ICF helps clients prepare for, protect against, and mitigate the consequences of adverse events. By identifying and managing risks of complex and interdependent systems, ICF ensures a swift and robust return to normal operations.
ICF works with clients to minimize the impacts of unexpected or unavoidable events. Whether creating plans for a whole-of-community response to disasters, managing risks for critical infrastructure owners and operators, or preparing clients for the social and economic effects of climate change, ICF has the diverse portfolio of expertise needed to develop and implement solutions that will ensure the resilience of intricate and interconnected systems.
Our expertise lies within the following areas:
With decades of experience in engaging a broad range of resilience stakeholders, ICF employs leading experts in homeland security, public health preparedness, energy assurance, law enforcement, strategic communications, and environmental assessment. Together with our clients and partners, our team works to identify the comprehensive list of risks our clients face and to provide tangible, cross-cutting, and cost-effective means of managing those risks.
Through our partnership with The George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute's Preparedness, Response, and Resilience Task Force, ICF provides our subject matter expertise to United States' top federal policy-makers on resilience-related topics, including emergency management, community preparedness, and infrastructure protection and resilience.