ICF International Awarded $35 Million Task Order with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

ICF to Provide Data Management and Analysis, Health Informatics and Research Support to HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs

FAIRFAX, Va.--()--ICF International (NASDAQ:ICFI), a leading provider of consulting services and technology solutions to government and commercial clients, was recently awarded a re-compete task order with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP). The order was issued under the General Services Administration Professional Services Schedule. It has a value of $34.6 million and a term of five years, including one six-month base and nine six-month option periods.

The contract continues and expands on the firm’s previous HIV data management work with DHAP. Under the new agreement, ICF will provide a broad range of analytic, programmatic, financial and communications support to help DHAP’s 10 branches and various offices collect, manage, validate, analyze and report HIV prevention data in the areas of disease surveillance, behavioral surveillance and program evaluation. In addition, ICF will perform scientific research and literature reviews in the fields of behavioral and social sciences, epidemiology and biomedical interventions, as well as provide general program, grants management and training and technical assistance support.

“For more than 20 years, ICF has partnered with CDC in its efforts to reduce the incidence of and mortality from HIV infection through evidence-based public health research, health informatics and leading-edge technology services,” said Christine Walrath, vice president for ICF International. “Over this time, we’ve significantly grown our capabilities in these disciplines as well as in our ability to provide the DHAP project areas and community, local, state and international partners with high-quality training, technical assistance and communications support.”

“We are extremely proud of the contributions ICF has made in helping the country reach important milestones in HIV/AIDS prevention,” said Mary Whitley, senior vice president for ICF International. “Though challenges remain, we remain deeply committed to continuing to help CDC measure the impact of this devastating disease and develop strategies and programs designed to further reduce the incidence of HIV infection.”

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Steve Anderson, +1-703-934-3847
steve.anderson@icfi.com

Release Summary

ICF was recently awarded a re-compete task order with the CDC, division of HIV/AIDS Prevention.

Contacts

ICF International
Steve Anderson, +1-703-934-3847
steve.anderson@icfi.com