Optional Use Statewide Exercise Contract
In some cases, a locality or state agency must develop a vendor to assist with an exercise. To save time and money, VDEM conducted an RFP process to identify vendors.
The result is this list of pre-procured exercise contractors available to local and state governmental entities. The evaluation committee that selected these contractors included representation from local government, state agencies, higher education and planning districts. Multiple contractors were awarded in order to allow the locality or state governmental entity the ability to select the solution most appropriate to their needs. Keep in mind this is an optional use, statewide contract. A locality or governmental entity is still able to go through a procurement process to hire a contractor based on their individual scope of work.
To use this contract, a local or state entity must develop a scope of work using the Task Order – Discussion or Task Order – Operational format. The task order form can be amended to fit the local/state entity’s needs. Once a Task Order is completed and signed, the governmental entity must send a copy to VDEM’s Exercise Branch. The task order can be scanned and emailed to Elizabeth Ehler
The governmental entity can select one vendor or multiple to discuss their scope of work. The pricing structures provided on this site per the vendor’s proposal are a starting point for the discussion of price.
The vendors selected – in alphabetical order – are listed below. For each vendor, we have provided their point of contact, a link to their website, and a PDF of their company profile and pricing structure.
Alliance Solutions Group, Inc. | Company Profile – pdf
11818 Rock Landing Drive
Newport News, VA 23606
CRA, Inc. | Company profile – pdf
8614 Westwood Center Drive
Vienna, VA 22182
Dewberry Consultants LLC | Company profile – pdf
8401 Arlington Boulevard
Fairfax, VA 22031
Hagerty Consulting, Inc. | Company profile – pdf
1129 20th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
The Olson Group, LTD | Company profile – pdf
300 North Washington Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Kyle B. Olson
URS Federal Services, Inc.| Company profile – pdf
2450 Crystal Drive
Arlington, VA 22202
Witt O’Brien | Company profie .pdf
1501 M Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
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Virginia Disaster Relief Fund
How is the money distributed?
Fund proceeds will be distributed to local long-term recovery groups, members of the Virginia Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster and other non-profit and faith-based organizations as a grant.
Many of these groups work directly with individuals and families following a disaster.
How else can I donate?
The Virginia Disaster Relief Fund benefits projects that include: repair or rebuilding of underinsured dwellings, transportation assistance, replacing essential household items, helping renters establish new rental residence, temporary living expenses while recovering from loss, and more.
How can I donate?
If you want to help, send checks made payable to the Treasurer of Virginia with “Virginia Disaster Relief Fund” noted in the memo line to:
P.O. Box 1971
Richmond, VA 23218-1971