Our digital and marketing success is grounded in our work with the United States government, from the Smokefree.gov campaign that doubled the likelihood of a person to stop smoking to the Curiosity to Mars program that is helping prepare the human race to land on Mars by 2032.
ICF teams have built digital applications to provide support for citizens overcoming addiction, battling chronic disease, planning for natural disasters, and preparing for how to get home in the event of a train strike.
We created training for government contracting officers on how to procure digital services. We also helped launch AIDS.gov, the government’s first-ever responsive website, to provide critical information about HIV/AIDS anywhere, anytime, and on any device.
Our sister organization, ICF Mostra, specializes in helping European institutions and other international organizations raise awareness and engage with stakeholders
ICF understands the unique challenges government organizations face, and our analysts work with you to develop performance measurement frameworks that you can use to make continual course corrections and decisions around outreach and sustained engagement.
ICF provides organizational solutions that help clients improve their people, processes, and programs to tackle complex workforce challenges—helping to propel meaningful change.
Kris Tremaine has 25 years of experience providing strategic communications, public relations, marketing and digital solutions to government, nonprofit, and private sector clients. She served in chief operating officer and executive vice president roles at Washington-based PR agencies prior to coming to ICF where she now leads an integrated team of more than 600 professionals focused on marketing and communications; digital transformation; IT modernization; and organizational research, learning and performance.
A distinguished experience designer and strategist, Mary Schwarz guides clients as they reimagine their digital future. Mary has collaborated on more than 100 campaigns to reach and actively engage diverse populations. She is adept at data analytics and performance management, and actively advances our collective understanding of how to harness data to improve performance.
Dr. Christina Curnow is the director of ICF's Workforce Research Center. Dr. Curnow has more than 15 years of experience conducting research and evaluations related to workforce issues, and she uses this expertise to provide organizations with actionable, innovative, and data-driven solutions to their workforce challenges. Specifically, she has experience related to training (live and virtual) research and evaluation, test development and validation competency model development and job analysis, and performance measurement and assessment of individual differences. In this capacity, she has worked with U.S. federal agencies, the U.S. military, state governments, and local governments.
Jeff has extensive federal HR and IT experience, including 13 years in the Senior Executive Service. He led HR for the Defense Logistics Agency, doing work cited by the Partnership for Public Service as a model for federal HR, and at the Department of Homeland Security. Jeff’s blog, ChiefHRO.com covers Federal HR and management matters.
Andrew LaVanway leads ICF’s marketing business in the public sector and regulated industries. Working in healthcare, government, and technology for nearly 20 years, he has led a broad array of multipart, multi-year campaigns in both public and commercial markets. Mr. LaVanway specializes in complex media/community relations, digital engagement, brand development, and data analytics in the marketing context.