network

Dovel Technologies announced today they have been awarded the Enterprise System Life Cycle Management Support (ELM) for the Emergency Operation Network Incident Management System (EON IMS) at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Dovel has been supporting EON IMS for the past six years.

EON IMS is a critical system in providing timely alerts and tracking resulting actions related with food and drug recalls. Over 900 users access the system as part of their surveillance and preparedness responsibilities to keep the U.S. food supply safe.

Through this contract, Dovel will fully support the FDA in maintaining the existing EON IMS application and provide full life-cycle support for system enhancements and new development including updates to the system to augment functionality. Enhanced capability will be added to the system to support the following offices and centers within the FDA Center for Food Safety and Nutrition (CFSAN), Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM), Office for International Programs (OIP), and Coordinated Outbreak Response and Evaluation (CORE).

“We are incredibly proud of the work we have done to date on EON IMS and enjoy the partnership we have formed with the FDA in maintaining and updating this critical system,” said Paul Leslie, CEO of Dovel. “With this new award we look forward to strengthening the surveillance and preparedness capabilities of the system’s users through greater functionality and improved collaboration tools.”

The contract is valued at approximately $11M for one base year plus four one year options. Dovel’s partner on this work is Learning Systems International (LSI).

About Dovel Technologies
Dovel Technologies provides high-end software and application development to government clients. Dovèl is recognized as an industry leader in Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), using the approach to create low-impact approaches to process, communicate, and store mission critical information. Clients include Food and Drug Administration, Department of Defense, U.S Census Bureau, Department of Education, and the Federal Aviation Administration. Dovèl has been appraised at CMMI level 3 and its annual quality report receives accolades from industry leaders such as Capers Jones, who has listed Dovel in the category of ”Companies That Utilize Best Practices” along with IBM, Amazon, Google, and Apple. To learn more visit

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