As growing urban areas deal with issues such as poverty reduction and service delivery, government agencies are in various states of reforming, decentralizing, and devolving. We support the design, implementation, and evaluation of government systems that are equitable, transparent, and effective.
ICF has decades of experience with provincial and local governments worldwide and international development organizations, including the World Bank (WB), the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the UK Department for International Development
Whether supporting urban poverty reduction and administrative reform programs in India, aiding plans for government decentralization in Laos, or strengthening public finance in Nepal and the Philippines, ICF works in the regions and on the issues where our experience contributes to enduring value.
Our multidisciplinary teams include in-house experts in:
They collaborate seamlessly with specialists in policy, strategy, program design, implementation, and monitoring.
Participation, collaboration, and flexibility are keys to success in today's diverse environments—and they are core to ICF's approach. From our experience, we understand how political and governance dynamics vary across countries and cultures, and we know how to adapt best practice models to local contexts.
New infrastructure, funding, and institutional power don't automatically translate into successful projects and programs or lasting agreements and reforms.
ICF helps bridge the gap by assisting government agencies and development institutions with strategic planning, human resource development, organizational and community development, and change management. Our end goal: decision makers and service providers who are accountable, capable, and legitimate—who lay the groundwork for the sustainable delivery of public services.