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AEM’s tailored approach to complex challenges yields powerful results for state and local government agencies.

Our IT and data management services have touched every state. From coast to coast, and with clients of all sizes, we work to streamline processes, to enhance outcomes, and to operate with the latest best practices and standards. Our experts offer state and local agencies the same tested tools and proven capabilities that are trusted by agencies such as the U.S. Departments of Education, Defense, and Transportation.

AEM leverages a range of proficiencies to solve challenges of any scale, whether they require us to develop new technologies, monitor and ensure regulatory compliance, or conduct diverse and complex data analyses. Throughout, our work remains results-oriented and carries measurable impact. Among other examples, we have helped to enhance flood preparedness in Colorado, analyze technologies to limit pedestrian injuries in Oregon, and increase sharing of education content and best practices among state and local agencies across the country.

We believe in the ability of government to improve and empower lives, and our experts go to great lengths to advance that mission.


Mark Blevins

Civilian Government

Executive Vice President

Mark Blevins is responsible for the strategy, direction, and management of AEM’s business dedicated to Civilian Agencies, including the U.S. Departments of Education, Health and Human Services, and Labor.

  • Captured more than $1 billion in federal contracts over the past 20 years
  • Managed more than 40 Department of Education contracts
  • Grew Civilian Government business 54% per year since 2010
  • Federal Channel Leader Award, Department of Education (Washington Technology Magazine)
  • Federal 100 Award, Government Systems (Federal Computer Week)
  • Serves as Department of Education customer relationship executive
  • Featured speaker at congressional hearings and industry conferences
Meet Mark Blevins