NASA

ICF wins $29.6M NASA contract to support climate change research

ICF International has won a $29.6 million contract with NASA to provide technical, analytic and programmatic support to the U.S. Global Change Research Program.

The program is the coordinating body for global change activities across the federal government.

Under the contract, ICF will be supporting the program’s National Coordination Office in areas related to climate and other global environmental challenges.

The contract also provides IT support for the program as well as development and execution of the Global Change Information System.

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