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ICF nets $60M task order to support National Toxicology Program

ICF International has won a $60 million task order manage information and develop evaluations in areas of public health concern for the National Toxicology Program under the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

Under the task order, which was awarded under the GSA's OASIS contract vehicle, ICF will organize literature-based assessments, review published research to analyze the effects of human exposure to chemicals and manage and visualize scientific data. The company will also work to publish documents, reports and studies.

The task order has one base year, nine one-year options and a six-month option, the company said in a release.

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