Dovel Technologies Awarded Department of Education Contract

Company to perform IT testing for Gainful Employment Management Solution

McLean, VA May 9, 2012 – Dovel Technologies, a leader in software application development and emerging information technology solutions, announced today the award of a contract with the Department of Education for testing services on the Gainful Employment Management Solution (GEMS). This project includes providing full lifecycle testing support including functional, user, integration, regression, and user acceptance testing (UAT).

GEMS is the IT support system for the Gainful Employment (GE) team responsible for the analysis, distribution, and data management of gainful employment data which applies to all Post-Secondary institutions that have GE programs that qualify for Title IV aid.

“We are pleased to continue to expand our work with the Department of Education through this contract,” commented Paul Leslie, CEO Dovel. “Using our expertise in Agile, we will be able to ensure GEMS remains a stable and reliable system for all that need to access it.”

This contract was awarded through the Enterprise Development Support Services (EDSS) IDIQ.

About Dovel Technologies

Dovel Technologies implements modern and emerging technologies to deliver architecture-driven solutions that actually work. Our team creates software solutions that are low-impact and help customers communicate, access, 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. 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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