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 Fastrack PowerBrad KensonManaging Partner Small Business Technical and Equity Assistance EV Infrastrucure ExpeditorFastrack Power offers turnkey charging infrastructure solutions.

We specialize in expediting EV infrastructure in Southern California (PG&E, LADWP, SCE, SDGE), including site assessments, utility coordination, design oversight, and construction management.
Website: www.fastrackpower.com

Email: brad@fastrackpower.com

Phone: 9492285687

Address: 731 Avocado Ave, Corona Del Mar, CA, 92625, United States
CA
 Texas A&M UniversityIrfan A. KhanAssistant Professor Academic Key Pilots and Demonstrations Increasing Commercial Capacity for Testing and Certification of High-Power Electric Vehicle ChargersI have experience of working in the field of power electronics and machine learning to develop and present sustainable, and cyber-robust solutions.

My research experience is very relevant to this topic. A brief description of my background and capabilities is given below:

(a) Design and control of power electronic converters for fast chargers for both on-road and off-road vehicles,
(b) Conducted studies to optimize the cost of alternate energy sources powered electric vehicle charging stations for both off-grid and grid-connected systems,
(c) Using machine learning tools to implement predictive maintenance of power converters for different applications (including renewables, motor drives) and
(d) Extensive studies for impact analysis, identifying grid congestion, and maximizing EV penetration in utility grids.

My published research and review articles on electric vehicle charging, machine learning-based predictive maintenance and cybersecurity concerns of energy systems, have been well received by the international research community.
Website: https://www.tamug.edu/cares/publications.html

Email: irfankhan@tamu.edu

Phone: 409-740-4549

Address: 200 Seawolf Pkwy, Powell Marine Engineering Complex (Bldg. 3027), Office 165, Texas A&M University, Galveston, TX, 77554, United States
TX
 District Fleet e-MobilityDan MacDonaldPresident Small Business Capacity Building & Stakeholder Engagement  District Fleet is an EVSE Systems Integrator. We bring together vehicles, hardware, software, installation, and ancillary services to meet the dynamic needs of our customers. District Fleet is a hardware agnostic EVSE distributor, representing multiple EV industry manufacturers and truly aligning requirements with best-in-class solutions. We have an expansive portfolio of safe, secure, and reliable Level 2 and DCFC solutions.

District Fleet is a GSA MAS Contractor, GSA EVSE BPA Contract Holder, SBA certified HUBZONE Small Business, Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), DDOT DBE, and MDOT DBE.
Website: https://districtfleet.com/

Email: dan@districtfleet.com

Phone: 2022573797

Address: 612 M Street NW, Washington, DC, 20001, United States
DC
 NYC School Bus Umbrella ServicesMatt BerlinCEO Large Business Key Pilots and Demonstrations Electric FleetNYCSBUS is a non-profit school bus company operating approximately 800 school buses across New York City from depots located in state-designated environmental justice communities. We currently operate only 4 electric vehicles, will take delivery of 25 more in summer 2023 and expect to rapidly electrify. One of NYCSBUS's goals as a non-profit provider is to support innovation in student transportation. Subject to financial, operational and safety constraints, NYCSBUS would be pleased to partner with applicants to help The Joint Office of Energy and Transportation evaluate and promote promising approaches to expanded vehicle electrification in the United States.

Website: www.nycsbus.com

Email: mberlin@nycsbus.com

Phone: 7183894241

Address: 297 Norman Avenue, New York, NY, 11222, United States
NY
 DIMAAG-AIMahbubul AlamCMO & Chief Business Development Officer Small Business Capacity Building & Stakeholder Engagement 1 and 2ADIMAAG is a Tier 1 supplier of electric vehicle systems for OEMs focused on designing and building battery modules and packs (including swappable modules), and ultra-fast DC Megawatt charging systems. We are a team of serial entrepreneurs and leaders from the technology industry including the Cofounder of Tesla, Ian Wright. We are head-quartered in Silicon Valley with offices in Japan and India. As an end to end, grid to point of use EV solutions provider, we enable our customers to leapfrog competition, fast -track their electrification product roadmap and achieve their compliance goals. We continue to successfully work with major OEMs while operating in stealth.
Website: https://dimaag-ev.com/

Email: mahbubul@dimaag-ai.com

Phone: 4084390286

Address: 47490 Seabridge Dr, Fremont, CA, 94538, United States
CA
 TurnOnGreenMarcus CharuvastraPresident Small Business Program Guidance, Standards, and Requirements EV Charging Hardware and SoftwareTurnOnGreen is dedicated to providing world-class technology-based solutions for mission-critical applications and lifesaving services, in which innovation is the main driver. TurnOnGreen serves sustainable energy industry, defense & aerospace, naval, medical & healthcare, and telecommunication. TurnOnGreen (TOG) and subsidiary, Digital Power Inc., an advanced power electronics company founded in 1969, leverages 50+ years of technology expertise to provide scalable power solutions to Fortune 500 companies across the globe. TOG is committed to building a robust Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure throughout the United States and Canada. Headquartered in San Jose, CA with satellite offices in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Orange County, TOG works across North America to provide custom power solutions and Electric Vehicle charging solutions to commercial retail, hospitality, fleet, and residential customers. TurnOnGreen (TOG) is the preferred EV charging partner of Best Western Hotels and Resorts North America, IHG Hotels and Resorts and the EV charging provider for AVIS Budget PA. TOG designs and manufactures level 2 residential EV charging stations and a series of 120kW-180kW DC fast chargers. TOG has a growing EV charging footprint throughout North America, providing EV charging solutions to EV drivers and property owners that are reliable, easy to activate, operate and maintain.
Website: www.turnongreen.com

Email: marcus@turnongreen.com

Phone: 3105931428

Address: 1421 McCarthy Blvd, Milpitas, CA, 95035, United States
CA
 Utah Clean CitiesTammie BostickExecutive Director Non-Profit Key Pilots and Demonstrations Alternative and Advanced Fuels, Electric Vehicle, Alternative Advanced Fuel Corridors, Education and Outreach, EJ40, Idle Reduction, National Parks, Inland Ports, Logistics, Public and Private Partnership, Municipalities, Department of Transportation FHWATammie Bostick has been a prominent figure in the realm of clean transportation and alternative fuels, making a significant impact as the Director of Utah Clean Cities. With her tireless dedication and expertise, she has become a distinguished leader in the field, earning her a well-deserved place in the Hall of Fame for DOE Clean Cities directors. Beyond her achievements within Utah, Tammie has been a respected voice on the national stage.

Utah Clean Cities (UCC) Coalition has accumulated 30 years of experience in the field of advanced fuels, providing valuable assistance to a wide range of fleets in terms of funding sources, technological support, and fleet consulting. UCC has established partnerships with over 100 local stakeholders, including public and private entities, demonstrating their commitment to collaborative efforts. Their expertise particularly shines in assisting municipalities and counties with fleet adoption.
UCC is known for their dedication to supporting clean fuel and transportation projects in small and rural communities, which often have unique needs that require customized solutions. They recognize the challenges faced by these communities in terms of their remote locations and resource requirements. By addressing their specific needs, UCC plays a crucial role in promoting sustainable practices and reducing environmental impact in these areas.
The coalition's involvement in various projects across the state, including state and regional transportation plans, emergency response planning, and essential station locations, showcases their comprehensive approach to clean fuel infrastructure development. UCC works closely with state and federal agencies to maximize funding opportunities, ensuring that the allocated resources have a multiplier effect, benefiting Utah as a whole.
Overall, UCC's extensive network, diverse project portfolio, and collaborative approach enable them to contribute significantly to the advancement of clean fuel and transportation initiatives in Utah.
Utah Clean Cities supports the development and expansion of clean fuel infrastructure, such as refueling stations for alternative fuels and charging stations for electric vehicles. They work with public and private partners to identify strategic locations for fueling infrastructure, secure funding, and provide technical assistance to ensure the successful implementation of clean fueling infrastructure projects.
Website: www.utahcleancities.org

Email: tammie.bostick@utahcleancities.org

Phone: 8015801922

Address: 1953 South 1100 East, P.O. Box 521325, Salt Lake City, UT, 84106, United States
UT
 Clean Fuels OhioJacob SchwemleinDirector, Drive Electric Ohio Non-Profit Capacity Building & Stakeholder Engagement  Established in 2002, Clean Fuels Ohio (CFO) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Clean Cities Coalition that serves the state of Ohio. The Clean Cities Coalitions foster the nation’s economic, environmental, and energy security by working locally to advance affordable, domestic transportation fuels, energy-efficient mobility systems, and other fuel-saving technologies and practices. We offer strategic fleet analysis and planning consulting, grant writing services, fleet training workshops, educational resources, and more.

CFO’s Drive Electric Ohio program is dedicated to advancing the adoption of electric vehicles in our state. We accomplish this – city by city – with the help of dedicated volunteers who organize ride-and-drive events and educate consumers about the advantages of electric cars. We also connect businesses, developers, and communities to the resources they need to install electric charging stations, providing affordable, accessible charging for tenants, customers, and employees.
Website: www.cleanfuelsohio.org

Email: Jacob@cleanfuelsohio.org

Phone: 5133709512

Address: Huntington Capital Plaza Building, 17 S. High St, Suite 810, Columbus, OH, 43215, United States
OH
 FLO EV ChargingBrittani GallagherNational EV Infrastructure Program Advisor Large Business Key Pilots and Demonstrations  FLO is a leading North American electric vehicle (EV) charging network operator and smart charging solutions provider. We fight climate change by accelerating EV adoption through a vertically integrated business model and delivering the most dependable charging experience to EV drivers from curbside to countryside.

Every month, we enable more than 1,000,000 charging events per month via the 90,000 DCFC and level 2 FLO EV charging stations deployed to date at public, private, and residential locations. FLO operates across North America and our high-quality charging stations are assembled with care in Michigan and Quebec.
Website: www.flo.com

Email: brittani.gallagher@flo.com

Phone: 818-731-5687

Address: 1270 Pacific Drive, Auburn Hills, MI, 48326, United States
MI
 AmpUpMatthew BloomDirector of Partnerships Small Business Key Pilots and Demonstrations Electric vehicle (EV) chargingAmpUp is an electric vehicle (EV) charging company and network provider that enables drivers, charging station site hosts, and fleets to charge stress-free. Our technology gives station owners the ability to efficiently manage multiple charge stations and locations in one platform. Features such as reservation smart scheduling, real-time station status data, and mobile app integration guarantee a convenient user experience. AmpUp is a hardware-agnostic and software-first company that is integrated with over 20 original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) across the globe, which produce both Level 2 and DC Fast Charging (DCFC) stations. We would be happy to partner on any project focusing on EV charging infrastructure deployment nationwide.
Website: www.ampup.io

Email: gnu@ampup.io

Phone: 833-692-6787

Address: 20725 Valley Green Drive, Cupertino, CA, 95014, United States
CA
 The University of Texas at El PasoShian WangAssistant Professor Academic Technical and Equity Assistance 1, 2A, 3BControl systems, optimization, operations research, electric vehicles, intelligent transportation systems.
A 2023 IONIQ 5 SE electric vehicle is available in my research group for field testing and validation.
For more information on the work of my group please visit https://www.shianwang.xyz/research
Website: https://www.shianwang.xyz

Email: swang14@utep.edu

Phone: (915) 747-7011

Address: 500 W University Ave, El Paso, TX, 79968, United States
TX
 University of FloridaYan WangAssistant Professor Academic Program and Equity Evaluation and Analysis Planning for resilient and equitable EV charging infrastructureI am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning and the founding faculty member of the Florida Institute for Built Environment Resilience (FIBER) at the University of Florida. My research concern urban resilience to hazards and disruptive technologies. I develop data-driven techniques to quantify and model the interactions between human and their built environment under environmental shocks. I also have extensive experiences with local community engagement through my current smart-cities projects. My expertise includes urban planning (especially infrastructure planning), measuring resilience, quantifying/modeling human behavior dynamics such as charging behaviors, geo-spatial analytics (e.g. GIS), spatiotemporal modeling, applied artificial intelligence among others.

We (my lab) have developed a data-driven anticipatory framework to plan for EV charging station allocation based on charging-while-parking behavioral patterns near urban amenities. The study focuses on two user groups, i.e., multi-family and single-family residents. Recently, we have been developing evidence-based planning framework to assess the resilience gaps of EV charging infrastructure during Hurricane Ian and working on a novel resilience planning framework for EV charging infrastructure in Florida across worst-case scenarios.

I am interested to collaborate on different teams focusing on Topic 1: Enhancing EV Charging Resiliency. Thank you and look forward to talking with you!
Website: https://dcp.ufl.edu/faculties/yan-wang/

Email: yanw@ufl.edu

Phone: 3522943376

Address: P.O. Box 115706, Gainesville, FL, 32611, United States
FL
 Creative PMO, LLCTracey ThompsonCEO Small Business Technical and Equity Assistance  Creative PMO, LLC has extensive program management and consulting experience in the areas of community engagement, workforce development, and designing diversity, equity, and inclusion programs. Our CEO, Tracey Thompson has over 15 years experience leading complex projects and is PMP certified. The COO, Antoine Thompson is a former NY State Senator, and a leader in environmental justice, clean energy, and Diversity.
Website: www.creativepmosolutions.com

Email: tracey@creativepmosolutions.com

Phone: 3015419456

Address: 9106 VILLAGE SPRINGS DR, UPPER MARLBORO, MD, 20772, United States
MD
 Livingston Energy GroupMichael OstranderGovernment Affairs Manager Small Business Technical and Equity Assistance EV InfrastructureLivingston Energy Group is a full turn-key EV infrastructure company. We manufacturer our own Level 2's and partner with several firms for DCFC. We are interested in partnering with eligible entities for the newest round of funding made available by the Department of Energy. We offer an in-house funding team and customer service team available 24/7. In addition, our software team, located at our headquarters allows Livingston to monitor any issues with our infrastructure with the ability to assess and repair as needed.
Website: https://www.solution.energy/

Email: mostrander@solution.energy

Phone: 5182426542

Address: 2345 Maxon Road Extension, Schenectady, NY, 12308, United States
NY
 NYCSBUS (NYC School Bus Umbrella Services)Matt BerlinCEO Large Business Key Pilots and Demonstrations Electric FleetNYCSBUS is a non-profit school bus company operating approximately 800 school buses across New York City from depots located primarily, and for historic reasons we all hate, in state-designated environmental justice communities. We currently operate only 4 electric vehicles, will take delivery of 25 more in summer 2023 and expect to rapidly electrify. One of NYCSBUS's goals as a non-profit provider is to support innovation in student transportation. Subject to financial, operational and safety constraints, NYCSBUS would be pleased to partner with applicants to help The Joint Office of Energy and Transportation evaluate and promote promising approaches to expanded vehicle electrification in the United States.
Website: www.nycsbus.com

Email: mberlin@nycsbus.com

Phone: 7183894241

Address: 297 Norman Avenue, New York, NY, 11222, United States
NY
 ForthCat PleinDevelopment & Communications Director Non-Profit Program Guidance, Standards, and Requirements Electrification Equity, EV Policy (National, Local, State), Charging (Smart charging, Infrastructure), Micromobility, Utility Engagement (V2G), Workplace Charging, Consumer Engagement, TNC Electrification (ride hailing), Agricultural ElectrificationForth is a nonprofit organization with over 170 member organizations and companies representing the diverse stakeholders of the electric mobility ecosystem. Since 2011, Forth’s mission has been to electrify transportation by bringing people together to create solutions that reduce pollution and barriers to access. Forth works in partnership to build lasting program and policy models that significantly expand equitable access to electric transportation. Forth currently manages several large DOE-funded programs, including a multi-year, $4 million grant to make charging at work easier and more widespread and a $5 million program to provide charging and shared electric cars at affordable housing sites across America. Forth brings together communities, car companies, industry partners, utilities, and entrepreneurs to support business growth, create living-wage jobs and strengthen our economy. We bring partners together to demonstrate new technologies in real-world projects that expand mobility options. We advocate for smart laws and policies that strengthen emerging mobility solutions and ensure cutting-edge technologies benefit us all. We organize events and test drives to showcase the latest technologies and bring efficiency and money-saving benefits of electric and smart mobility to the public. Forth organizes the Roadmap Conference; widely regarded as the most advanced electric mobility conference in the United States.
Website: forthmobility.org

Email: cplein@forthmobility.org

Phone: 2138199100

Address: 2035 NW Front Ave Ste 101, Portland, OR, 97209-2178, United States
OR
 Wallbox ChargersAdam MohabbatDirector of Policy Large Business Key Pilots and Demonstrations  Wallbox is a global EV charging manufacturer, dedicated to changing the way the world uses energy. Wallbox creates advanced electric vehicle charging and energy management systems - including AC level 2, DC bidirectional, and DC fast chargers - that redefine users' relationship to the grid. Wallbox goes beyond electric vehicle charging to give users the power to control their consumption, save money, and live more sustainably. Wallbox offers a complete portfolio of charging and energy management solutions for residential, semi-public and public use in more than 115 countries around the world. Founded in 2015, with North American offices in Mountain View, CA, the company now employs approximately 1,200 people in its offices in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. For additional information, please visit www.wallbox.com.
Website: www.wallbox.com

Email: adam.mohabbat@wallbox.com

Phone: 7605058292

Address: 723 N. Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View, CA, 94043, United States
CA
 Blockchain Hive LLCColumbus PressleyCEO Small Business Key Pilots and Demonstrations  Blockchain Hive leads a team of certified micro/VOB/SDVOB/WOBE/SBE/DBE & MBEs based in the Washington, DC metropolitan area with core capabilities focused on emerging technologies with an emphasis on Energy Conservation Pilot Programs, EV charging station infrastructure planning, energy/battery storage, microgrid development, A.I.-enhanced XG/IoT EV fleet telematics/optimization, RPA/BPA, Blockchain/Distributed Ledger, AI/ML/DL, VR/AR/MR, Workforce & Industrial Automation, & Legacy-to-Cloud Migration as well as STEM programs. We develop Federal Agency, municipality & private sector Pilot Programs anchored by proofs-of-concept creating next-level solutions to our national defense and energy dependence issues while saving the environment and creating jobs supporting the mission of the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation created through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and directly responding to President Biden’s Presidential Executive Orders 4028, 14008, 14057 & 13985 towards net-zero emissions to abstain from dependency on China, Russia & other non-domestic resources.
Website: www.blockchainhive.co

Email: ethosexperientialgroup@gmail.com

Phone: 2027170013

Address: 201 N UNION ST STE 110, Alexandria, VA, 22314, United States
VA
 ReVolt Battery Technology CorporationJan NaiduCTO Small Business Key Pilots and Demonstrations  ReVolt is a small business located in the University of Houston providing innovative computational modeling capabilities to deploy electric vehicle transit fleets and CAV applications in contested environments. We create high-fidelity digital twins, simulations, and mixed fleet environments for electric vehicles, infrastructure sizing projects, and higher education.

We are interested in supporting efforts to improve the capacity and efficiency of human and freight transportation through energy efficient mobility technologies, such as electric vehicles. Our expertise is in EV simulation and massive EV fleet scaling development. By the adoption of simulation and creation of accurate digital twins, we can improve the analysis and deployment of new EV technologies and expedite their adoption.

Capabilities include: data-driven analytics of electrified transportation fleets, electric vehicle charging management, decarbonization metrics and infrastructure decision-making tools, environmental sustainability.
Website: http://www.revoltbatterytechnology.com

Email: info@revoltbatterytechnology.com

Phone: 903 883 7955

Address: 5000 Gulf freeway, UHTB 4, Houston, TX, 77023, United States
TX
 ReVolt Battery Technology CorporationJan NaiduCTO Small Business Technical and Equity Assistance Workforce DevelopmentReVolt is a small business located in the University of Houston providing innovative computational modeling capabilities to deploy electric vehicle transit fleets, charging infrastructure and CAV applications in public transit environments.

Our software modeling capabilities produce rapid estimates of vehicle efficiency, performance, greenhouse emissions, optimal driving routes, charger capacity and battery life in advanced electric powertrain technologies, enabling completion of analyses using a modest set of publicly available vehicle parameters.
Website: http://www.revoltbatterytechnology.com

Email: info@revoltbatterytechnology.com

Phone: 903 883 7955

Address: 5000 Gulf freeway, UHTB 4, Houston, TX, 77023, United States
TX
 Center for Sustainable EnergyZachary HenkinDirector EV Research Non-Profit Technical and Equity Assistance  Center for Sustainable Energy® (CSE) is a national nonprofit that accelerates the adoption of clean transportation and distributed energy through effective and equitable program design and administration. Governments, utilities and the private sector trust CSE for its data-driven and software-enabled approach, deep domain expertise and customer-focused team.
Website: energycenter.org

Email: zachary.henkin@energycenter.org

Phone: 858-429-0954 x 607

Address: 3980 Sherman St Ste 170, San Diego, CA, 92110, United States
CA
 University of HoustonXingpeng LiAssistant Professor Academic Technical and Equity Assistance Topics 1 & 2 & 3"Power system operations, control and optimization. Learning-assisted grid decision-making. Grid integration of renewable energy and energy storage. Solutions to addressing low inertia in grid operation and control. Cost-benefit, reliability and resilience analysis for power systems and interdependent infrastructures. Power system frequency regulation, contingency analysis, grid ancillary service, optimization, machine learning, inertia estimation, inertia-constrained grid operations. Cost-benefit analysis, operation and planning of hydrogen-embedded power systems. Impact of EV Fast Charing Stations on the distribution power systems. For more of our work and publications, please check: https://rpglab.github.io/papers/

Power system modeling, simulation and algorithms. Software prototype development and demo. Power system dataset creation. Experience and licenses of commercial power system software including PSSE, DSATools, PowerWorld, and PSCAD. Experience with various commercial and open source optimization software."
Website: https://rpglab.github.io/

Email: xli83@central.uh.edu

Phone: 7137439881

Address: 4226 Martin Luther King Boulevard Room N317, Houston, TX, 77204, United States
TX
 Drive Powerline, Inc.Matineh EybpooshCo-founder & CEO Small Business Key Pilots and Demonstrations TP1: Enhancing EV Charging Resiliency, TP2A: Community-Driven Models for Electric Vehicle Charging Deployment, TP3A: Increasing Commercial Capacity for Testing and Certification of HighPower Electric Vehicle Chargers; TP3B: Validating Public EV Charging InDrive Powerline provides AI and optimization software for EV/DER, Managed Charging, V2G, Battery optimization, and Wholesale Markets. Powerline's platform proactively dynamically optimizes based on real-time grid and EV conditions. Powerline has access to a network of EVs via its mobile application. Powerline is open to partnering with utilities, EV OEMs, EVSE OEMs, EV Service Providers, DERMS vendors, government, academia, and other partners that have a need to leverage EV/DERs to improve economics of grid resiliency, reliability, and integrate dynamic price signals.
Website: www.drivepowerline.com

Email: meybpoosh@drivepowerline.com

Phone: 8662940018

Address: 6081 Meridian Ave, Suite 70-301, San Jose, CA, 95120, United States
CA
 Loans and Grants HelpDarrin RiberdyMember Small Business Program Guidance, Standards, and Requirements  We assist firms with grant concept papers and full application:

1. Project management of grant and loan from start to finish
2. Create application template with client logo and branding
3. Create secure Dropbox site for document management
4. Create application plan with writing assignments and schedule
5. Agency documentation of solicitation and Q&A
6. Facilitate kick-off meeting and all status calls
7. Assistance to complete the concept paper
8. Assistance to complete full application
9. Assistance to complete application forms
10. Assistance to upload to agency portal
11. Assistance with obtaining UEI and SAM.gov
12. Packaging services
13. Assistance with application compliance
14. Assistance with application evaluation
Website: https://www.loansgrantshelp.com/

Email: loansgrants@outlook.com

Phone: 9563603960

Address: Schuerbach Road, Mission, TX, 78574, United States
TX
 Loans and Grants HelpDarrin RiberdyMember Small Business Program Guidance, Standards, and Requirements  We assist firms with grant concept papers and full applications:

Project management of grant and loan from start to finish
Create application template with client logo and branding
Create secure Dropbox site for document management
Create application plan with writing assignments and schedule
Agency documentation of solicitation and Q&A
Facilitate kick-off meeting and all status calls
Assistance to complete the concept paper
Assistance to complete full application
Assistance to complete application forms
Assistance to upload to agency portal
Assistance with obtaining UEI and SAM.gov
Packaging services
Assistance with application compliance
Assistance with application evaluation
Website: https://www.loansgrantshelp.com/

Email: darrinriberdy@hotmail.com

Phone: 9563603960

Address: Schuerbach Road, Mission, TX, 78574, United States
TX
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