IMC wins pair of human services contracts

IMC Inc. has won two contracts from the Administration of Children and Families worth a total of $26.9 million.

Under a $20 million contract, Reston, Va.-based IMC will provide ACF with professional and administrative services.

Under a separate $6.9 million contract, the company will handle facility services. Both contracts have a one-year base period and four one-year options.

Kevric, an IMC unit which has worked with the agency since 1993, will perform the work.

ACF is the part of the Health and Human Services Department responsible for the economic and social well-being of youth, families and communities. It focuses for special attention children in low-income families, refugees, Native Americans and people with developmental disabilities.

IMC provides systems and software development for the government and commercial sectors and for higher education institutions and scientific organizations.

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