Storm Petrel LLC

Storm Petrel LLC sells high-quality software that aids local and state governments through the financial recovery process after a natural disaster. The Tempest suite of software applications improve the workflow, cash-flow, and regulatory compliance of managing federal grant programs. Our software and related data management services provide the optimal mix of off-the-shelf products with highly customizable feature sets that assist our customers solve business needs. Storm Petrel prides itself on answering customer calls immediately and addressing technical issues promptly.

Storm Petrel is a Vermont limited liability company (LLC) headquartered in Halifax, Vermont. We are a disadvantaged business entity (DBE) certified by Vermont and New York. It is a Small Business Administration certified woman-owned small business (WOSB) and economically disadvantaged woman-owned small business (EDWOSB).

  • CAGE: 6TFJ4
  • NAICS: 518210, 517919 (data processing, hosting and related services

Contact Storm Petrel

support@storm-petrel.com // phone 781-728-9693

Headquarters

Storm Petrel LLC
PO Box 96
West Halifax, VT 05358

 

Maintenance Notification

Storm Petrel reserves the right to perform system maintenance at 0800h (8:00am) eastern time zone on Sunday mornings. Brief outages may be experienced during this time slot for system maintenance, upgrades, and routine activities. Storm Petrel will notify users by email of any outage that is of greater duration than 30 minutes, or will occur during a time slot other than 8a eastern Sunday.

Oracle & AWS

We employ Oracle database technology hosted with Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Storm Petrel LLC Logo & Story

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Nearly two decades ago, I thought I’d be a geek on a boat. I grew up sailing and loving the water. The logic part of my brain suggested a gig on a boat might just blend two passions.  So I spent part of one winter on a research vessel in the Gulf of Alaska and the North Pacific. I have never regretted that glorious mistake.

It was the Gulf of Alaska I met a little bird who danced and played on the crest of stormy waves. That little fellow, drawn to the left, is the Storm Petrel. Opening a business that specializes in disaster response and recovery, my old friend seems the perfect herald for the new adventure.

Storm Petrel LLC assisted communities and non-profits in Vermont after Hurricane Irene removed roads, and bridges from the map. Following that, members of our team deployed in 2014 to assist the City of New York manage the FEMA public assistance grant program. While describing the unique nature of our process, the phrases “systemic” and “data-driven”, I recognized leveraging 30 years of IT and software development skills I could serve the communities better by improving the available tools. That began the transformation from a systematic approach to a system. Storm Petrel began a two-year investment in the construction of tools to improve the management of disaster recovery grants and assist others with time keeping and invoicing when working in the landscape that FEMA created.

During the summer of 2014, Storm Petrel withdrew from consulting directly with communities. We now focus on software development and collaborating with all of the grant management and FEMA consultants. We build great tools.

Founding

Christina Moore formed Storm Petrel in 2006 providing both emergency management consulting and data management services in New England and New York. The company provides methods-based processes to clients while emphasizing and measuring results. Ms. Moore, who designed and deployed internet technology in Alaska and Iraq, has three decades of experience in emergency services, crisis management and software development.