ICF wins $40M in task orders to support HHS child care systems

ICF International has won two task orders totaling $40 million to support the Administration for Children and Families, Office for Child Care.

Both task orders were awarded under the Health and Human Services Department’s Program Support Center IDIQ.

Under the first order, ICF will operate OCC’s State Capacity Building Center, which will expand upon the firm’s support for the Child Care State Systems Specialist Network over the past four years, the company said in a release.

Under the second, ICF will design and then build OCC’s new child care hotline and website, which will provide improved access to transparent information to help families find and evaluate their child care options.

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