AceInfo Solutions, Inc.

Web Developer

Regular Full-Time
Public Trust Or ability to obtain a Public Trust


Ace Info Solutions, Inc. (AceInfo) is a leading Federal contractor with a focused vision: empower our clients, challenge our employees, and grow our business. Founded in December 2000, we are deeply committed to ensuring quality and customer satisfaction. We have a mature corporate infrastructure, strong management, and quality practices. AceInfo is a trusted IT partner to the Federal Government, and we help various agencies transform and strengthen their processes, operations, infrastructures, and security practices to help them further their critical missions.


For over 15 years, we have successfully managed large and significant Federal programs. We have proven experience prioritizing client satisfaction, project quality, and providing innovative, cost-effective solutions to Federal clients.


AceInfo is prime on 95% of our contracts, is headquartered in Reston VA, and has geographically dispersed office locations throughout the country, to include: Kearneysville, WV; Chesapeake, VA; Fort Collins, CO; Boulder, CO; Quantico, VA; Kansas City, MO; Bowie, MD; multiple Washington, DC Metropolitan locations, and project presence in 23 states in all time zones. We offer excellent benefits and salary packages including free medical/dental/life insurance premiums for staff members. We offer relocation assistance for internal employees and external candidates, within 50 miles (minimum) of work location. We do not offer assistance for relocation and housing for internship positions.



AceInfo is currently seeking a Web Developer to support our federal project, in Washington, DC


Project Overview:


This contract provides the technical software development support (38 systems total) to the grant lifecycle (pre-award, award generation, post award) for the COPS Office. The project consists of a team of 28 staff members divided into 2 major teams (AMG and NexGen).  


Position Description:

The COPS Office, an agency of the Department of Justice, is seeking a web developer to provide O&M support as well as new development to support the existing COPS external website.  In addition, the developer would assist with the strategic goal to migrate the HTML-based Web site to Drupal 7/8.

The web developer could ask to assist with projects such as photography for COPS offsite events and supporting the contract programmers with mockups and prototype designs.


  • Design and maintain web pages as needed and serves under Web SME as a point of contact for divisions, teams and individuals
  • Designs digitized images, banners, bullets, charts, image maps and other graphics to enhance appearance of site
  • Assist users in creating and manipulating secure web documents
  • Assure web pages meet government requirements, recommendations, security guidelines and best practices as appropriate (e.g, Section 508 accessibility and Department of Justice web guidelines)
  • Familiarity with Dreamweaver platform
  • Utilizing tools to create and maintain pages. Mostly GUI based
  • Will need to take ideas from meetings with customers and create the interfaces/structure on the COPS site
  • Maintain COPS Beat (podcast) and Dispatch (newsletter) monthly
  • Ability to create wireframes and mockups for other development projects
  • Performs other duties as assigned


  • HTML 5
  • GUI Web Design Tools
  • Experience with Mobile Development
  • Responsive Design Development
  • Experience using JQuery


  • Bachelor’s degree and five years of web design experience preferred
  • BONUS: Portfolio that includes at least 2 - 5 websites
  • Must be able to pass a DOJ Background Investigation and obtain a Public Trust clearance
  • US Citizenship is required
  • Web related IT certifications are preferred.


AceInfo is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.


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