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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.
ICF International Inc. will provide technical expertise to the Health and Human Services Department under a recompeted five-year contract worth $16.3 million.
ICF International Inc. will provide technology assistance to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's efforts to reduce and prevent HIV transmission under a four-year, $25.9 million task order.
ICF International Inc. will provide IT assistance to the Energy Department's Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability under a five-year task order that could be worth more than $40 million.
Retired Air Force Col. Deborah Burgess, a physician, has joined ICF International Inc. as senior vice president to oversee the company’s health care technology programs.
ICF International Inc. has recruited Lynda Davis, a former deputy undersecretary of defense to lead the company's service member, veteran and family initiative.
ICF International has secured a five-year National Institutes of Health task order for IT management and research support that could be worth as much as $27.5 million.
SRA International Inc., Booz Allen Hamilton, Project Performance Corp., ICF International Inc. and Alon Inc. have been awarded prime positions on the EPA’s $100 million Information Technology Solutions-Business Information Strategic Support II contract.
ICF International Inc. will continue to support the global energy program of the U.S. Agency for International Development under a five-year grant contract that has a maximum value of $10 million.