Where We Have Been, 

Things Got Done.

Over the years, the Allegiant Team has gained extensive experience and wins for the State of Florida. Now we are here to work for you. 
We leverage extensive operational and executive leadership experience to help you navigate the government enterprise. 
Elevate your B2G game by partnering with experienced knowledgeable advocates.

Discover a few of our successes and see if they align with your future goals.

Information Technology

Interconnected Florida

Spearheaded legislation to dissolve the Agency for State Technology, absorb the agency into the Department of Management Services, and create the Florida Cybersecurity Task Force chaired by the Lieutenant Governor

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Led the team in the creation of Florida’s Cloud First Rule

Tech Day Opening Remarks Clark & Grant

Provided Executive Office of the Governor guidance on the creation of the Florida Digital Service

Enterprise Architecture Tiles

Began the operational process of revisioning Florida's IT enterprise architecture and the need for a data inventory and catalogue

Procurement & Operations

Police Radio

Primary liaison for State of Florida on the final phases of State Law Enforcement Response System contract negotiations

Interlocked Gears

Executive signatory on multiple state procurement contracts

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Pilot agency champion for integration with Florida Planning, Accounting, and Ledger Management (PALM) Project

Environment & Real-Estate

Horn Spring Run

Led the team on negotiations and closed the acquisition of the Horn Spring Property in NW Florida (11,027 acres, $16.1 Million). The property has 10 known springs and 12 historic sites connecting 4 other conservation and recreation lands and contains the Upper St. Marks River. Most of the property has become the Plank Road State Forest and the remaining has been added to the Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic State Park

Gilchrist Blue Spring State Park

Led the team on negotiations and closed the acquisition of Ruth B. Kirby Gilchrist Blue Spring State Park (402 acres, $5.25 million), Florida’s 175th State Park. The property has multiple springs including two 2nd magnitude springs and over a mile of frontage on the Santa Fe River

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Led the Florida Forever program and the Division of State Lands team in the acquisition of over 21,800 acres at $42 million in conservation lands and sale of over 2,500 acres at $64 million in state-owned lands in under a two-year period

David Clark speaking at Avon Park

Successfully led multiple State of Florida and Department of Defense conservation land acquisition initiatives to buffer military installations and protect not only the surrounding environment but the Military missions

UCF Building

Led the State team in acquisition efforts to acquire expansion space for Defense Technology Research at the University of Central Florida

MacDill AFB front gate

Led the State team in acquisition efforts to acquire developable commercial property adjacent to Naval Support Activity Panama City and MacDill Air Force Base and continue to protect the military missions

Disaster Recovery & Cleanup

Coronavirus magnified

Served in multiple executive roles in response to States of Emergency declared for hurricanes and the COVID 19 State and Global Pandemic response

DEO website Reemployment Assistance Program Website

During the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, served in leading the Department of Economic Opportunity with overcoming their technology challenges related to the Unemployment Insurance Program area and IT system including the first comprehensive and successful Robotic Process Automation (RPA) implementation within a state government production system

Interview at Florida Caverns State Park

Led the Florida State Parks team's Response and Recovery from Hurricane Michael which completely decimated multiple parks and state properties

David speaking with Park Manager

Served in multiple executive roles in response to over ten Hurricanes and Tropical Storms including Hurricane Irma (Category 4) and Hurricane Michael (Category 5)

David in the Florida Keys after Hurrican Irma

Helped Monroe County and the Florida Keys receive funding and executed over $50 million in contracts to clean the network of waterways from construction, salvage, and vegetative marine debris as a result of Hurricane Irma. Honored by the County for the clean-up efforts by being voted as an Honorary Conch of the Florida Keys

Deepwater Horizon Drilling Rig on Fire

Served on the DEP Executive Response Team as the Governor and Cabinet Liaison imbedded in the Emergency Operations Center in response to the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill and Clean-up Efforts

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