ICF nabs $21.9M in task orders to support CDC

ICF International has won two task orders totaling $21.9 million to support the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Both task orders were awarded under the CDC Information Management Services contract.

Under the first order, worth $6.9 million, ICF will provide operations and maintenance and technical support for the Enhanced HIV/AIDS Reporting System, which is the surveillance system that CDC uses to report and monitor HIV/AIDS outbreaks in the United States, the company said in a release.

Under the second order, worth $15.1 million, ICF will provide data exchange and laboratory informatics services to support the Laboratory Response Network, a global network of public health-related laboratories established to identify and respond quickly to biological, chemical, radiological and natural public health emergencies, the company said.

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