PROJECT 38: How a pandemic creates short-term shifts and long-term questions

The COVID-19 pandemic is raising several wide-ranging questions and implications for both government agencies and the industry that supports them, which we examine in this first of a two-part interview with ICF CEO John Wasson.

Public health has also been brought to the forefront in ways rarely, if ever seen before, and is an area ICF is heavily involved in thanks to its work with many agencies on the front lines of the pandemic response. Think Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and National Institutes of Health.

In this part one, Wasson shares his views to Senior Staff Writer Ross Wilkers on what this crisis means for the country’s public health ecosystem going forward and how an event such as this could lead to a very different way of responding to future pandemics. They started by talking about ICF and other professional services firms like it maintain their connections with federal customers in a world where so many have shifted to remote work.

Click here to listen to Part Two.

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