The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Office of Operations has awarded ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI), a global consulting and digital services provider, several new task orders for technical, program and outreach services to support the agency’s efforts to advance system management practices around the country.
The task orders, which were awarded in the second and third quarters, have a combined value of nearly $6 million and terms varying from 12 to 24 months. They were issued under a five-year, multiple-award transportation solutions indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract awarded to ICF in 2016.
“ICF will assist FHWA in accelerating the deployment of emerging transportation strategies that have a real, meaningful impact on the way people travel and how goods are moved around the country,” said Jeff Ang-Olson, vice president for ICF. “Through better use of technology, data, agency collaboration and institutional processes, we will help our client promote a proactive and integrated approach that helps infrastructure owner-operators like state and local agencies respond to recurring and non-recurring congestion in their systems.”
The task orders cover a broad spectrum of activities ranging from developing integrated data systems, building institutional capacity around transportation operations, providing technical support and outreach to state and local agencies, and enabling enhanced approaches to improve travel reliability, sustainable mobility and freight movement.
ICF has a longstanding history of helping FHWA and other clients solve the complex transportation challenges that citizens face in their everyday lives. With the rapid developments in transportation technology, changing trends and travel preferences and today’s tight budgetary environments, ICF brings the expertise needed to help clients promote sustainable travel and goods movement, improve safety, reduce emissions, optimize existing systems and empower users to make informed choices based on real-time information.