ICF wins $14.6M contract to support EPA

Company hangs onto incumbent contract

ICF International has won a $14.6 million contract with the Environmental Protection Agency for Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 and identity, credential and access management support.

This contract was a recompete win, ICF said in a release.

Under the contract, ICF International will provide identity management; personal identity verification smart card lifecycle management; personal identity verification systems management; privacy and security; and other services.

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