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Federal Emergency Management Agency Seeks Modernization Support for Risk MAP IT Program

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Federal Emergency Management Agency Seeks Modernization Support for Risk MAP IT Program

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is looking for vendors with experience handling Amazon Web Services in a federal environment to manage legacy applications and conduct portfolio modernization work for the Risk Mapping, Assessment and Planning Information Technology program.

FEMA aims to award a potential five-year, $130 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for Risk MAP IT services, according to the notice posted on SAM .gov

Performance is slated to begin on June 9, 2025.

Through Risk MAP IT, the agency seeks to enhance its Enterprise AWS Cloud environment through continuous improvements to the underlying systems and code for applications and sub-applications in a single system boundary.

Responses are due on Feb. 26.

Interested parties are required to indicate their level of familiarity with multihazard and flood prediction algorithms, flood models to provide risk information to different stakeholders and open-source and proprietary Geographic Information System and Geospatial Data Visualization cloud-native applications within the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program ecosystem.

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Tags: Amazon Web Services digital modernization Federal Emergency Management Agency flood prediction portfolio modernization Risk MAP IT