The acquisition adds the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Veterans Affairs Department and the National Science Foundation, among others, as ICF customers.
The purchase brings Ironworks’ federal clients, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Veterans Affairs Department.
ICF International Inc. will expand its technical assistance and training for the Health and Human Services Department’s Head Start program as a result of a new contract from the HHS Administration for Children and Families worth $34.3 million.
ICF has hired a former DHS human resources executive to improve its clients' human capital and performance management programs.
ICF will continue to provide technical and other assistance to HHS under a 7-year contract that is valued at $70 million.
ICF International will continue to provide data management services to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Data Coordinating Center for the National HIV Behavioral Surveillance System.
ICF International will continue providing clearinghouse and other IT services to the Health and Human Services Department having successfully won a five-year recompete contract that is valued at $44.6 million.
ICF International Inc. is working with the U.S. Agency for International Development in support of the Low Emissions Asian Development program under a five-year contract valued at $21.5 million.
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ICF International Inc. has won a five-year recompete contract worth more than $15 million to help the Federal Emergency Management Agency implement its Radiological Emergency Preparedness program.
ICF International Inc. has named Mike Greenwell to the position of vice president responsible for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention account.