Dovel Technologies to Develop Electronic Filing System for U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

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Company Awarded DIOMDS IDIQ Task Order

Dovel Technologies, a leader in software application development and emerging information technology solutions, announced today they have been awarded a five year task order from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Office of Information Technology (OIT).

Dovel will leverage the Oracle suite of products to design, develop and implement a new Electronic Filing for Administrative Proceedings (eFAP) system for the Office of the Secretary (OS) to permit internal and external parties to electronically file documents, the OS staff to electronically docket and serve orders and notices, and allow Administrative Law Judge to receive data from respondents, staff, and Self-Regulatory Organizations.

“We are thrilled to get started on our first task under the newly awarded DIOMDS IDIQ,” said Paul Leslie, Dovel CEO. “We look forward to building a system that meets the needs of a varied set of users and can be fielded both quickly and effectively.”

About Dovel Technologies
Dovel Technologies empowers customer missions through innovative technology solutions. Dovel-developed solutions process, communicate, and store mission critical information for clients including the Securities and Exchange Commission, Food and Drug Administration, Department of Defense, Department of Education, and the Federal Aviation Administration. Dovel 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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