ICF wins $8.2M contract to support CDC health efforts
- By Mark Hoover
- Nov 01, 2013
ICF International has won an $8.2 million contract with the Centers for Disease control and Prevention to support the National Center for Environmental Health and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.
Under the contract, ICF will support the CDC’s information services team with a range of activities to ensure that critical IT platforms are available to support the agency’s mission, ICF said in a release.
The company will also securely manage important health data for scientists so they can better understand causes of diseases, promote healthy behaviors, determine the threats of toxic substances and monitor the health of the nation, ICF said.
The company will provide asset operations and maintenance support, custom development, modernization, enhancement, consolidation, replacement and IT data management services.
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